The installation was part of the most extensive body of works called
"Much like the tango lives in the pauses between one step and the next, an outdoor dance party in nurtured by the oscillation of bodies that await the rhythm’s repetition. The celebration is the summit reached through reflections made in the solitude of silence, a millennial chorus of vocal components that even when liberated in a crowed maintain the identifiable intimacy of the individual. Within the practice of the sharing of sounds, there are numerous architectonic structures that integrate themselves naturally into the landscape.A disposition of volumes rich with first-hand clues, relished with the senses, a vision so phenome- nal that it becomes credible. Architectures originally created to accompany man’s journey until his last breath, seem instead the fruit of temporary needs: ephemeral but constructed with materials that challenge any type of finale […]"
Every Pitched Roof is an Arrow (a form of survival from the object's inherited inertia)
© Riccardo Benassi 2009