Artist, humanist, architect and philosopher, Marino di Teana is part of a generation of prospective artists in the 1960s who questioned the relationship between art, architecture and space.
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|Artist||Marino di Teana|
|Author||Ouvrage collectif. Préface de Jean-Michel Wilmotte|
|Number of pages||256|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||290 x 250|
Member of GIAP (International Group of Prospective Architecture), he developed in the late 1950s a sculptural practice open to the problems of architecture and social housing, as in his project Arquitectura del futuro (1958) for which the notions of space are totally redefined.
In 1963, he is described by Michel Ragon as a prominent representative of Sculpture-Architecture. Dominated by a conception of total art, the artist aims to permanently associate sculpture with architecture in the city.
"All my sculptures are architectural models. I wish I could stretch them to the scale of the building. " For Marino di Teana, space has a plastic role and counts as much as the masses. "My sculptures, or rather my structures, are designed strictly on the basis of the concept of tri-unit logic. To create a harmonic dialogue in space, we need a certain number of free forms, as between two people who dialogue, it takes a certain distance for the conversation to be meaningful. If the universe is beautiful, it is thanks to the relationship between volume and space at all levels."
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