Paolo Scirpa italiano


[…] A series of paths in a cruciform-shape place the spectator at the heart of the work, but nonetheless in an environmental setting that is no longer that of ordinary experience, though at the same time it does not require any overall physical modification of canons of perception. Walking over/in the work, spectators are conscious of how their basic bodily conditions, such as a vertical position, and the relationship between their verticality and the horizontal dimension of the support, are modified and perhaps even threatened by looking into these abyssal perspective views […]

Flaminio Gualdoni, september, 2000

Three-dimensional ludoscopes

Two-dimensional ludoscopes and paintings

City planning projects

Consumerist works

Sculptural works

Other works

Early career

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Ludoscope. Well-expansion, 1979. Detail. Wood+neon light+mirror, 67x84x84cm. Museo del Novecento, Milan