Adagio [əˈdɑː.dʒi.əʊ] (from Italian ’slowly’)
Tempo marking for a piece of music that should be played slowly.*
Adagio is a story about love, loneliness, longing and the search for closeness and relation. It’s also about memory, how we remember others and ourselves and how the passing of time can change memories. Adagio was my MFA degree project at Konstfack.
*Artist’s own translation with the help of the Cambridge Dictionary