Dal 04/02/2012 al 07/03/2012.
Curated by Dores Sacquegna
“To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wild flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour. ” (William Blake in “Auguries of Innocence”)
To paraphrase the English poet and artist William Blake, with his “Auguries of innocence“, the exhibition Nature Naturans, returns to the individual, isolated and fragmented by history, a sense of belonging and fellowship in terms of truth and fiction.
In this event, which includes taking a course of works by stimulating an organic nature, we see creation with its evolution, the life force and rhythm. Novalis wrote, “Who owns the rhythm possesses the universe.” So take shape evocative and poetic patterns, shapes with symbolic codes, light embroidering space, elements of nature seen from fifteen Italian and foreign artists.
In zoomorphic sculptures by Giorgio Carluccio, the matter that composes them (stone, clay, iron, fabric) enters into a relationship with the space emphasizing the play of light. The landscape is the search for italian artist Loredana Campa, all the forms of a place, its perspective, the view or the direction in which we look and our way of seeing things. Increasingly today, nature seems to raise the tone, confused flood seasons improbable, rare or unhealthy water. Thus was born the idea of democratic art project, “Ecstasy of Contemporary Eden” by Fabrizio Santona. An interactive installation of “gift”, in which boxes, thousands of flowering bulbs to make the idea of planting, growth and the relationship between man and Nature.
In black and white photographs by James Clancy, nature seems to have woken from a great sleep, violent and primitive in its natural performances. The relationship between man and Nature even in the photographs of the Canadian Tom Ma. The colors of nature and its forms are inspired by the extraordinary pattern of Dario Manco, Judith Duquemin, Barbara Neulinger, Kararina Norling, Wendy Roach. While the report truth / fiction and metamorphoses the works of Irene Clouthier, Mary-Ann Kokoska,Anne Desfour, Anne Stagg, Çiğdem Menteşoğlu.