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Like the Tubo, the Cilindri praticabili [Practicable Cylinders] can be activated by the viewer who is urged to pass through, stop and rock back and forth, or walk inside the plastic shape. With his chance to tackle the Tuscan square as part of the Nuovo Paesaggio exhibit gone, Mattiacci set up his Cilindri outside, in Parco Nomentano near his studio, where he had just moved from via Laurina, a few steps from Piazza del Popolo, on via Nomentana, near the Aniene River.

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Shortly thereafter, they were transferred into gallery where the public experienced them bringing other semantic nuances to their processual nature. The industrial-technological dimension, instead, finds in his research an intrinsic, natural dialectic polarity in an archaic-primary propensity through which the artist draws attention to the earth as a material evoking ancient peasant rituals and as a place of intervention, as well as the Earth, intended in its primary motions of revolution and rotation, in a continuity that goes from the actions of Lavori in corso [Work in Progress] to Percorso [Route].

Lavori in corso was divided into three events which took place on 23 November at Circo Massimo; they aroused a lot of public interest and caused a great stir, due to the illegal occupation of public land, so much so that the police intervened to suspend the action. At the same time they carried and waved several large pieces of white, green and blue cloth and rested them on the ground, appropriating that land where horse races were held in Roman times.

Finally, they unrolled tar paper on white wooden stands, forming an undulating strip like an ocean wave that transformed the sculpture into an infinite body. This latest action, called Scultura salta ostacoli [Jump Hurdle Sculpture], ideally flips the Brancusian verticality of the Endless Column in a process that makes the plastic form horizontal.

Creative inspiration is that happy moment when you approach the infinite of the cosmos, wherein boundless figures like space and geometric forms, which potentially fill it, are captured and become shapes.

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Shapes that fill, shapes that connect, shapes that set us off on an ideal journey through the emotions suggested to us by the view of nature and the expression of feelings. The breath of the infinitely large takes its ideal shape through the geometric forms of Master Eliseo Mattiacci, in the Cosmic Order that is space as well as time, that is rhythm on lines which are everlasting compared to the tiny grain of our existence.

And yet, from that small fragment of space-instant, Mattiacci was able to grasp and offer to us these aspects of eternity, was able to condense the sense of the permanence of time, of the constant repetition of orbits, of planetary, stellar and even galactic wanderings.

The cosmos is expressed in shapes that only a great artist can grasp, can hold in a work that in turn restores the unending and the eternal, the dimension that escapes us and dismays us. Yes, because dismay is the emotion that binds us to the cosmos; it is the inability to know how to grasp it with our mind and give it a familiar form that makes us friends of the universal vastness. Man contemplates the universe in order to grasp it within the limits of the eye and the mind; one in front of the other, almost closing the life cycle of the begetter and the begotten.

According to modern theories of the formation. The hill upon which Forte di Belvedere rises faces Arcetri, where the Astrophysical Observatory now stands, a space of excellence dedicated to observing the cosmos and researching its mysteries. Forte di Belvedere facing Arcetri: the art, the emotion and the inspiration place themselves before the cosmos, the cause that searches there for the answers and the reasons; once again, man and his eyes admire the cosmos and question it in order to then describe it; artistic forms that accompany scientific studies in order to bring the universe and its wonders back to man.

Forte di Belvedere facing Arcetri; Mattiacci facing Galileo. This does not wish to be a daring comparison, but rather a fact. Mattiacci is inspired by him who first looked at the universe in a new way. He draws inspiration from that first look upon an unknown macrocosm in order to gaze upon the geometric forms that the scientist from Pisa would translate into a scientific language and that today the artist from the Marches translates into evocative shapes.

In reality, within these two figures, now placed one in front of the other, hides the essence of man. This is emotion and rationality, the amazement that becomes language capable to tell stories, to convey that instantaneous yearning that becomes eternal form.

That incessant presence of the force of gravity, which is nothing more than the clear expression of a space-time. Artist Collection, Pesaro. Senza titolo Vuoto [Untitled — Void], ca. Courtesy Galleria Poggiali, Florence. Critical Anthology Cesare Brandi p. Eliseo Mattiacci and Cesare Brandi, ca. Above: Gate, , Villa Brandi, Siena. Da Kounellis ad Acconci. Arte materia concetto , Postmedia Books, Milan, , p. However, in Rome credit must certainly be given to the disinterest of this operation.

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A limit further evident in the elementary nature and ingenuity of an anti-work that wishes to present itself as discourse, in the dexterity of solution to which the work alludes. Rotor is the kinematic object created by Bignardi. The machine-pivot-core. Like an insatiable image-machine it devours every gesture and every setting with which it comes into contact, constructing im-space.

Questioning technology : a critical anthology

Just put it there and it unrolls, running through rooms, corridors, staircases, whole buildings, districts, cities. A true plastic event, it passively accepts every position, every location, creating and reproducing itself to assert its omnipresence and ubiquity. A despotic spatial tyrant, it does not respect our privacy, comes right up to our bed, listens to our conversations, lives with us. What have we done to deserve such a monster?

Anti-relaxation, dissociation, violence, everything can be catalogued. A patient and meticulous sterilizer of creative forms and gestures, his white canvases are pages on which to write or portray the moments and instruments of Ceroli, Tacchi, Mattiacci, Remotti, Pascali Or the simple forms of everyday objects, the gun, resistance the electric resistor of course, get thee behind me ideology!

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Or the chromatic scale, the elements that make up our perceptual panorama, cultural and otherwise. A great notebook, a true diary, indeed, in which Mambor notes down each gesture, each color, each artist that happens to fall under his gaze. Pointless and erroneous to accuse him of plagiarism, of imitation, of sampling. The editors have carefully selected, edited, and introduced the selections with undergraduate students in mind and the readings address many key 21 st century approaches to feminist scholarship.

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