Manuele 2014

2.20 cm x 1.30 cmmaterials:resin – mirror -light – audio speaker – probe

In a 2m x1.20×1.20 cm rectangle, whose front surface is a mirror, an internal sculpture is repeated infinite times thanks to a play of lights. The sculpture depicts Manuele, a ten-year-old street boy, who lives in the eastern suburbs of Naples. The spectator, to observe the sculpture, which at first sight is a reflective mirror, must enter a small room made of probes and audio amplifiers. When the spectator enters the room, Manuele appears in the mirror. It is a vacal message. He postpones the interviews made, in Via Eduardo Scarpetta, the question asked do you have local citizens was:

can there be a revolution today?


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