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Presenze Applique 01 VIP2
128 x 13 x 44h cm | 191 cubes
Presenze Applique 03 VIP1
13 x 32 x 52h cm | 52 cubes
Presenze Applique 04 VIP1
13 x 32 x 52h cm | 51 cubes
Presenze Applique 01 VIP3
13 x 28 x 56h cm | 51 cubes
Presenze Applique 02 VIP3
13 x 24 x 56h cm | 55 cubes
Presenze Applique 01 VIP1
13 x 12 x 16h cm | 16 cubes
Presenze Applique 02 VIP1
13 x 12 x 16h cm | 17 cubes

Presenze Applique
Studio Nucleo, 2014
By Piergiorgio Robino & Alice C. Occleppo
Epoxy resin and pigment, brass, LEDs, printed circuit boards
Each piece is a unique edition



Presenze as an evidence of past lives.
Presenze as ethereal, floating like ghosts.
Presenze as absence and immaterial substance.

Presenze and absence, appearance and immateriality, historical and afterlife forms.
The Presenze collection is a testimony of past lives, the evolution of obsolete objects.

The glories of nineteenth-century baroque structures have been re-designed into
minimalistic shapes, given a strong characteristic from its material, resin.
Studio Nucleo has filtered disused names and experiences and re-worked old pieces of furniture
such as consoles, desks, bedside tables and fireplace chairs.
The furniture is both ancient and contemporary, revived and restored into new life.

With the Presenze collection, Studio Nucleo has created decorative ethereal objects floating through space.
A game of presence and absence, of lightness and weight, challenging the laws of gravity.
The balance is made even more precarious by the milkiness of the resin, permeable to light.
It’s a fascination for the transition, from liquid to solid, from past to present.

And the lack of assemblage is one of the strong characteristics of Presenze.
Each cube, a fragment, gives a sense to the deconstruction.
In this sense, objects from other eras are apparitions ready to dissolve and split
in the struggle between material and spirit.

The cubes of 5×5 cm, are cast in epoxy resin and together create the object.
They are assembled by hand, giving balance between body and space,
where individual fragments develop their own intensity
– capable of capturing light and gaze –
which goes beyond their function in the context of composition.

© 2023 Studio Nucleo