• Remo Salvadori

    Locus Solus

    In the middle of a room was the sign of the observer: the flattened outline of a camera tripod, made of three fused equal forms of cast bronze (Senza titolo, visione 6a, 1981–85). On the wall of another room was a small ring of steel cable (Senza titolo, n.d.). Framed by doorways, both these objects were visible from a third room. On the wall between these doorways was a large drawing of three colored strips—purple, red, green—interwoven in a vaguely anthropomorphic motif (Ecce homo, 1985).

    Contrasting with these few absolute signs was the rarefied density of painting: a large work on canvas (

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