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Le Formiche Nere Intarsia Limited Edition

Intarsia Limited Edition

Sideboard with brushed metal legs, doors with inlays and structure veneered in natural maple. Doors with push-pull system and fitted with one internal shelf. It is also available in the hanging version.

Together with his traditional “cancellature” (erasures) they reflect the vision of a world where nature and culture are perfectly balanced, as if to exorcize the risks of a technological intelligence that is too often satisfied with artifice and fears to face a reality that is unchangeable, despite its apparent mutability.

Sideboard with brushed metal legs, doors with inlays and structure veneered in natural maple. Doors with push-pull system and fitted with one internal shelf. It is also available in the hanging version.

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Together with his traditional “cancellature” (erasures) they reflect the vision of a world where nature and culture are perfectly balanced, as if to exorcize the risks of a technological intelligence that is too often satisfied with artifice and fears to face a reality that is unchangeable, despite its apparent mutability.

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Emilio Isgrò

Emilio Isgrò, born in Sicily, is an Italian artist and writer, well-known for his use of the erasure technique in his artistic works. Isgrò made his literary debut in 1956 with the poetry collection “Fiere del Sud” (Arturo Schwarz Editore). In 1964, he first began erasing encyclopedias and other texts, making his personal contribution to the birth and development of visual poetry and conceptual art.

 

Emilio Isgrò

Emilio Isgrò, born in Sicily, is an Italian artist and writer, well-known for his use of the erasure technique in his artistic works. Isgrò made his literary debut in 1956 with the poetry collection “Fiere del Sud” (Arturo Schwarz Editore). In 1964, he first began erasing encyclopedias and other texts, making his personal contribution to the birth and development of visual poetry and conceptual art.