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“BOOLEAN” And Loft (Pietà detail), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
13 x 20 x 14h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Loft (Cattedrale di Siena), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
10 x 17,3 x 14,7h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Loft (Piazza di Spagna), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
49,3 x 26,2 x 10,3h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Sweep (Pietà), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
14,7 x 10,6 x 10,2h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Sweep (Cremona), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
10 x 7,5 x 14,6h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Loft (San Pietro), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
25 x 17 x 10h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Loft (Arcate), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
41 x 14 x 15h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Loft (due Pietà), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
31 x 30 x 15h cm
Unique

“BOOLEAN” And Loft (nicchie), 2018
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Marzia Ricci
3D print on vintage postcard
26 x 14,6 x 19,5h cm
Unique

THE SACRED GIFT
‘The Meaning Of An Object Is Another Object’
NUCLEO SOLO SHOW
Curated by Clara Madaro
from October 30th to November 5th
Nucleo Lab
Via Mottalciata 18/C Turin

Nucleo presents a new series of works on postcards from well-known sacred architectures or sculptures,
collected in a long-term research.
A new tecnique allows to tune the curved sculptures and the postcards by means of Booleans.
The introduction of curves in Booleans method changes the treatment, the visual and the conceptual
impacts compared to previous series.
Thanks to a kind of a plastic preformationism of the selected pictures, the forms stretch out from the images.
Such tension provokes a distortion that marks the born of new sensual objects detached form images that float
on an immersive display recalling a sacred space. The rewriting of the laboratory as a sacred space is not an exotic
element but a relational one because Nucleo Lab is next to two places of religious worship.
The gift is sacred not simply because the postcard comes from a sacred place, but also because is a track of an aesthetic
experience that therefore is collective, even if it is deeply rooted inside us. In fact, the postcard is always a gift
but sending a postcard is not a merely affective act, rather an aesthetic one.
An object seems to emanate a kind of value, then we feel entitled to make it public by means of another object
that is precisely the postcard. At the same time, we cannot explain what really comes from that object to make it so special.
The show The Sacred Gift materializes exactly this nonconceptual process.
The meaning of an object is another object alludes to the new born sensual object or the artwork in its ties with
the starting sacred objects and the postcards. The exhibition suggests a space of unity and tuning with objects in which affective,
sacred and aesthetic dimensions are melted. Booleans functions shape forms and truth together but this kind of truth is sensual,
and it can be revealed only imaging a coexistence.

Ph credits: Sebastiano Pellion di Persano

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© 2019 Studio Nucleo

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