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23.500 TIMES
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Video Installatio, collective exhibition "Nello spazio fa freddo",at Chippendale Studio, Walk in studio event, Milan, IT
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Video Installatio, collective exhibition "Nello spazio fa freddo",at Chippendale Studio, Walk in studio event, Milan, IT
Video Installatio, collective exhibition "Nello spazio fa freddo",at Chippendale Studio, Walk in studio event, Milan, IT
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Video Installatio, collective exhibition "Nello spazio fa freddo",at Chippendale Studio, Walk in studio event, Milan, IT
"23.500 TIMES", Installation at CAREOF, Fabbrica del vapore,  Walk in studio 2020, Milan, IT
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"23.500 TIMES", Installation at CAREOF, Fabbrica del vapore, Walk in studio 2020, Milan, IT
23.500 TIMES
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23.500 TIMES

VIDEO
LINK VIMEO: https://player.vimeo.com/video/430460511
Title: 23.500 Times
Authors: Giacomo Infantino & Francesca Ruberto
Editing: Giacomo Infantino - Francesca Ruberto
Light Design: Lorenzo Ronchi
Photography: Giacomo Infantino
Scenography: Giacomo Infantino
Sound Design: Francesca Ruberto

Full HD video, black and white, stereo sound, 06.56.00 min.
June 2020.

23,500 are the times needed for an image of an inert material enlarged under a microscope, such as clay, to take on the appearance of a faked, archaic and primordial landscape. The work of Giacomo Infantino and Francesca Ruberto blends video and sound sculpture together, and conceives an immersive and introspective experience with a dreamlike and dreamy dimension. The video investigates the state of today's environmental crisis through a metaphorical metalanguage, projected in a time and space of paradoxical events that oscillate between the birth of something and the death of something else.
The state of global pandemic and the consequent lockdown put the necessary to rediscover that transient and unconscious link of a dimension on the border between the ancient and the future, between the uncertain and the eternal, between man and nature. Through the sculpture and the mimetic of the images, a new landscape has been created, not necessarily experienced and associable with the objective reality, but able to suggest new questions on what it means to coexist today.


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https://www.francescaruberto.com/23500_times-p22158

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