(Photo of an Oil on Canvas)
Print on Hahnemühle Photo
10 in stock
The print is part of the figurative question of the artist’s production, showing some of his pictorial obsessions, such as the agitated scenes inside the parliaments and the urban guerrilla scenes. Violent and instinctive gestures – drawn from different situations – stuck on the canvas forever. The gestures imprinted on the canvas come from that vast world of images conveyed daily by the mass media. The human figure is present here, it appears, not always clearly, but it is there and it is real, raw and brutal. The canvas is a display in which we can collect the image by addition and in which anthropological research, the study of figures and their movement in space, become the focus. Screens and frames are the means by which to arrive at these pictorial results, in which the strength of our lowest instincts of supremacy emerges consciously.
My research focuses on the anthropological observation of the relational aspects of human nature when it is conducted at its limits. Starting from images, videos and iconographies taken from the media, i highlight the relationship brought to the extreme by contemporary man with information. In my research the development of particular images and data coming from third party information channels is constant: a lack of definition, an accentuation of the disturbance or of the error that from...