MATtam 36

Manto Arte Temporanea | Temporary Art Manto
short exhibitions in found spaces

Il Cubo | Via XX Settembre 31 | Mantova

Pierpaolo Parogni

Materia viva

Saturday September 3 2016
only between 5:30 and 7:30 PM

Fired clay, lime, lead + zinc alloy, wood, iron rod, geolite, vegetable fibres. This work comes from the show "Ambiart", born from the wish to stimulate a reflection about that which is destroyed and that which could be achieved by re-using and re-setting various materials. To give new dignity to matter and to the infinite materials generated by the basic elements existing in nature. Physics and metaphysics, form and volume, use and re-use.

Pierpaolo Parogni, born 1967 in Mantua, Italy, lives and works in Mantua. He is a sculptor and physician. After a long hospital career he is now working in the emergency room and is chief of the serious cognitive disability unit. He also manages health education and multicultural interaction programs. He has been active in sculpture since an early age mostly producing works with iron rod. 2000: selected by the Belforte municipality for a fountain project. 2003: founder of "Playarte Comunication", a volunteer service for the arts active in Mantua and Leghorn. 2005: selected with Pablo Echaurren and Alexander Jakhnagiev to exhibit paintings made with the Homeless in the Rome subway stations. 2005, 2006, 2007: works at the helm of "Rintracciarti". 2007: founds with two friends "Cubo Studio", a site that promotes contemporary art. Exhibits his art in London, Rome, Piombino, Radicondoli, Venturina.

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