Edoardo Tresoldi unveiled his artwork, Simbiosi, at Arte Sella sculpture park, in Italy’s Trentino Valley, known for its exhibition of art pieces by artists and architects such as Eduardo Souto de Moura, Kengo Kuma, Michele De Lucchi and Ettore Sottsass. The naturalistic location, damaged after a storm, is now open to the public after its reconstruction: the artwork by Tresoldi is placed on a hill that is the result of the transformation of nature and that didn’t exist before the storm. The sculpture itself will be definitely part of the landscape as it changes through time.
The sculpture by the Italian artist is a combination, for the first time in his career, of the Absent Matter, the transparent wire mesh, with the materiality of local stones, placed inside the structure. Simbiosi, a 5 meteres high sculpture, combines architecture and nature raising to the sky as an antique ruin and levitating between consciousness and unconsciousness. The art piece connects earthly and spiritual dimensions, the need to be connected to the natural element and, at the same time, to interpret it.
- Edoardo Tresoldi
- Parco Arte Sella, Trentino