Artist Andrea del Garbo
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ABOUT THE WORK
This work is based on a stream of evocations and contrasts caused by the reading of the firstpoem of T.S.... Read More
This work is based on a stream of evocations and contrasts caused by the reading of the first
poem of T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets, which insists in a discussion on timelessness and eternity.
As in the poem, also in this video there is a strong musical rhythm also even in absence of
any sound, that culminates, 'At the still point', with the Ode to Joy; there the dance is, there past
and future can join each other in the eternal present, in an eternal dance. In terms of image, the
main inspiration of this 'purgatory da camera', is Giovanni Battista Piranesi.
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