FRAGMENTS INDÉCIDÉS

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The Threshold

No man’s lands, green fragments within the urban space, on the boundary between man’s imprint and his absence. They are the product of the tension between the anthropic element and neglect, where nature silently regains possession of what man abandons or overlooks.

Urban corners, sometimes invisible or daily assimilated by the eye, carriers of an acquired ordinariness of landscape: they do not even show the sign of a struggle between re-emerging biodiversity and the greyness of concrete, deteriorating but

resisting. “Fragment indécidé du jardin planetarie”: this is how Gilles Clément defined the Third Landscape, the undetermined fragment of the planetary garden consisting in the whole

of the places given back to nature by man’s neglect.

Our vision aims at describing the shift along the city’s threshold affecting co-existing forms of life. This is the point of maximum expansion (and subsequent stop) of the urban element, but also of nature where it borders on concrete. Searching for intersections at the mutual end of the line of an illusory conquest.

Rome (Italy) 2016-2017

 

FRAGMENTS INDÉCIDÉS, a joint work co-signed by Officine Creative Italiane (Claudia Ioan + Massimiliano Tuveri) exploring the Third Landscape in the suburban areas of our capital city.

Currently on exhibition at Museo Civico Palazzo Della Penna, Perugia, Italy.

 

 

Under exclusive license: Doka Photography. Limited edition (48+2) Fine Art prints available via www.doka.photography

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