LIGHT WAVES (2023), Italy

In this installation, a surface of water is transformed into a "liquid lens" in which waves are generated and refract three sources of light that propagate in space. Solenoid valves allow the drops to fall at different points with programmed rhythms, creating complex shapes, waves, colours, and interference fringes. The work is a contemplative, hypnotic, symbolic exercise of perception into which the public must subjectively immerse itself.

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Alessandro Lupi


Alessandro Lupi’s research has developed over the years by working on strong experimentation on matter, light and shadow. Each work is an invention and investigates how we perceive reality differently, each time trying to start from space and dialoguing with it. His works have been exhibited in galleries, museums and public spaces.

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