LEONARDO NAVA – 2014
Made of hazelwood woven and wound around the trees, this circular structure with a varying outline develops uninterrupted. It draws a line but also marks an opening on that effort, all too human, to understand the infinitude of nature.
Limite infinito (Infinite Limit) is the synthesis of an opposition, in which the limit is an attempt to measure, modify and control space and time, the infinite is that of the cyclical essence of nature, which, silent and apparently immobile, continues to sustain life. And within which human beings build their ideals of the finite, weaving fragile constructions of their own lives.