(nessun mare è troppo profondo)
@ GNAM, Rome, 1998
A gangplank is thrown over a deep vertical abyss, that opens up over the void between two cement walls; on the bottom, like a curious and observant blue eye, sits the liquid spiral of blue light of the eternally moving whirlpool. The visitors cross the narrow metal strip of the bridge, throw a glance beyond the protective barrier into the empty space and, as if playing with echoes, shout: “to see what happens”. Then in the whirlpool at the bottom of the pit, following the spiral motion of the water vortex, a figure will appear to the onlookers and then, drawing energy from its circular motion, it will dart upwards towards the audience, as if attempting to grab at them or as a way of escaping the luminous shadows down there at the bottom of the pit.
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