Zero Dimension (what we like best), a solo exhibition of Mauro Pellegrini and Barbara Pianca curated by Fabio Carnaghi, tells an intimate geography that brings to an original condition by passing cultural superstructures. In site specific project, the space traced in the itinerary of the cavernous tunnel of a Cistercian abbey, dominated by the combination of light and dark in sense of reminiscence and discovery, identifies the old resemblance between places and the malleability of wax with a possibility of erasability and rewriting.
It is no coincidence the association of two acts - plastic for sculpture and projective for the photographic image - in the work of Pellegrini and Pianca. The connotation of the unique creative practice of two artists converge on the ground of the memory-image, in other words it's a combination of past and future and innately founded on emotion. This itinerary is a conceptual-emotional path where memory affects and conducts the organs of the body in a physiological movement.
The leitmotiv of the whole project is this plastic activity that shapes and reshapes the experience and continually revisits the comparison and processing experiential.
Zero Dimension is a incessant writing on a tabula rasa that makes use of the memory as emotional condition that paves the way to knowledge.
Zero Dimension (what we like best) for Biodiversity – contemporary art events, is sponsored by ARK Cultural Property and Contemporary in Expo in Città Milano 2015, supported by Parco dei Mulini and Fabbrica di Sant’Ambrogio, with patronage of Regione Lombardia.