Scala 1:18 (2001-2010)

 

 

Performance:

London Metropolitan University (2010)

Manifesta7 Parallel event (2008)

Villa Serena Bologna (2004)

 

"SCALA 1:18" is an artistic synthesis of a life experience the workplace changes its meaning. The work environment is changed through the work of art, it becomes the signifier of an interior point of view. From the flatness of the factory system, the positiveness of a human message is being born. With his work I would like to investigate a very pressing aspect: can the work environment, based on a repetitive and depersonalizing assembly plan, become a place to express the personal creativity? Machine development
This are the instruction for using the textile machine: "The paper is used to build weaving machines for fabrics of outstanding quality. Products that are used above all for exclusive ladies' and men's outerwear, finest furnishing fabrics, and industrial textiles for specific applications".



SCALA 1:18, Lambda photo to factory textile machine, 100x120, 2003


SCALA 1:18, Lambda Photo, 150x120 cm, 2003
subject:Plastic model in paper 140 gr, 120x100cm, h 15 cm


SCALA 1:18, Lambda Photo, 150x120 cm, 2003
subject:Plastic model in paper 140 gr, 120x100cm, h 15 cm


SCALA 1:18, SCALA 1:18 Instruction booklet of the textile machine, 14 pp,10x15cm,2003. Subject: Textile machine, model in paper 140gr, 13x18cm, h15 cm.

 

 

SCALA 1:18 ≠Textile


This is another step of the project which SCALA 1:18, which started with making of all the machines in the textil factory in paper, now in this step the image change is impression and became something else. The model of the textile machine leave its face, like a shadow create a possible tissue himself: the duplication of the plant of the machine are naking a possible carpet.

SCALA 1:18 ≠Textile Sculpture, paper 140 gr. cardboard, variable measure, 2009. Textile machine misure: 13x18cm, h15 cm.

SCALA 1:18 ≠Textile Sculpture, cardboard. variable measure, 2009.