P.T. SUNLIGHT PERFORMANCE 01NUBES TURBINISloc. 45°34'00.2"N 10°14'10.9"Edate: 20-6-2020, time: 16:56In the age of Artificial Intelligence, I feel the need to... Read More
P.T. SUNLIGHT PERFORMANCE 01
loc. 45°34'00.2"N 10°14'10.9"E
date: 20-6-2020, time: 16:56
In the age of Artificial Intelligence, I feel the need to reaffirm the intuitive and theatrical origins of human creative processes. In my latest production I apply Jacques Lecoq's neutral mask method to activate the performative potential of my Plexiglas creations, playing with the projection of their Simulacra. The result is a filmed performance that show both the role of light in our perception of colors and space and also the emotional connection between music and images interpretation.
The vision of this video is fundamental to understand an essential dimension of my artworks that is revealed in presence of the sunlight.
My art combines technology and craftsmanship: when painting, I merge the body gaze into the gestures of drawing, transposing to digital the Suminagashi art. The same process allow me to activate the Cloud by moving it as brush made of light, in order to paint on the wall a new and different story, thanks to those reflections that I call Simulacra (evoking the definition given by Lucretius in the 4th book of De Rerum Natura).
NO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INVOLVED. No filter/visual effects added. The video shows reflections generated by my artwork simply reacting to the sunlight in function of its angle. That is possible thanks to the special technique of realization (Laser, enamels and varnishes on plexiglas).
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