Dove le cose cadono e non ritornano più a se stesse
Solo Show | Galleria Milano | 2021
HYPAE | Dove le cose cadono e non ritornano più a se stesse
After the long-term projects developed in China, Argentina and Russia, the artist embarked on a new research path between Iran, Armenia and Ethiopia in 2017. Travel experiences, studies and investigations in these countries crystallize in a metaphysical poem divided into 21 chapters called LuDD! - Topography of Light, published in 2019. The book constitutes the architecture of Hyphae, a compositional work designed for the spaces of Galleria Milano and developed as a guide for orienting oneself in the imaginaries of the writing.
The exhibition, curated by Katia Anguelova is conceived as an articulated installation that orchestrating collages, photographs, drawings, sculptures and archival material. The show is accompanied by a Public Program gathered as an integral part of the work. The program includes a panel of conferences by Giuliano Boccali, Professor of Indology, Sanskrit and Tibetology, Maurizio Barracano, art conservator of carpets and scholar of symbology and religions; a musical performance by Fakhraddin Gafarov and Lorenzo Pierobon; a workshop and a series of guided tours.
On the occasion of the exhibition, the second edition of LuDD! - Topography of Light, will be launched in a limited edition of 350 numbered and signed copies accompanied by images, published by Kunstverein Publishing, Milan & Boîte Editions, Lissone.
Hyphae _Installation View_Ph. Roberto Marossi
HYPAE - Dove le cose cadono e non ritornano più a se stesse
QW | Solo Show | Galleria Milano | 2021
"Dual death Ellero and visual ecosystem", Project B, Argentina, is developed after a series of investigations between Argentina and Bolivia. This project was inspired by the first fingerprint classification techniques; through an articulated physiognomic investigation conducted by a detective in search of an imaginary face. It reflects historically and symbolically on the differences between observation and contemplation, questioning the concepts of identity, identification, indivisibility and multiplicity.