from September 23 to November 14
Wednesday to Saturday from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Sunday 20 September from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
In the two large-scale installations, part of the project Arborescence in 2 suites, the use of the modular element as a minimal and generative sign of an entire system becomes the starting point to create large, modular, three-dimensional structures. The module, a basic and repeatable element, is the original nucleus from which “paranormal” organisms, potentially unlimited, proliferate: as the topography of a radical apparatus, it is a widespread system formed by a high number of identical and repeated nodes with no specialized organs. This leads to a great formal freedom with respect to the environment, while providing suggestions and thoughts in reference to different fields of knowledge. The works are morphologies growing like plants do. The elements are designed in order to connect to each other and adapt to the environment; they replicate and create vast and complex cosmologies in a permanent expansion/contraction of events. Similar to a root cutting, the module is a fragment that, if appropriately plugged, generates a new specimen, a work which is strictly connected to the surrounding space.