Ai Confini Dell’Impero Luca Cacioli LABA Student Exhibition

Museo Pecci in Prato with TU35 project aims to enhance the under 35 years old curators Tuscan, Italian and foreigners, who have chosen Tuscany as a place of production and work. The ten provinces of Tuscany: Arezzo, Florence, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena, will be involved in various periods for different issues.

It opens tonight in Peccioli (Arezzo), within TU35 – Geographies of Emerging Art in Tuscany, the view at the edge of the Empire to which 11 young artists take part.

The “Ai Confini Dell’Impero” project represents an important stage in the curriculum of Luca Cacioli (LABA student in Florence) whose main aim is the relentless pursuit of a relationship between human potential look and image.

The photographer asks himself on the boundary not well distinguishable separating the look and image. The attention to detail in the lines of escape from overwriting the real becomes the primary tool to find the connection between human look and image.

Visual architecture, marks not the physical space but create a code by which inscribe the perceptive relationship between man and space, means “There are no limits, the human eye can see to infinity.”

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