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One Shape, Two Shades, One Winter

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Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 42 x 29,7 cm, February 2021

Descrivere un disegno da parte di chi lo ha eseguito rischia sempre di essere autoreferenziale, per questo mi limito solo a dire che non è il risultato di un percorso casuale, non vi è ispirazione, né una particolare urgenza di rappresentare uno stato d’animo, ma solo l’intenzione di costruire un equilibrio fra ciò che voglio fare e ciò che so fare, e solo l’esercizio costante può consentirmi di aumentare la possibilità di riuscire ad ottenerlo.

Describing a drawing by the person who made it always risks being self-referential, which is why I will limit myself only to saying that it is not the result of a casual path, of an inspiration, or a particular urgency to represent a state of mind, but only the intention to build a balance between what I want to do and what I know how to do, that only constant exercise can allow me to increase the chances of being able to achieve it.

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“Blusterous”

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Ballpoint Pen On Cardboard, 21 x 30 cm, February 2020

Drawing in 2020 is an act of strength, a stance, a statement. The different readings, inside the work, help me to be classic, ancient, obsolete, and finally anti-contemporary.

Disegnare nel 2020 è un atto di forza, una presa di posizione, un’affermazione. Le diverse letture, all’interno dell’opera, mi aiutano ad essere classico, antico, desueto, e finalmente anti contemporaneo.

Blusterous

“Landing”, Biroscape #247

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Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm,  October 2019

Landing BS247

The larger the size, the greater the distance

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In this case the dimensions of the work will become part of the judgment?The artwork of art has different dimensions, but the stare maintains the same proportional relationship with it. The larger the size, the greater the distance.

That is to say, therefore, that from a proportional point of view there are no differences in dimensions but it is only a question of proximity or distance of the gaze.

If it is bigger, I have to move away, and if it is smaller, I have to approach it, but the look at it keeps the same portion of space for it unchanged.

Another thing is the decorative destination of the artwork. In this case the dimensions of the work will become part of the judgment?

So the perception we have of it is influenced by the use made of it, regardless of the pure value of the work of art? Does the work of art have an absolute value or is it determined by the use made of it?

“A Complicated Sky”

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Pencil and Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 21 x 29,7 cm, May 2019

A Complicated Sky

“Sirocco”, Biroscape #108

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Ballpoint pen on Cardboard, 10,5 x 14,8 cm, 2017 August

Sirocco BS108

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