• Marco Bagnoli

    Giorgio Persano Torino

    Marco Bagnoli’s three-part installation was held together by an optical axis, which united the three connecting rooms. The central space contained a sculpture made of many circular glass plates rotating around an axis. As they moved, the different circumferences caused a transparent blue/green female figure to emerge. This sculpture rested on a wooden hemisphere built of concentric disks.

    The access to the room on the left was blocked by a door slightly ajar, creating a narrow triangular space. Inside, amidst half-light and half-shadow, the space was inhabited by wood sculptures based on the

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