Andreco – “Double Landscape”

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The artistic and scientific attitude of Andreco, led him also this time to work on environmental issues inspired by the study of the consequences that climate changes pour on our planet.

Reaching a graphic synthesis of the combination man-nature, natural environment-built environment, his work assume a symbolic sense in which the meaning remains open to the free interpretation and critical thought of the public. Double Landscape gets inspiration from Villa Ada’s geomorphology, from the gradients and the inclinations of this place: five panels of 2.5m high and 8m lenght, settling a 40m total extension installation are composing a black design fragmented by white lines, that leaning out and reflecting on the lake, produces the illusion to be duplicated, giving life to a minimalistic and abstract shape that allows the viewer to imagine an unreal landscape, made by open villages where can be built realizable utopias.


Ends: 14 August 2017

Where


Laghetto di Villa Ada
Via di Ponte Salario, 28
Roma

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it

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