SEIJAKU

memory
seijaku-rika
© Marco Bettoni
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The work offers movement and repose... And it is there, suspended in a moment of time, that the work is absorbed in the expectation of creating a place where a human being may dwell poetically. The forms immersed in a play of light and shade express the idea of quietness. It sets itself up as the horizon, as a screen that alludes to a potential space. It is an apparition which gives to things without a name the property of form and to the image a language with which it may recount its own shadows....read more

Stella Santacatterina, London art critic and writer

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