Paradox

Live Media, Abstract geometrical, Live dj/vj set

The show is an experiment into new ways of storytelling by using tools and materials that could be related to those of "Arte Povera"
It is a tribute to one of the oldest tools for artists to create their "Affresco" paintings to trace the main lines and proportions:The chalk line.
I wanted to decontextualize as much as possible the idea that people relate to this tool (now widely used by carpenters and builders ) by showing a visionay landscape made of particles and strings that are going to resemble universe space environment. (Trying to show beauty itself on such a simple tool )
The final part is another tribute, to one of the artists i owe mostly my love for art:Alberto Burri.
By taking a heat gun i have have created combustions of plastics(rubbish bags, polystirol, gllue) filmed with a macro lens to recreate the act of burii's famous combustions and representing the beauty of the deformation of the surface and how amazing is the act of the creation of those shapes and not jonly the final output.

Thank you

Has been liked by 15

Say something

Comments 9

Olga  Anacka
9 years ago
Olga Anacka Artist
I love it
SUSANNA THORNTON
9 years ago
Interessante!
sara rossi
9 years ago
sara rossi Artist
bellissimo, complimenti brunino! baci da pg
Bruno Costarelli
9 years ago
Thanks a lot everyone for the support!Really appreciated.
@Digicult: The work is longer than 2 minutes, this is a preview.At the moment its 12 minutes divided in two sections (Combustions and Strings) and i am working on it to get a longer show with more footage.

Thanks
Bruno
Digicult
9 years ago
Digicult Curator
wow, compliments, I think I'm going to select you. Of course, I would be curious to join this work as a real live media on a longer timing and not only as a 2 minutes video...
jaya  suberg
9 years ago
jaya suberg Artist
cool work...love jaya
Maria Aristova
9 years ago
great work!!
Maria
Maria Aristova
9 years ago
great work!!
Maria
ANA SEKACH
9 years ago
ANA SEKACH Artist, Painter
Complimenti da ITALIA, bel lavoro!!!!!! migliori auguri Bruno!

Say something

You must login or Sign Up to write a comment Join