Continuous City #9, #10, #11, 12
#11 - 2018 Farnesina Collection, The Ministry of Foreign Affair and International Co-operation, Rome
Enamel and acrylic on fluorocarbon line, wood frame, varnished aluminum background, plexiglas
#9 - 50 x 100 x 8 cm
#10, #11, #12 - 60 x 140 x 10 cm
Continuous City is a sophisticated three-dimensional drawing made with thin and transparent fluorocarbon threads, painted and fixed on various overlapping frames.It present hypothetical urban and architectural spaces, such as limbo, metaphysical spaces, abstractions, liminary spaces.
It takes inspiration from the "ideal cities", from the representations of the Italian squares in the the Renaissance (Piero della Francesca), from the "invisible cities" by Italo Calvino, from the philosophical called "Nonluoghi" by Marc Augé.