Size: 32 x 45 cm
Walnut wood-frame with double museum glass
Edition of 50
Immagini sull’attualità and Nodes Limited Edition Print
Immagini sull’attualità is a column devoted to the narration via images of those events having a central role in the national and international press. This section is handed over to scholars, artists and professionals who are asked to conjugate the theme according to their own approach to research. The project is designed in collaboration with Untitled Association and includes a limited-edition print signed by the artist.
The second edition of the project curated by Marco Marini
The topic chosen for Immagini sull’attualità 13-14 is the first-ever image of a Black Hole and the section has been curated by Marco Marini, whose research is based on the practice of visual deprivation and blind drawing.
The image chosen for the second Nodes Limited Edition Print is “12 cerchi”, 2019, Risograph print on Favini Burano Arancio Tropico 250g.
Biography of Marco Marini
Marco Marini is an artist and researcher, member of Numero Cromatico and editor of Nodes Journal. Since 2010, he has been conducting studies on visual deprivation. His experiments target drawing, painting and performance acts that involve himself and the viewers, creating events that investigate spontaneity, the relationship between the Self and the Other and between architectural spaces and urban landscapes, in which visual deprivation functions as a working strategy for the avoidance of spontaneous and emotional contents. From 2010 to 2012 he has been the coordinator of teaching activities at the Musei Capitolini and of the courses Teoria della Percezione, Psicologia della Forma and Psicologia dell’Arte at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Rome.