“The foreigner arrived the first days of february, in a freezind day…, He was muffled from top to bottom …, The only visible thing was the shiny edge of his nose” (from the book “The Invisible Man” by Herbert George Wells)
A glass mason jar, alluminium net, iron wire, cotton lint , acrylic colour A tribute to the sea , to its colours and reflections (piece 1 of 5) Collection “A Lamp for the Sea”
Disused gas pipe on recycled wooden stay equipped with original ceramic switch . H 15 In- Base 7x7x In.
It’s the idea of a shape stretching to the top, a spiral spinning on itself, joined in its movemnt to a wire cloth that like an armor supports and protects it . Babel is the wounded body of a warrior, his scars are the innumerabile…
Many tiny iron wire fragments kept in a jar like too many thoughts gathering; secret joints that live together in the glass trasparency. In the centre there is the origin of ideas, the hidden light looking for an escape hatch through that complicated muddle.
Blended copper one-pipe, woven iron wire, synthetic clay, recycled materials. Cable upholstered with stranded canvas an luminous intensity regulator. H 45 In. – Base L. max 18 In.
5 lt.Glass bottle with bended copper wire as stay for the internal pipe in recycled copper; iron and copper lampshade. Electric cable upholstered with stranded canvas and equipped with luminous intensity regulator. H: 17In – L. max 7In.
Lamp made of bended iron wire, branches, recycled materials and electric cable covered in red weaving. H: 47 In. – base 18 x 18 In. – L.: max 43 In.
Old theatre spot light with its mechanism completely restored . Adapted for interior lighting, treated with rust preventer converter ; built on recycled solid wood framework. Working original switch on the lamp and double switch on the cable.