The work’s title alludes to two meanings, one ethereal and one material and concrete.The light that hits these objects surely does... Read More
The work’s title alludes to two meanings, one ethereal and one material and concrete.
The light that hits these objects surely does not have a single source. As can be seen from the shadows, they indicate a light coming from the left, but almost frontally: it could be natural light filtering through a window.
Then another light source enters the picture and, almost by magic, inserts itself between the artifacts, capturing their profile until it disappears. It does not produce shadow, it does not alter tangible reality, but misleads the viewer's gaze who wonders if there is a representation error. A real and an unreal light meet on a floor of domestic objects, such as water and wine on the altar table.