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"Several mysterious objects have been brought to light during a recent archaelogical excavation in the surroundings of Messina, Italy.
Some samples have been taken to be analyzed, but researchers and scientists are still groping in the dark. In fact, at the moment, no rational explanation has been given to identify the origin and the use of these mysterious-looking artifacts characterised by sinuous shapes .
They could be remains of an ancient and unknown civilization: strange musical instruments, or incomprehensible domestic tools. Perhaps they come from parallel worlds.
In conclusion, no one yet knows what these artifacts exactly are.
In particular, it is not clear why they are pierced with mysterious "holes", which create on the surface strong contrasts between lights and shades, between fullness and emptiness.
It seems that unknown energies continuously flow through those perforations" .
The creation of "timeless" , enigmatic objects which can have a strong positive impact on the audience is the primary aim of Marco Sajia as an artist.
His artworks are designed to make "holes" in rationality.Shapes are sinuous and delicate, but not without certain harshnesses .
Their elusiveness gives way to hundreds of possible interpretations in the audience's fantasy. Every single work can live and live again in a different way, because its meaning is always created and re-created by the observer's private and personal experience.
The artist's continuous search for lightness, irony, playful and erotic inspiration, aims to explore the existence by revealing eternal, immutable dichotomies: yes and no, life and death, static and dynamic, delicate and rough, eros and thanathos... but always with a firm belief that making Art (or, in any case, trying to make it), means making and giving joy, diversion, catharsis, freedom, other.