Adriana Musitano has published four books of poetry: La voz quemadura (1983, National University of Córdoba), Cuando las urracas oran (Último Reino, 1989, Buenos Aires), Las Nupcias desveladas (Argos, 2006, Córdoba), Máximo Mínimo (Alción, 2011, Córdoba) and a number of her poems have also been published in national and international reviews.
Her research into the oral tradition in poetry took her in 1995 to the doors of Cuerpo Sonoro, a space for artistic investigation focusing on voice and drama, at the time run by Kozana Lucca and involving singers and actors. Directed by Nora Zaga, with Cuerpo Sonoro they put on a performance of Las Nupcias desveladas. Poemas en voces y canto which is here presented as part of the audiobook.
Over the last ten years, Adriana has brought together poetry and photography, probing the delicate and complex relationship between images and words. Her exploration has taken her down different paths, such as the videopoem Vapor y derribos (2020), which reveals a constant ecological concern about the purposeless drift of an increasingly vulnerable social and natural world. During the pandemic, she wrote a digital book of images and poems linked to this ecological view of the world —aguas, no tan simplemente aguas…—which is soon expected to be published.