LuceWeb: The homage paid by Massimo Uberti to Giulio Romano

LuceWeb: The homage paid by Massimo Uberti to Giulio Romano

tuesday 24 july 2018 | Press review, News&Press
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From July 21 to October 7, during Mantua's Edition of the Light Art Biennale, Massimo Uberti (1966), among the most relevant light-art artists, conceived a metaphorical journey through time and space, from the past to the present, through symbolic geometric shapes - like the circle -, straight lines and surfaces "designed" with a strictly white neon, as an objective and artificial metaphor of a subjective sight. At Palazzo Ducale, Uberti nestles "luminous architectures", that would have pleased Brunelleschi and Palladio, reflecting his humanistic conception of the world: unique shapes in the darkness that would otherwise remain in it, to reveal the space, the architecture and the internal and external environment of the city, both public and private, creating an estranging, subtle, esoteric impact.

 

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