Art Alberonero goes back to Sicily with Marea, his last installation
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Alberonero goes back to Sicily with Marea, his last installation

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Giulia Pacciardi
Alberonero torna in Sicilia con Marea | Collater.al 1

It was September 2017 when Alberonero and Sirio Vanelli reached the Etna Volcano for Altro Paesaggio, an installation created to tell the topography, the landscape and the deep imaginary linked to the Sicilian volcanic complex.
Almost a year later Alberonero goes back to the island, but this time he stops in Pozzallo for the Festival Borders Art, an initiative created by the association RU_a in collaboration with Cufù.

With Marea, his new project realized together with Marco Boselli, the artist continues to research and create a dialogue with the
surrounding places and spaces, giving a new identity to Piazza delle Sirene, an abandoned place.
Mixing the world of installations with that of painting, Alberonero creates a link between the sea and the architecture.

His last work is a work of mobile architecture that invites the viewer to play, to move around it, to find new points of view between the full and transparent elements, to see the sea and everything around in a new way.

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Written by Giulia Pacciardi
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