The Mural That Shed Its Skin

Nemo's work portrays the deadly impact of the Irpinia drilling project.

By Collettivo Boca

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

A work No Triv: Nemo's man's body is sucked by straws that pierce the meat to represent the drills that can suck the land and make it die.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

Nemo's work is made with a double skin. The artist's man is made with mural painting and paper that is consumed like the skin of a corpse represented by a skull.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

The works of Nemo's come into contact with the themes and stimuli of the workplace generating a critique. In this case we see the death that the Irpinia drilling project generates.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

Nemo's represents with a skull the death that the Irpinia drilling project generates. Overlaps this background with a man of paper that is consumed.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

Nemo's man's skin is composed of pages from the economic newspaper "Il Sole 24 Ore". In several months the "skin" brought out the skeleton.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

The eyes take shape through the phone book of the countries of the province of Avellino interested in the drilling project.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

The eyes take shape through the phone book of the countries of the province of Avellino interested in the drilling project.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

By using the telephone numbers of the areas affected by the problem, it gives life to a comparison between the subject's body and the melancholy and tears of the people of these territories.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

The body of the man of Nemo's thus becomes a comparison for the territory, with the straws that pierce the meat to represent the drills.

No Triv No Triv (2015/2015) by Nemo'SCollettivo Boca

Famous for its deformed subjects, crossed by a certain restlessness, Nemo's asks himself about the meaning of street art and describes his poetry.

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Project by Collettivo Boca. Thanks to Nemo's who donated the work to the Bonito community. Photo by Nemo's, Salvatore Curcio and David Ardito.

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