Hot Air Recipes 1 | Ricette per la frittura dell’aria 1

Here is the first one of a series of Recipes About Air Heating, which is so popular among critics and art-writers in general.

Cardboard Towns“Hypnagogic fragments of inner banlieues, crumbled cosmologies of conjectural big bangs wandering over a post-Hopper-esque metropolitan Arcadia. Theese are the acrylic perspectives that Marco B., aged enfant terrible of animation movies, opens wide through his canvas with a seemingly playful, long-winded game, where titles – apotropaic tool against all self-worship – sail the long waves of dadaist (before) and surrealist (then) lesson. Suggesting tensions, semantic displacements in the everlasting polemos – so called – between imago and verbum – between occipital cortex and Broca’s area. Ridentibus arrident humani vultus, as Horatius says. Now – I beg your pardon, but I have to finish my second portion of spiced tripe.”

Callisto Anselmo Facchi, in “Contemporary Art & Soup”, n° 23, 2007

Inizia oggi una serie di ricette per la frittura dell’aria, molto popolari tra i critici e chi scrive di arte in generale.

“Scampoli ipnagogici di banlieues interiori, detritiche cosmologie di big bang ipotetici erranti al di sopra di un’arcadia metropolitana posthopperiana: sono queste le prospettive acriliche che Marco B., maturo enfant terrible del cinema d’animazione, spalanca sulle sue tele in un’apparente logorrea giocosa, i cui titoli – strumento apotropaico di ogni egolatria – veleggiano sulle onde lunghe della lezione dadaista prima e surrealista poi a suggerir tensioni, spostamenti semantici nel polemos eterno – o presunto tale – tra imago e verbum, tra corteccia occipitale e area di Broca. Ridentibus arrident humani vultus, per dirla con Orazio. Ora scusatemi, ma devo finire la seconda porzione di trippa.”

Callisto Anselmo Facchi, in “Contemporary Art & Soup”, n° 23, 2007

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.