Berlino ( Open Spaces/agor Series )
BERLINO Agor narrates the places where people meet. They are essences, perceptions that aim to create a view, an ideal bridge between the canonical and commercial approach of the tourist pictures and that more exquisite contemporary, detached by classicism and discreetly tended to enhance tension, light and color, but not always including the underlying . It is part of "Open Spaces" a larger project born some years ago with studies on the potential of the stitching that over time has evolved to find its place in the representation of the bond, life, between man and open spaces . Its a research on serenity; we work, study, drown in the rituals of our daily lives to find ourselves only with a true heaven on the head. We live mostly in apartments, boxes which strongly affect our uses. There is a progressive and inexorable trend in moving less and less walking. House, car, subway, office, shopping centers. Shifts indoors, studying indoors, work indoors. We have learned to enjoy the square of the lakeside resort of collective ritual that brings us still breathing air, to feel the heat or cold, like the taste of salt air, the smell of mown grass. There is a simplicity in living "the air" that must be reflected in the images. Its an iteration between people and landscape, "place and man" both, protagonists in this works.