Gardens of March By Francesco Igory Deiana April 23 - May 14
Gardens of March Sculptural organic meditations. Laborious renderings in limbo between analogue and digital realms. Alien and familiar. Like everything that grows. In soil, body or mind. Clean distortion. Fragmented abstracted symbolism. Coded messaging. Transmitters and receivers. Announcing the first waves of Spring. Reflowering.
The exhibition lends it title from the popular Italian pop song IGardini di Marzo from 1972 by Lucio Battisti.