(Are we sent here by)
“in art, I don’t like eternity and I’m attracted to resume at a
distance works that now seem closed.”
Obtain old books on art history, monographs, weekly books,
Need a transparent container such as jar, jug, bowl, vase, glass,
everyone can choose the size or material (glass, plastic, Plexiglas)
Old rags will be useful as a filler, but paper of any kind, preferably
soft, is also fine. A wooden push rod, scissors, rulers, cutters, paper
tape, vinyl glue or if you want hot glue.
Tear off the pages and crumple them so that the desired image is
on the front and matches the outer surface of the container. To
push and fix the various parts at the bottom and make them
adhere to the outer surface, use the wand and insert the fabric or
paper filler in the middle. If the container is long and/or narrow, the
bullets can be glued together beforehand and then inserted.
Continue in layers until the container is filled.
Tips: You can create monographic containers linked to a single
artist, a particular theme or a chosen genre. For information only,
this work is worth absolutely nothing.
Artist and teacher lives in Milan.
Since the 90s he has collaborated with spaces, contexts and
communities proposing an art of relationships, open and continuous
speeches. He is interested in the research and development of
independent artistic productions and libertarian education practices.
Co-author of J. Wayne Production of Montescaglioso, Matera (1992).
Coordinator together with others of the “Oreste” residencies and