This sculpture always investigates the concept of movement, but in this case, movement is transformed into energy, electricity, noise and then sound.
The work consists of an electronic device connected to a tesla coil that emits small electrical discharges. These electrical discharges are frequency modulated and generate a sound patterned like music. The strange thing is that there is no microphone, speaker or amplifier to create the sound. Sound is created by the same energetic tension, electricity at very high voltages.
Nearby there is a neon that turns on and off in relation to the magnetic field that is created near the Tesla coil. In this case, electricity creates a sound that spreads through the air like electricity through a poetic vision of reality.
A reflection on the feminine image. An "other" look. Realistic, complex images, rich in evocations, stratifications and deep content. Human, ethical, cultural contents: evoked by the faces and gestures of these Bhutan women, ancient and contemporary together. It is the feminine who also becomes an archetype of the body of pain as well as the communion between people. A non-invasive or judgmental look, a look that has slipped smoothly into the video camera, respectfully, along the deafening Himalayan streets along those mud and rock covered paths. A human situation, and of the feminine, so universal that it is curiously close to India, Africa and Latin America. And that is why he asks us: deep in the soul and emotions.
The Bonotto Foundation was established in order to promote the Luigi Bonotto Collection and aims to develop a new way of relating art, business and contemporary culture internationally. These are the three main pillars around which the life, activity and success of Luigi Bonotto, creator and sponsor of the Foundation, developed.
For Lizzani, Neorealism is somehow the spiritual testament and the fulfillment of the autobiography: but it is also the critical review of all the studies and thoughts produced by this affable and rigorous Master of Italian culture. It is not surprising that this Bozzacchi project has excited Lizzani. Because from the formal structure Neorealism emerges as a cinematographic work and an audiovisual writing more directed to the coming century than to the past: a multimedia work to be interpreted, to be moved and to take advantage of technologically at various levels: and that only by the ancient tradition , and with some of that mental laziness that Lizzani has worked so hard to combat, we can still call it a "film" or a "documentary."
An electronic heart opens the projection, letting red drops fall; a rainbow closes it, with its intense colors of hope and peace. They are two recurring icons in the artist's work that are transformed into numerical signs in a digital age. This work on Tolerance and its mirror, Intolerance, has been restated by the Italian artist thinking about the laborious but necessary Peace Process currently underway in Colombia. The photographs that appear there are not meant to be beautifully aesthetic, but rather a quick and repetitive, almost obsessive review of the documents. Images of irreproachably painful human faces that we see in the media every day, too many times a day. They are victims of wars and violence, whose suffering we too easily internalize instead of shouting: enough!
Coffee is a chest of photodynamic power. Friend and ally of our visual knowledge, which invents images and feeds memory by displaying its valuable archives. Directed and selective energy, it acts on codes and languages to integrate them into simultaneous visions. Its conjugation qualities induce different territories of art to "reconcile" (as Leonardo expected) in a single creative process. Signs and dreams freed from fences frozen in daily time and regenerated in the silence of musical time.
Tribute by the Italian artist (painter, multimedia sculptor and graphic designer) to the most significant symbolic works of the masters of contemporary art. A completely digital video installation of intense plasticity and a rigorous reinterpretation of the European avant-garde from the beginning of the 20th century to the present. The images of Duchamp, Ingres, Pellizza da Volpedo, Man Ray, Fontana, Bacon, of the Colombian Botero, find themselves surprisingly, with the language of digital electronics, in another poetic and iconographic dimension.