scogli di zinco

Scogli di Zinco, 2015. Inkjet print on baryta paper, aluminum and d-bond, 43 x 64 cm

 

10 Parsec, 2015. Lambda print on Duratrans, strip light, variable dimensions, 150 x 100 cm

 

Cielo zincato

Cielo zincato, 2015. Fabric reflective piece, frame, 16,5 x 12 cm

 

Uscirono notturni

Uscirono notturni, 2014. Inkjet print on aluminum and d-bond, iron, wood, variable dimensions, photo print 57 x 85 cm. Featuring Rebecca Moccia

 

tempo neutro

Tempo neutro, 2014. Dark-box, 43 x 64 cm

 

Foresta umbra

Foresta umbra, 2014. Inkjet print on cotton paper and black frame cassette, 42 x 62 cm

 

Aria buia #2

Aria buia #2, 2014. Inkjet print on cotton paper, dibond and black frame cassette, 53 x 78 cm

 

Senza titolo

Untitled, 2015. Inkjet print on cotton paper, dibond and black frame cassette, 40 x 60 cm

 

Cielo vetrato

Cielo vetrato, 2015. Sand paper, frame, 16,5 x 12 cm

 

Aria Buia#1

Aria buia #1, 2014. Inkjet print on cotton paper and white frame, 47 x 59 cm

 

taciturna pianta

Taciturna pianta, 2014. Inkjet print on cotton paper, 200 x 112 cm

 

taciturna pianta1

Taciturna pianta, 2014. Inkjet print on cotton paper, 200 x 112 cm (part.)

 

Lastre lunari

Lastra lunare, 2014. Inkjet print on cotton paper, dibond and white frame, 17,5 x 26 cm

 

(text)
The night, meant as container of suggestions, reveals through the moonlight or the night itself, a dark and apparently lifeless world, pulling out a deeper quality from the framed image: a synthetic form of the look. The black holes present on this work series need a long time and a slow fruition to get the eyes used to gradual details revealing. Doing so, within the phisical boundaries of the picture, literary and cinematographic citations overlap with each other. In the formal completeness of the image, their inner meaning is suspended, throwing any narrative purpose out of the vision, returning to the viewer the freedom to choose whether interpreting or enjoying them in their shining meaningless. In these “no-places” scenes it emerges the intention to go beyond the visible, and yet staying tied the reality through tangible references.
 

 

 

© 2015