Giorgio Vigna

«[…] My work and my research are on the boundary, the edge, between reality and imagination. Over the course of my explorations, this boundary has opened out to create a suspended space-time where time is subjective and space is imaginary. It is in this suspension that there emerge and become clear new “natural” states of otherwise imperceptible material and form: there weave together

large or very small, light and heavy, solid and liquid, cold and hot micro- and macrocosms that exchange places and generate objects that, in meeting up with them, also ask for a suspension of prejudices based on the experience of what is already known. […]»
(L.M. Barbero, Stati Naturali, Electa, Milano, 2013)
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Acque

Acque Astrali

Cosmografie

Installations

Acque


  • Acque, 2018

    hand polished copper and Murano glass bowls
    3 elements
    Ø 19 x h 7,5 cm - Ø 30 x h 13 cm - Ø 12 x h 5,5 cm


  • Acqua, 2018

    copper and Murano glass
    Ø 15,5 x h 12 cm


  • Acqua, 2018

    copper and Murano glass
    Ø 25 x h 9,8 cm


  • Acqua, 2015

    copper and Murano glass
    Ø 14,5 x h 10 cm

Acque Astrali


  • Acque Astrali, 2018

    Murano glass
    19 elements
    variable dimensions

Cosmografie


  • Cosmografia #16, 2018

    acquatipo - ink on paper
    74,6 x 48,6 cm


  • Cosmografia #17, 2018

    acquatipo - ink on paper
    74,6 x 48,6 cm


  • Cosmografia #3, 2018

    acquatipo
    ink on paper
    70 x 100 cm


  • Cosmografia #7, 2018

    acquatipo - ink on paper
    59 x 52 cm


  • Cosmografia #15, 2018

    acquatipo - ink on paper
    46 x 54,6 cm

Installations


  • Acque Solide, 2019

    installation view
    Studio la Città at GAD-Giudecca Art District, Venice


  • Acque Astrali, 2018

    installation view
    Studio la Città, Verona


  • Acque Astrali, 2018

    installation view
    Studio la Città, Verona


  • Acque Astrali, 2018

    installation view
    Studio la Città, Verona

    News

  • Now on sale the brochure of Acque Solide exhibition with artworks by Herbert Hamak and Giorgio Vigna and an essay by Marco Meneguzzo (in Italian and English).
    To purchase please click here.


  • On 6 September Studio la Città returns to Venice to start off a new exhibition project curated by Marco Meneguzzo. On the island of the Giudecca there will be two solo shows, by the artists Herbert Hamak and Giorgio Vigna, titled Acque Solide: an antithesis that represents the common denominator of the works on show.
    September 6 – November 10, 2019 | GAD – Giudecca Art District, Venice