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Alberti challenges from the unseen agoraphobic surfaces in order to whisper shapes to us that are longlasting in theirselves. They are ghosts, works of light, a light that permits the artist to make photographs and that it inserts inside the work subjecting them to the treatment of anemic paraffins, resins, gelatines and polymers
These translucent paintings live from an enameled white which encircles the shapes on which the eye wanders, they create one suspended/suspense of the visual, for modesty - the will upon the human nature - weakening the context, in the uncertainty to watch the white, elusive, or otherwise flying over, anemic passepartout.
The motifs seem to be frozen in a liquid effect, now shiny now frosty, shades and proliferan transparencies, expanding, rising from the white as if it was yeast, brought to light, life. Every element, every morphology is tempered in the topical pale hygiene , loaded with innocence.