Mimmo Paladino conceived an entrancing installation,
where the rhythm is set by speedy graphics,
and by protruding, volumetric and two-dimensional
shapes. At the centre, between the walls that have
been drawn on, stands a solitary human figure. A
statuesque presence bearing natural elements, mysterious
shapes and numbers: a sort of reinterpretation,
in an avant-garde perspective, of the Vitruvian
man. The Archive of Memory is kept in a monitor
which displays a sequence of black and white
images and frames which continuously combine literary,
historical and artistic references.


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