«No Instructions for Use»
International group exhibition
at the Palazzo della Cancelleria Vaticana
Vatican, Rome, Italy
From the press release of the exhibition:
a moment of reflection on interpretative modalities which create relations amongst subjects and new perspectives
“No instructions for use” aims to be an important moment of encounter and confrontation through which a weave of dialogues amongst different expressive languages take shape, directed at showing the various experiences of the contemporaneity. Hence, a moment of reflection on interpretative modalities which create relations amongst subjects and new perspectives.
It is an opportunity of sharing and evaluating for an artistic generation which is able to attract interest and confront a contemporary expressive landscape, directed at the valorization of different resources for education, expressivity and language, but joint by the will of highlighting the pleasure of creation.
The soul of these artworks is given by the expressive impetus which establishes the balance amongst aesthetic pleasure, beauty, taste and shape. It is difficult to write or objectively explain the impalpable substance of each artwork, as behind colors, signs, matter, shapes, there is much more than mere technique: there is the will to give shape and color to a passion, an impulse, beyond the will and ability to translate an image into an idea and to seize a detail and render it alive.
And in this miscellaneous and stimulating whole of artworks there are those who refer to figurative art, looking at the representation of recognizable images from the world around them, and those who transfigure the reality amongst them, dedicating themselves to the abstract path of unhinging and the reinterpretation of the real.