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Alessandro Lupi creates these Fluorescent density art works by painstakingly painting polyamide threads with fluorescent or photoluminescent paint, one by one, and then back lighting them. They’re a wonderful combination of eerie and cool.
Short info about artists
Alessandro Lupi was born in Genoa, Italy in 1975, he lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He studied at the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti in Genoa, Italy.
His works were exhibited among others at the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Uffizi Museum in Florence, the Avesta Museum in Sweden and the Kunsthaus Tacheles in Berlin.
In 2008 he realized an installation for the International Biennial of Havana which is permanently exhibited in the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes de San Alejandro. In 2010 the City of Ljubljana commissioned a sculpture to celebrate the World Book Capital Ljubljana by the UNESCO. Lupi’s work focuses on light and its fusion with color, space and time. Every work appears to create its own world, concentrating on the idea of “inversion”, that is, on the possibility of offering to the spectator the opposite point of view from the expected or predicted one. In his works the dichotomy of opposite situations, like exterior-interior, freedom-prison or life-death are annulated by the contemporary perception of these two aspects without, nevertheless, favoring any perceptive or hierarchic prevalence.