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Asking Shelter, 2017

Asking Shelter is a series of sculptures that represents archaic, essential huts constructed with rose branches cast in bronze, that have shapes of shelters existing since thousands of years in different areas of the planet - highly symbolic and narrative forms. They offer shelter and safety, but also oblige us to stay alert, they might also harbor danger. On some of the branches there are silver reproductions of small metamorphic insects that have backs backs like rose thorns (from the family of the Membracidae).


Photo: Andrea Rossetti, Daniele Signaroldi

Thanks to: Silvia Cascione_ Moodwax