2018 Natura ad Artem, curated by Manuela Zanelli, Parco delle Bertone, Mantua (IT)
White lacquered wood, black mirror with aluminum frame and support in wood
White object: 138 x 48 x 85h cm - Mirror: 100 x 180 cm
Total height from the ground: 107 cm - Height of the mirror: 22 cm
A light and almost graphic sculpture of emptiness and the constructivist ancestry, alludes to the principle of a geometry of nature and to an underlying cosmic regulatory order, as another face of primordial chaos that together brings us back to the idea of alchemical transformation. The dark surface of the mirror refers to the element of water, symbol of a profound and indistinct contralto to the rational of the form that is mirrored, but above all topos of the element of life and therefore again of a generating principle.