Plasticine, ruler, cutter, rolling pin.
Please choose the colour of the plasticine you like.
For the realization of this work we recommend a smooth and well cleaned non-porous work surface.
1)Spread the plasticine until it reaches a thickness of about 2mm.
2) Make two parallel cuts at a distance of 1.5 mm for a length of about 20 cm (see figure).
3) cut the two ends
4) lift the surrounding material taking care not to ruin our newly carved strip.
5) Join the two ends to form a circle.
6. overlap the two ends
7) Weld the two ends using the cutter as a spatula and shape the plasticine.
You’ve just made your first hyper-realistic rubber band
This could be the first in a long line
*1972, Pozzuoli (NA), ITALY
2017 “in bocca a te ogni cosa muore” Kunst Meran. Merano curated by Christiane Rekade
2016 ‘Basteln’, T293, Rome
2015 ‘Pane al Pane (“Bread to Bread”)’, Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples
2014 ‘Besser einkaufen besser leben’, Galleria Fonti, Naples
2012 ‘Senza Titolo’, KROME Gallery, Berlin
2010 FRAME, Frieze Art Fair, London
2010 ‘Se il mio cervello fosse un canestro’, Galleria Fonti, Naples
2009 ‘Black Pearls’, Emilio Mazzoli Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea, Modena 2008 ‘Untitled’, Ancient&Modern Gallery, London
2007 ‘Tableaux Vivant’, Museo Madre, Naples
2004 ‘Mondo fantastico’, Galleria Fonti, Naples
2003 ‘L. Scotto di Luzio Interpreta Luigi Tenco’, Antonio Colombo, Milan
2002 ‘Love me tender’, Antonio Colombo, Milan
2001 ‘Cool Memories’, T293, Naples