Vittorio Corsini, Sed necesse est, 2002, Peccioli, Hotel Portavaldera

A perspective gash splits the wall in front of us. The room gets longer and the volume gets doubled. Sed necesse est, this is the title of the work, represents another space: desks, chairs and an empty classroom are outlined, but have no consistency. The lines are only dotted on the wall as there is a reference to the technique of dusting. The work is a reference to the first phase of learning in the life of people, the school: intellectual knowledge is metaphorically represented by the place where it is transmitted. Cultural assimilation is the necessary basis that informs our existence and our doing

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