Alberto Finelli | Full and Empty

I have tryed to show visibly a moment of σύνΘεσις ( put together ) where the dialectic unity
between external and internal is realized, the unity between the external phenomenal world and the internal unconscious world that like Jung explains presents also a common aspect in all the humanity.

Result of an abstract drawing act, the dark parts are an equivalent of the fluent and frantic rythm of the soul, of the strenght-primitiveness-purity of the life. A sort of spontaneous prose or action painting but not without a sure rational basis that spells the irrational movement of the mind. A rationality established from the lines of contour of the subject that brings to the concrete representation of the phenomenal world. I agree with the attachment of Picasso to the objective world, mostly in a moment of art in which seems that strongholds aren’t there.
Baudelaire writes in Written on art, 1862 : “Not only the etching seems done to exalt the individuality of the artist, but could be also difficult for its creator don’t impress on the plate his most hide personality ”. Which better way than etching to show the internal image of myself on the landscape and to comunicate to others my feeling towards the investigated territory? And the feeling I feel in front of the world is a sensation of estrangement, reversal, like often the shot of the work attests.

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