corrupt forest (set of animals)

Alessandro Formigoni

Year:

2017

Media:

ceramics: earthware and white glaze

Size (cm):

40 (all) x 60 (all) x 40 (all)

London 2019
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corrupt forest (burned bears triptych)

Alessandro Formigoni

Year:

2018

Media:

ceramics: earthware and black engobe, matt white glaze

Size (cm):

28 each x 18 each x 12 each

London 2019

Corrupt forest (burned bear)

Alessandro Formigoni

Year:

2018

Media:

Ceramics: earthware and black engobe

Size (cm):

25 x 18 x 12

London 2019

Biography

Alessandro lives and works in italy, he is the owner of OM design studio, a creative space in Modena.
In recent years he has been working on ceramics and installation projects.

Project

A crystallized forest of undefined animals, fossils frozen in their state of corruption, as a sort of new Pompeii of the soul
the corruption of the individual is the metaphor of the Lacanian vision of the human psyche, in which a missing word causes language to become ill and makes it still, incomplete, even painful.
These animals are psychic metaphors, neuroses, psychoses that make them weak and strong at the same time, obsessions that make the individual cohesive but increasingly isolated from the environment, from other individuals
But corruption also as a social disease, which weakens the community, its potential and cohesion.

Alessandro Formigoni