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The tryptic “Re-Construction” was created in Barcellona. Inspired by the technique of Trencadís, often used by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudì: recycled fragments of ceramic, randomly broken are put together again to create a coherent art piece. The creative act reverses the course of entropy by giving a new life to beautiful broken materials that would have became trash and be destroyed. The artist performs an alchemical transmutation of the matter, creates a new unity out of a bunch of fragments and gives them a new meaning.
Sculpture:Ceramic on Wood
Size:4.7 W x 7.1 H x 1 D in
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Alice Di Carlo was born in Pescara on September 12th 1985. In 2003 she published the book of poems L’Ultima Fiaba (Libroitaliano). In 2004 she moved to Spain where she attended the Mural Art course at the Massana School of Barcelona. She has exhibited her artwork in Raiña Lupa Gallery, Arts Santa Mónica Museum, Granollers Museum, Sala Muncunill, MAC, Molí Paperer de Capellades Museum, Abelló Museum, and other spaces. In 2013 she opened a mosaic laboratory in Italy, implementing a technical and stylistic fusion of the Byzantine Mosaic with the Catalan Modernist Mosaic. Each work of art is the result of an alchemical process aimed at transforming matter into light.
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