MOUNTAINS


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MOUNTAINS (ALPS)

2013. Installation. Concrete. 5 thousand pieces approx.

1:100,000 scale reproduction of the Alps. Every little mountain realized in cement replicate in scale the elevation of every mountain summit, from the highest and pointed to the more modest and flat-topped hills. The shapes of the small sculptures are fictional, approaching the representation of the mountain ranges of old maps or medieval paintings. In a whole it wants to be first and foremost a imaginary catalog, a puzzle impossible to solve, rather than a plausible and meticulous map.

Ph: Leonardo Chiappini

Mountains (Alps). 2013. Studio Guenzani, Milan. Ph: Leonardo Chiappini

Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Mountains (Alps). 2013. Detail. Studio Guenzani, Milan. Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Mountains (Alps). 2013. Detail. Studio Guenzani, Milan. Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Installation view. “Let the stars sit wherever they will”, Studio Guenzani, Milan. Ph: Andrea Rossetti


Ph: Alessandro Zambianchi

Mountains (Alps). 2013. Installation view. “Je ne sais what?”, Studio Carnelutti, Milan. Ph: Alessandro Zambianchi

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Mountains (Alps). 2013. Detail. “Je ne sais what?”, Studio Carnelutti, Milan. Ph: Alessandro Zambianchi

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MOUNTAINS (SOLAR SYSTEM)

2013. Installation. Concrete. 74 pieces approx., dimensions variable.

1:100,000 scale reproduction of a selection of mountains from planets and satellites of the Solar System.

Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Mountains (Solar System). 2013. Detail. Studio Guenzani, Milan. Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Mountains (Solar System). 2013. Installation view. Studio Guenzani, Milan. Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Ph: Andrea Rossetti

Mountains (Solar System). 2013. Installation view. Studio Guenzani, Milan. Ph: Andrea Rossetti

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