Now open at LEA 21 is "CHAOS, KOSMOS" by Giovanna Cerise. In her note card she explains that according to the Greek term "is the immensity not measurable and unlimited of the primitive space (and so the blend and the disorder and the fortuity) in which the kosmos originates, that is the beautiful, good and rational order of the world, which always comes from a messy background." The structures a defined by mathematics or physical formulas.

I guess Giovanna had not the Bible in mind when she created the installation, but I was reminded of this: The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters. (Genesis 1:2)

God must not be consiered as an old white bearded as t sitting somewhere in heaven. It can be regearded as the creative force in everyone of us. And here we enjoy the creativity, the Komos of an artist. As so often with Giovanna's installations I could have taken countless photos as the interferences of the prims give new impressions from every angle. Bu this has to be experienced. So come and see for yourself!

Let the compass at the landing spot guide you trough the work.


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