Verso

Monastero Bormida AT

Inside a medieval tower, two rooms are crossed by three lines that invite the eye to look outside towards the river and the nearby mill.
“Verso” celebrates the elements of the area: water, earth, wine, corn.
These elements, their scents, redefine new boundaries, attempt a de-territorialization of everyday space, enter it in order to re-define it, following directions that go through it, into it, and somewhere else.
In the room beneath this one a line of earth disturbs the space.
Above, a line of corn pierces the floor and leads to a window.
A plastic tube is knotted in the middle - one half filled with wine and the other with water and it crosses both rooms.

Soil ground, grain, water, wine, cane water, nylon thread, window.