BIANCHIZARDIN presents 'Sustainability is an Artistic Attitude', a journey of social, environmental and economic awareness explored by artists through matter.
The term sustainability is now understood with a meaning that embraces the environment and relates it to the economy and society, the balance between man and nature becomes the starting point for the creation of works that transform waste into resources.
By communicating ethical and sustainable values, art generates care for people and the environment. The recycling of matter, the choice of non-polluting substances are nothing but a form of respect and a gesture that leads to introspection.
With their works, the artists invite the viewer to reflect on the here and now, anguish and fear caused by the uncertainties of the historical moment we live in cannot be ignored but transformed.
Unprepared canvases, enamels and sprays are the tools with which this artist searches for a truer version that corresponds to his feeling of creativity.
"In matter resides our energy. We make art to give to others".
This statement by the artist is realised in his "Fluxo" sculptures in which matter and nature find a renewed collocation.
Water symbolises life and rebirth, water that transforms and brings environmental and spiritual change. A change that is captured in a series of small watercolours inside plexiglass blocks.
With the use of cow dung recovered from a sacred Hindu temple, the artist searches for a formal rigour that polarises the tension on today's major social issues and on personal identity that disintegrates into a single frame.
The use of discarded material from the construction world is the basis of a melody of the soul expressed through colours that tell the artist's story.
Man and nature are a winning combination, a power lost long ago.
The sculpture Six in the Soul becomes a symbol of hope for the human race that continues to destroy the environment in which it lives.
The artist seeks the essentiality of the human soul in the expressions of faces and the gestures of hands. It is a simplicity that comes from the very preparation of the beech boards on which he paints a few intense strokes that take on intensity and drama with the contrast between black and white
The inability to communicate and above all to see our interlocutor generates distance and incomprehension. Everyday objects that are no longer used take on new life and make the viewer an integral part of the work.
Unexpected combinations and assemblages create a mutation of visual beliefs. The reuse of paper allows the artist to investigate unknown parts of himself.
The earth itself becomes a work of art, unrepeatable snapshots due to the light and position of the planet offer visions of a nature that perfectly matches the origin of pictorial currents.
The dense weave, the artist's hallmark, is a symbol of rebirth and resilience.
Telling a story that communicates the possibility of change.