Angelo Casciello, Segno Polivalente, 2016, Peccioli, Centro Polivalente
Large signs painted on the walls are the main lines of a project, which is the synthesis of a new way of understanding the relationship between the individual and society: elements that recall nature and that become abstract, symbolic. Casciello bends the geometry of space to a new order of planes, where the sign acquires a plastic value, which is made concrete by shadows that follow the projections of light coming from several points. Through the drawn form, the artist puts at stake the “living figure” and its shadow, to create a dimension of place, where the encounter becomes an experience of knowledge. On this huge blackboard the artist drew roots and branches as if they were a sort of skeleton where dancing, dynamic figures began to come to life.
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