A few more seconds and
it will crystallize

 
 
 

It’s a special and secluded place for the solitary visitor, where only silence and whispers exist.The books aligned upon their shelves, from the large illustrated ones to the small light cover formats. Each one is handled with delicate care. They are attractive, wrapped in a transparent protection.

When the time comes for choosing which ones to take back with you, you only wish to read and comprehend them all. Within some time, these books, they begin living inside of us, even if we haven’t finished their reading. Here the mind does all the work, giving life to these words. Sometimes, attention slips away. After a few pages we’re not reading anymore, too distracted by the infinitely small reflection of the book’s diaphanous protection.

 

(1)
Constellation, 2010

 

(2)
Picnolepsia I, 2013

 
 (3)   Picnolepsia II,  2013

(3)
Picnolepsia II, 2013

 

(4)
Sospensione, 2013

 

(5)
Rain Drawing, 2013

 
 

(1)
Constellation, 2010
Photography. 20 x 30 cm.
Shoot at seaside under-exposed and decontextualized, in order to suggest a larger space. Terrestrial space becomes a spatial expanse.

(2)
Picnolepsia I, 2013
Installations, painted wood (33 x 55 x 5 cm), paper, ink and plastic foil.
(3)
Picnolepsia II, 2013
Installations, painted wood (33 x 55 x 5 cm), paper, plastic foil and spot.
Documenting the apprehension of a book and its lecture. Opening the space where the attention releases and the eye drifts in order to encounter the Book as a support, as a new perceptual container.

(4)
Sospensione, 2013
Installation, silk, résin and white light. Variables dimensions.
Three suspensions, slik canevas partly starched. A holidays souvenir: handkerchief in fabric, slightly removed from the center of their lightening support. Observed at differents moments, in differents spaces like reminescent objects of a venitian experience, they are presented in the gallery as a sequence that captures in one location several spaces and temporalities as a chronophotographic suite.

(5)
Rain Drawing, 2013
Installation, silk satin (110 x 140 cm), wood, metalic rope. Variable dimensions.
Coloring with felt pens for kids on a fluid surface. Waiting for weather changes and letting the rain finish the drawing. Colors fade out until they almost disappear.