Material: Sky film on mirror, blue threads on paper
Apriti cielo is an Italian saying. Apriti - Open and Cielo - Sky. It is an exclamation that is used... Read More
Apriti cielo is an Italian saying. Apriti - Open and Cielo - Sky.
It is an exclamation that is used to express one’s surprise in front of an event.
At the same time, the literal pun adds to the exclamation of amazement the image of a sky that is opened.
From that, the representation of a window in the sky reveals at the core of the work, holding a deeper suggestion to dive into another dimension.
Apriti cielo is an invitation to look beyond; a look towards the unknown, towards the outside, in the direction of what it’s sought and a look from the outside towards the inside, a look that thus becomes introspective too. In this work, the viewer has the possibility of being inside, imagining that he is in his own
home and looking at the sky through a window, or of seeing from the outside a window that opens on reality.
At the center of the work is the window that is reflected into the sky. An opening that takes you into a further
dimension. Apriti cielo is a celebration of the power of imagination, a journey that invites the observer to
investigate beyond the window and beyond the sky.
What is there after the sky?