“Ground Water” by Andreco in Reggio Emilia, Italy
Italian artist and scientist Andreco (Andrea Conte, Rome, 1978) no longer too long ago labored on a mission entitled “Ground Water” exhibited within the courtyard and within the windows of SpazioC21 at Palazzo Brami, Reggio Emilia.
The neighborhood of works – made up of four big canvases and a sculptural set up staged within the center of the courtyard – affords with the theme of water, its lifestyles and its scarcity. The works notify the artist’s investigation of an especially as much as the moment theme in our society: the results of native weather exchange on the atmosphere by which we reside.
“In the work the protagonist is the void – Andreco says – the dwelling conquered by the water sources on account of physical-chemical phenomena of transformation of matter. The canvases order the invisible, repeat the glow that illuminates the underground cavities, observed from the darkish level of view of their interior. The goal is to create a get hold of dwelling of care and respect for deep geologies and natural sources, an necessary action to put a symbiotic steadiness between living beings and the planetary ecosystem of which they are part» ..”The sculpture reminds a rain tumble the 2nd it touches the ground of the water table.”
Andreco’s reflection on water, integrated into the meta-theme of environmental sustainability and native weather exchange at the heart of his inventive reflection, reminds the observer of his responsibilities in direction of the atmosphere. The tumble of water is a metaphor for lifestyles; Its absence is the discontinue of it.
Artist Andreco works in huge collection of media at the side of public installations, drawings, work, videos and murals. Impressed by the aspects of nature, rocks and minerals, he uses them to educate about and extra his work on environmental sustainability, urbanism, ecology and symbolism. On the heinous of this researches he’s increasing novel symbols. His art observe is extremely reflective of his data of environmental components and concrete sustainability.
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Photo Credit ranking: Fabrizio Cicconi