EDUARDO LUONGO

Naples, 1991 |

His artistic research investigates spaces of a memory that starts from the collective vision by immersing himself in intimate and individual places. Memory is a code, a guideline towards a path that takes shape through sculpture. To an often faded evocation of waxes, the artist alternates the hardness of tools and industrial materials, offering a set of images that trace relational bridges. In bringing out what remains of the figure, the sculpture regains a value of warning and testimony.