Don’t Shoot the Messenger, 2023

Don’t Shoot the Messenger, 2023

Canvas on stretcher (50 × 50 cm) cut vertically in two, one half still mounted on the strecher, the other half suspended from the lower part of the strecher, white paint, Harlequin pattern textile glued on reverse of canvas, pencil written text (NEC SPE, NEC METU) on...

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Memory of a Bird (Rear-View Mirror), II, 2020

Memory of a Bird (Rear-View Mirror), II, 2020

Bronze casting of a wood plank, 154 x 24 x 4 cm, six silk ribbons in various colours, one hemp string, vintage rear-view mirror mounted on wall, pencil on wall, overall dimensions, ca. 170 x 179 x 95 cm. Signed and dated Certificate. Unique. detail

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Persona (Chair/Megaphone), 2020

Persona (Chair/Megaphone), 2020

Aluminum casting of a chair, 80 x 40 x 40 cm and a megaphone, 23 x 23 x 34,5 cm, sitting surface as a 3 mm glass plate, adaptable aluminum pole, electronic devices, speaker, audio work (ca. 9 min.) saved on a digital device contained in the megaphone, motion detector,...

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Rhinocéros /Bérenger, 2018

Rhinocéros /Bérenger, 2018

Diptych Two colour photographs (pigment prints on FineArt Baryte paper). Each individually framed with passpartout; images size, each 17,6 x 9,1 cm; aluminum frame size, each 42,5 x 31 x 3,5 cm. Ed. 3 (+ 1 A. C.) The reference of this work is to be found in my renewed...

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How Could ‘Godot’ End?, II (Spinning Top/Toupie), 2012

How Could ‘Godot’ End?, II (Spinning Top/Toupie), 2012

Pencil and ballpoint pen ink on paper in artist’s Plexiglass frame (overall dimensions 85x141x11 cm) Unique Photo: Marco Blessano; © Vittorio Santoro The surface of the paper is filled with notes and observations about a spinning top (toupie). I also added instructions for kinds of ‘choreographies’ for an evaluation of a given time span. Dimensions […]

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