February 7 – April 8, 2017
“The task of the writer is to metaphorize the world, to poetize it.
His poetic gaze uncovers the hidden love relationships between things.
Beauty is the event of a relationship…
It only manifests itself later, in the light of something else, as reminiscence.
It consists of historical phosphorescent sediments. “
— Byung-Chul Han, To Salvation of the Beautiful
Space as an empty canvas, like a map that has not been written, where some “verses” appear to be lightly suspended in the air. The world becomes image and object, silence, emptiness.
Each piece-verse, like the notes of a larger universe built from scattered fragments that remain connected by a line, sometimes visible tohers invisible, traversing the space, denoting distances, time, emptiness and slience between one piece and another. Showing the possible and infinite relationships that exist between things.