A slender, light, ephemeral and abstract sculpture, it is a weightless ideogram.
Absence and essence of light.
It’s the emotion of an indirect light with an aesthetic poised between Scandinavian and Japanese design, two apparently distant cultures but, actually, very close.
At the top, a thin metal open circle, almost a hook for fishermen of the soul.
It was born from Davide Groppi and Giorgio Rava’s reflection on 20th century art and on Fausto Melotti’s “thin sculptures”, metaphysic matter invading space with a light and musical rhythm.