Reenacted scratch on a wall, 2018-ongoing

A gesture: to recall on the walls of the exhibition space a series of graffiti that, in turn, had marked the walls of distant buildings, both spatially (from Urbino to Sudan, from the United States to England and 'Egypt) and temporally (from the 16th to the 20th century). The works are a faithful copy of the originals in size and design. They are a continuos reenactment.


“Semna Temple, Sudan, 1849” reenacted scratch on a wall, 2018


“Oxford University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, UK, 1811” reenacted scratch on a wall, 2018


“Grand Cavernes, USA, 1837” reenacted graffiti on a wall, 2018