Ruins of the oracle Sculpture by Michele Rizzi

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Sculpture: Metal, Steel on Stainless Steel, Other.

"Ruins of the oracle" is a sculpture of the condensation and dispersion of matter cycle. The oracle is a metallic disk that preserves in some portions its own mirroring metallic surface and in others it preserves the signs (scratches, holes, burns and defects, roughness) that highlight the internal structure made of connections and filaments that mark the space empty of the internal structure hidden from the surface. The oracle is an object with an unknown function (perhaps a source of perpetual clean energy) coming from a distant future and bears traces of the disruption due to movement in space / time. This sculpture has, besides the characteristic of reflecting the image of the surrounding environment, the characteristic of reverberating the noises with a sort of slight echo. The sculpture has its own stainless steel base. The disc is equipped with an insert that is easily inserted into the appropriate seat created in the base.


Ruins of the oracle

Michele Rizzi



Size: 51.2 W x 51.2 H x 20.1 in

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