Alessandra’s drawing becomes a lighting sculpture thanks to 3D technology. It’s an imaginary/invented flower, a species which does not exist but which evokes wild and spontaneous flowers. A lit-Led wall lamp in corn resin, hanging between past and future where the image of Capodimonte floral porcelain is transformed through an associative and emotional process.
"The objects’ memory that we touch and which we cope with it’s the deepest secret of our existence. Put one next to the other, the objects have the enigmatic power to interpret a story, ours." O.Pamuk
Led power supply
Materials: hand painted corn resin