Arkizoic Rule

Arkizoic Rule. I Put your soul into your works II Use the Mathematics and Geometry of NATURE III Use the HEURISTIC method IV Give way to chaos, to mistake, and to the UN-FINISHED V Use TRADITIONAL materials and shapes VI USE decoration VII Use drawing like an emotional sketch

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Using color to define an environment is like painting a three dimentional picture where the observer can enter and explore micro and macro dimensions denoted by their various colors, bang tugged by the many sensory strings that connect colour to our lifes.   Logo “Design” di Alberto Casagrande  

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Cyrcus Lab with Denis Santachiara

The selfproduction is a virtual island, a place of our minds, with all the characteristics of an open market in which, via internet, ideas can evolve in both dynamic and custom made ways. The very abstraction of this place re-instates the original characteristics of a pure creative-thought language, within the emerging self-production way. At the…

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The museum space of Castelvecchio

Paola Marini, director of the Civic Museums of Verona, explores the theme of the museum space of Castelvecchio, where the restoration took place between 1958 and 1974 by Carlo Scarpa remains current and contemporary, offering itself as a work of art which sets out the additional works of art history and modernity.

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(Ita) Il Dettaglio

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Nel ragionare intorno al tema del dettaglio il pensiero mi porta a circoscrivere l’idea attraverso il suo ambito opposto: la sintesi. La visione…

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Maddalena Fanconi

Maddalena Fanconi realized this work to give form to the beginning words of Genesis, and precisely to the ones describing with incomparable power the passage between the second and the third day of Creation: a complex and well-structured artwork, in which she has been able to condense, firstly, the depth of her faith, but at the same time the cultural references guide beyond the piousness, proposing unexpected travel in art history.

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