Etiam capillus unus habet umbram suam (Even a single hair has its shadow) it’s a photographic cycle. Through a literal representation... Read More
Etiam capillus unus habet umbram suam (Even a single hair has its shadow) it’s a photographic cycle. Through a literal representation of an italian figure of speech, these images create objects emblematic of the reflection central to the duo’s artistic research, our fragility, analysing the relationship of people, of individuals with this concept and reflecting upon it as such a cultural object.
Il pelo nell’uovo (The hair in the egg). A defect, a tiny detail that maims and redetermines what of which it is the smallest part. Giuseppe & Lucilla S. linger over the display of the subject through its attributes.The relationship between object and accessory accentuates the symbolic attention to imperfection, as a mirror of our anguishes and fears. Death manifests itself in the first wrinkle, in the first sign of advancing. Hence, the morbid attention to the research of the most little traces: the macula, symbol of death, on fava bean flower, on blotched picarel, as a hair in an egg, a mole, a wrinkle, memento of our fragility.