Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Arte Alle Corti - Bus Stop Post Apocalittico

In the courtyard of the Palazzo Carignano, which saw the proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy and the first seat of the Italian Parliament, a pair of artists from Turin Gianfranco Botto and Roberta Bruno brought in the other part of the city.  



The yellow pole of a bus suburban line nailed there waiting for time. Waiting for the last bus. Develops around a visual diorama in which places and architecture blend between real and unreal visions.


When one enters into the courtyard of the palace he will has a strange feeling as if time had stood still, he perceives a world that was and is no longer exist. As if expecting at any moment something can happen. In the diorama peripheral that develops within the structure, the wait component is always present, but from another point of view: areas away from the center of the city, changes never come ...

 

3 comments:

Gunn said...

I LOVE this, and thanks to you ( as well as the artists) for the surprise it was to see this!
I like to see unique art, things I can't figure out straight away, something different & new.

William Kendall said...

What a contrast!

bill burke said...

This a very interesting and unique art concept. Creativity at its best!