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Guglielmo Mutti

 

Graduated from IUAV, technical consultant of the Court of Pordenone, lives and works in Caneva (Pordenone).

 

My research for my current works involves memories, tactile sensations of textures already known to me, already seen, which become designs for ancient, tribal figurative concepts occupying a space for incarnation and in this way expressing the power of the spirit that shapes the plasticity of matter. An essential feature of this creative path is the perceptive and figurative force of every single element that contributes to the composition and appears to harmoniously interact, upheld by a sort of light that generates dynamism and completeness.

Following my imagination and observing the perspective and colours projected outside the plane, I see that my journey was just the beginning of a long trip. New eye-catching, exciting perceptions of shape became opportunities to traverse the invisible astri- de a mythical winged steed. An injection of youthful energy and determination spurs me on into a universe capable of representation not only in the mind. This produces a flow of painting whose purpose is to shape and express an intimate vision, transfiguring a concept, an idea, in a three-dimensional structure.

I am now aware that I do not want to overdo my use of matter, nor do I want to exaggerate into sculpture. However, it is clear to me that the space provided by a canvas is not enough to host my visions.

My first works were influenced by cubism and the interpretations appear partially realist. On the other hand, the outlines and flows are stimulated more by abstract symbols, dynamic volumes, not clashing but creating sinuous movement. I see concepts and three-dimensional shapes come to life, reflecting the interest in Futurism typical of my first experiments.

The spiral dynamism of other experiments evokes the power and majesty of the wonderful fossil shells that hold a privileged place in my archaeological memory. Ammonites wrapped in life-giving spirals, protected by shells that surround, enclose and shelter, bring a sense of completion to something not imprisoned but free to breathe. This allows a creative structure, notwithstanding being attached to a sup- port, to project itself outwards, liberating its message of spiritual concreteness into infinite space.

The spiral dynamism of other experiments evokes the power and majesty of the wonderful fossil shells that hold a privileged place in my archaeological memory. Ammonites wrapped in life-giving spirals, protected by shells that surround, enclose and shelter, bring a sense of completion to something not imprisoned but free to breathe. This allows a creative structure, notwithstanding being attached to a sup- port, to project itself outwards, liberating its message of spiritual concreteness into infinite space.