-A medium sized mirror, whatever shape and workmanship you want.
-An analog wristwatch or table clock, with visible second
-Place the mirror in a vertical or slightly inclined position on a flat surface.
-Place the watch on the surface in front of the mirror, with the dial facing the mirror .
-Observe the image of the clock face in the mirror, so you can see a space in which time runs backwards, the longer you observe, the more sensitive the sweet taste of your eternity will be.
Pierluigi Fresia (Asti, 1962) lives and works in Turin. Always referring to the conceptual, his research has employed different media: painting, and later video and photography (sometimes in a multimedia key), often including the use of the word. He has had numerous solo exhibitions, among others in Turin at Galleria Martano, Milan at Galleria Milano, Genoa at Vision QuesT 4rosso, in Bologna at Galleria Studio G7.
Works by Pierluigi Fresia have been presented at several international contemporary art fairs:
ARCO in Madrid, Artissima in Turin, ARTEFIERA in Bologna, ARTE VERONA, MIA and MIART in Milan, EUROPEAN PHOTOGRAPHY (2010 and 2015) in Reggio Emilia, PHOTO BIENNALE Daegu (Korea), moreover his works have been exhibited in several collective and personal exhibitions in public institutional spaces and in private galleries others are part of different contemporary art collections both private and foundations and museums, among others MART in Rovereto, GAM in Turin, MET in New York.