Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 1.5cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
"Paradise Lost" / from the "Wefts" cycle
Paradise Lost was born by combining backgrounds of color by juxtaposition. They are broken down and reassembled by a black and white unifying grid / screen that determines their strong contrast and re-establishes the relationships between the parts.
The image / non-image is almost as dazzling as the vision of a Lost Paradise, a very intense and faint memory of an old grainy film.
During years of working with architectural drawing programs I have always been fascinated by screens; without borders, however, they delimit a relevance and define areas with characteristics. When they overlap, they give rise to an entity other than the "reactants", unexpected force fields and relationships are created that have always made me think of the mysterious birth of the facts of living.
Based in: Udine
Italian, Graduation in Architecture and Art in Venice (IUAV).
Scholarship in Valencia (Spain) UPV.
Studies of "Chalcographic Techniques" at Stamperia d’Arte Albicocco, Udine , Italy
My paintings are about the potential of emptyness and at the same time about the wonder of our presence in this world, here and now, solid and bold as passing clouds.
Every picture could be the last one. It would be the end from which something else will inevitably originate.
Painting as a visual haiku, a remedy to the overwhelming flow of images we are sucked in, as if by a black hole. I wonder what will be left of this unfathomable quantity of bits of humankind memory.
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