Alberonero is now in Salento invited to take part of a new edition of the Viavai project. Keeping up his fascination for colour and basic geometrical shapes like the square, Alberonero creates pieces that talk about balance and harmony being “Errore di rotazione su ombra ferma, 7 toni”, his most recent mural, a clear example of this. In this occasion the artist chooses to add a little twist to his signature imagery bringing what we could call a rhythmic movement to the composition by rotating his already iconic square-shaped figures and integrating them to its surroundings in a perfectly balanced way. The artist about his work: “Square as prime and complete shape. The juxtaposition of multiple forms to create a balance among the images. The geometry of the shape, the use of a spontaneous stroke gives me the chance to create effective proportions in relation to the architecture of the location with a more abstract dimension. I add my planar vision to the three dimensionality of the space, a flat, neat grid, that is the base of each construction in my vision. The color scale as aesthetic element of an a not so apparent continuity. With the use of multiple stratification levels, I can give dynamism to the composition, which is apparently extremely static. I believe that water colors are the most efficient mean to convey my work.” – Alberonero Images by Viavai
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