Michelangelo Penso, the artist who for years has worked internationally investigating the possible connections between art and science proposes for the gallery space a floor installation entitled "Cronotopo", the result of his latest research that configures, through an algorithm, the arrangement of the planets of the solar system and reproduces the frequencies generated by them.
"Cronotopo" made with seventy-six glass bells, is activated thanks to thermal sensors and a sophisticated computer circuit, involving the viewer between space and sound frequencies allowing an interaction that is not simply a means to increase the readability of the work but a way to interpret it. Together with the large glass installation, the artist prepares a selection of eight metal sculptures on the walls and eight drawings on oil-resistant rubber.
Michelangelo Penso (Venice-Italy, 1964) He develops a new concept of sculpture, using materials of industrial origin, working in a space between art and science. Since 1981 his installations have been exhibited in many private spaces and public institutions including the Royal Palace of Caserta (2018) Museo Civici di Bassano (2018) Exposition au Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (2016); Achille Forti Modern Art Gallery, Verona, Italy (2015); solo show at Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, Italy (2011); The Nuit Blanche in Paris, installation for the Pierre et Marie Curie University, France (2004), 61st Venice Biennale "Punti cardinali" (1993). His works have been acquired by the Golinelli Foundation, Italy; Unicredit Collection ART, Italy; Spazio Thetis, Venice, Italy; Achille Forti Modern Art Gallery, Verona, Italy; Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Venice, Italy. La Francaise, Paris, France.