Geometric infinity (h.188) Sculpture by Michele Rizzi

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Sculpture: Metal, Steel, Spray Paint on Stainless Steel, Other.

"Geometric infinity (h.188)" is a sculpture of the condensation dispersion cycle of matter. In this case the condensation is more pertinent. A series of rectilinear bars of stainless steel box are used as starting element. The bars are sectioned in random sizes and assembled respecting as much as possible the adherence to the three Cartesian axes of the 3D space (x, y, z) the compositional freedom is contained in a sort of invisible wrapping in the form of a parallelepiped with a rectangular base . The rules of composition are that the broken wanders to the two ends without touching and joins the end of its path in a single point making the figure a continuous break line. Precisely a sort of sign of geometric infinity, fruit in the moment of the composition of my sense of balance in my imagination and my mood. The theme of spatial improvisation, a sort of three-dimensional jazz with balances and disequilibria, using margins within which to improvise and harmonize forms, was interesting to deal with this sculpture.


Geometric infinity (h.188)

Michele Rizzi



Size: 16.5 W x 74 H x 16.5 in

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