Luciano Benetton's ‘imago Mundi’The concept is an innovative but simple one.
imago Mundi will be on view at the Fondazione Querini Stampalia in Venice from August 28th—October 27th.
The first stage of his imago Mundi collection has taken Benetton and his team five years to curate.
The workers also clean the cells and prepare them to receive another egg, after the imago is disclosed and has left it.
From egg to imago the transformations proceed with regularity, and they are marvelous.
A singular organ distinguishes the imago of this species, the use of which appears not to be discovered.
In the perfect or imago state the May-fly lives but a short time.
Cuticle of pupa or puparium splitting longitudinally down the back, to allow escape of imago.
Now it is with this perfect, or imago condition of the world-eject, that we have to do.
They are very active in their movements, and generally appear in the imago state about the end of summer or beginning of autumn.
imago i·ma·go (ĭ-mā'gō, ĭ-mä'-)
n. pl. i·ma·goes or i·ma·gi·nes (-gə-nēz')
An insect in its sexually mature adult stage after metamorphosis.
An often idealized image of a person, usually a parent, formed in childhood and persisting unconsciously into adulthood.
Plural imagoes or imagines (ĭ-mā'gə-nēz')
An insect in its sexually mature adult stage after metamorphosis. Compare larva, nymph, pupa.