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Gianni Caravaggio describes the work of art as “a device for demiurgic acts.” The artist believes that every work is an original intuition that contains within itself a new form of consciousness. His sculptures are primary worlds, realms within which even the most abstract thought is almost necessarily manifested in corporeal manner. Utilizing marble, bronze, and aluminum, but also polystyrene, cream, and sugar, Caravaggio establishes a dialogue in his works between heavy materials belonging to the sculptural tradition and light and ephemeral materials, thus creating dynamic situations between form and anti-form, structure and entropy. The physical forces that govern the universe are the broad context to which Caravaggio refers. [...]
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