Carotti’s ceramic beehives slowly grow over car parts as if they were urban conglomerates. They end up blocking them in a counterrevolutionary gesture where the nature reaffirms its position as metronome over modernity.
Rune Elgaard paints visual compositions recalling both DADA collages and an Instagram feed trompe-l’oeil. The juxtaposition of images apparently disconnected evokes new, open and ambiguous scenarios to the viewer.
The familiar but still unrecognizable landscapes painted by Marco Eusepi are only following his gesture. Points, lines and surfaces become lakes, roads and fields; only suggested by hints of colour but still perfectly depicted in their essence.
Vincenzo Simone’s still lives enclose the entire evolution of painting, polarized between his canvasses and paper sheets. As it happens with black holes they become dense enough to bend time.
They are four performers using different medias to protect the same ascetic idea of the artist; constantly struggling to satisfy a need that is more physical and instinctual than intellectual.
Pioneers of an Homeric journey that will always, inevitably, bring them back to the starting point.