When expressed in geometrical form, “THE SQUARE” transforms the artist into a superimposed sequence based on real life, due to the perfection of the square’s shape. Day to day life experiences are shown to form episodes of life. This wood, shaped in opposite forms, is the symbol of purity and nature. Things which the human race ignores in the world’s day to day confrontations, without depth, energetic situations, or the opposites: happiness and anguish.
The architects anguish is revealed as they constantly search for constant equilibrium, which is at times imperceptible because they barely relate to the surrounding world. Life is more than an intention, it is a constant work. It is a search for one’s inner being, one’s perfection, distinct for each person.
In my life, this work is the depiction of a life that at times we do not dare take charge of, being exposed to the environment in which we are born, growing and evolving according to our ideals, circumstances, and perception, our inner and outer worlds.
I remain myself, on the other side of perception, waiting for an answer to that which we call the world around us.
Fabia Nitti (Venezuela) expresses her quest for life in simple geometric shapes with complex questions surrounding them. One of her sculptures, the Square? Transforms the artist into a superimposed sequence based on real life, due to the perfection of the square shape. Day to day life experiences are shown to form episodes of life.
Fabia Nitti's brightly painted geometric metal constructions seem destined for an office park somewhere. High aesthetic adventure clearly doesn't call to everyone. The sculptures are made in steel and aluminum, with the best finished painting quality for exterior outdoors.