Dilated time and constrained space.
These are the strongest sensations I’ve recorded in these strange days.
Balance is given by the relationship with the other but it has also become the element of greater complexity.
The distance that divides us is full of questions and concerns, but it is still the place where intensity develops.
So we need an exercise to get used to the proximity again by developing new strategies but without losing the flavor that we now lack.
If you live with someone, make sure they want to practice with you.
If you live alone, try your neighbor or even yourself.
Look for two different fruits that are similar in size.
Cut them more or less in half.
Ask your partner to choose the half of the fruit he prefers.
You also choose the most beautiful half of the remaining fruit.
Find a place or a background that you both like within the spaces you live in. Now try to unite your half with your partner’s and play together moving them until you find a balance between the two fruits and the shape of your hands.
If you can with the other hand, take a picture from your mobile phone.
(Milan, 1974) Lives and works in Milan. Patrick Tuttofuoco’s work is conceived as a dialogue between individuals and their ability to transform the environment they live in, exploring notions of community and social integration in order to combine immediate sensory attraction with the power to trigger profound theoretical responses. Tuttofuoco mixes Modernism and Pop; he pushes the figurative into the abstract, using man as the paradigm of existence, as the matrix and unit of measurement of reality. From this interpretative and cognitive process, infinite versions of man and the context of his existence are produced, from which forms capable of animating sculptures are generated.