"You mustn't be sad because the art pieces are ment to perish, due to wars or natural disasters, because that ain't enough to stop the the human creativity.”
(from “Caducity”, S. Freud)
“For The Love of God" is the collection born inside of a school project based on the study of an ethnicity as opposed to a theme of breaking. The research began as the analysis of an ancient population, the Ainù, settled in the japanese archipelago between the XII e the XI millenium BC. Clothes of sculptures & geometrical volumes made by important tissues, highly decorated, regular & simmetrical patterned, which led to a search along the works of the english artist Damien Hirst.
The essential & symbolical graphics, the concept of death estranged from it's meaning of pain, the dissection of the elements, the obsessive specularity, frequently used themes by Hirst, personally revisted for the project, become modular patterns to be applied on the fabrics, become a mask that lifts off the identity before the fear of death, become monumental shapes for clothes, alike architectural works, strong, impressive, which do not seem to bow to the passing of time.
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sabato 13 febbraio 2010
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