They have been and are hard months, where each one of us is called upon to do our part against the virus in order to avoid its spread.
The lockdown has put us to the test, both physically and mentally and for this reason the artist Cosimo Scotucci has decided to dedicate an installation to all of us, no one excluded.
Entitled “InsideOut”, it is an installation that wants to celebrate people, but in particular the courage and attitude of each of us.
Staying home, watching time slowly pass is not easy, but we did it for a greater goal.
Using an 8-meter disc with a small 12mm hole in the center, the Italian artist transformed the famous Roman Pantheon into the largest darkroom in the world. This will project an ever-changing inverted image of the exterior onto all surfaces, depending on the time, the hour and the color of the sky.
InsideOut starts with this very introspection, mirroring the outside world inside out, turning it inside out, trying to get us to discover what’s going on inside of us, rather than just projecting what’s around us.
With the hope that despite the grayness of these months that surrounds us, everyone can rediscover the beauty inherent within us but not only, here are all the photos.