Emerging Nature

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Emerging Nature – Through the works on exhibit Nature will be either emerging or implied, mediated or transformed, pure or contaminated by the visual languages: digital painting, either viewed as an act of salvation and re-elaboration of a recent history in the cycle The Next Era by Mariella Bettineschi, or in its potential collusions between processing, synthesis, temporal and spatial osmosis in Quayola’s Jardin d’Eté; or research on compositional materials, with their processing and manual elaboration, in the patient works abounding in new visions by Stefano Arienti and Laura Renna, the former working on the meaning of the memorial icon of landscape, manipulating it even with poor materials, or simple gestures steeped in poetry; the latter, layering, weaving, kneading the matter of things in a refined and suggestive way. And the investigation between micro- and macro-cosmos by Claudia Losi and Arthur Duff, as an analysis of our history in a conscious and sometimes tormenting awareness of the infinity of Nature – and its might – in relation of our being its ephemeral offspring.

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No Plot, 2018
Neon, lava rock, 40mm polyester cord, electrical cord and transformer, variable dimensions
Photo Enrico Fiorese

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No Plot, 2018
Photo Enrico Fiorese

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Detail_No Plot, 2018
Photo Enrico Fiorese

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