Mary Rose

Step into the fateful day in 1545 when Mary Rose sank under the horrified gaze of Henry VIII. The decks are set out as they would have been in the 16th century and one end of the museum houses a display about the day-to-day lives of the ship’s crew.

Museum of Methodism & Wesley’s Chapel

Wesley’s Chapel, City Road in London was built in 1778 by the founder of Methodism, John Wesley. Onsite are the 18th century house in which Wesley lived in the last twelve years of his life as well as his grave, to the rear of the Chapel, where he was buried in 1791. The Museum of Methodism is located in the Chapel’s crypt; this charts the Methodist movement from its beginnings to the present day.

Museum of Witchcraft

The Museum of Witchcraft is home to the largest collection of authentic witchcraft paraphernalia and artefacts in the world. This lively and eccentric collection illuminates a mysterious and fascinating element of England’s rich folk history.

National Fruit Collection

The National Fruit Collection is one of the largest fruit collections in the world and includes over 3,500 named Apple, Pear, Plum, Cherry, Bush fruit, Vine and Cob Nut cultivars. Located at Brogdale Farm, near Faversham (Kent), it is part of an international programme to protect plant genetic resources for the future.

Natural History Museum

Barbara Nicholson (1906-1978) illustrated a number of botanical books in addition to a series of educational posters that were commissioned by the Natural History Museum. These compositions showed the diverse range of British ecological communities which were not only very popular and informative and most importantly, scientifically accurate.


The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) was founded in 1834 is a professional body for architects in the UK and abroad. The RIBA Library collection includes over four million books, journals, photographs, drawings and archives.

Royal Air Force Museum

The Royal Air Force Museum tells the story of the Royal Air Force through its people and collections, with sites at Hendon in North London and Cosford in the Midlands. The Museum’s collections include over 200 military aircraft, from very early aircraft designs through to the latest modern day jets.

The Knife

The Knife

On the 11th of July 2023, Mr and Mrs Boetti discover on the side of a walking trail between les Carroz d’Arraches and Samoens in the French Alps, a neatly folded pile of women clothing. They have not met anybody for more than two hours and intrigued by the idea that someone culd have left the trail, naked—and to go where?—the couple empty the pockets and only find a wallet. The full content of this wallet is represented on this scarf.

After having called the police and slightly shaken by the discovery, they return to Turin where they live. The first night, both of them have the same dream. They are in a bar somewhere in the midwest, in the States.. In their dream, a young woman seat at their table despite the place being rather empty. For Mrs Boetti she is blonde, for Mr Boetti, she is dark haired and reminds him of Pocahontas from the Disney movie. After what seems to be a slightly uncomfortable silence the young woman ask them if they would like to see something. They suddenly feel at ease and nod positively to her request to realise the content of her wallet is already spread across the table.

This is the story our friend Charlotte told us in what has become a detailed description of what was on the table that night. We have found or recreated each element to translate visually what had remained a story which haunted us for a while.


*This Scarf, co-published by Mapoésie and Dent-De-Leone is sometimes performed with the story of the objects represented.

UK Embassy/Magna Carta

The longstanding relationship between the United Kingdom and Mexico is a vitally important partnership. We support a range of British interests in Mexico, working together through a number of bilateral programmes, including political, commercial and economic activities of interest to both countries.