BEYOND the boundaries of perception
Investigating the boundaries of what is known and discovering the Unknown beyond the veil is part of the path suggested by Alessandro La Spada in a visual translation of the quote by H.D. Thoreau: “The question is not what you look at, but what you see”.
Being able of going beyond is a distinctive capacity that opens new perspectives, exploring unexpected and everchanging scenarios.
Different layers overlap with each other in optical and organic textures, thus creating three-dimensional patterns, while fluid graphic fibers flow on vegetal shapes and overlay on wide crystal surfaces with 70s textures.
The effects of etched and decorated glass create a veil hiding the true object of the observation: clouds, background ethereal pictures, which are deliberately unclear, so that a wider refraction spectrum for a variety of interpretations is revealed.