Paolo Scirpa and the sculptural, monumental characteristics of light

Curated by Andrea Del Guercio

01 January 1999

Cubic labyrinth, 1998. White painted wood, 49x49x49 cm. Vismara Arte, 2004

[…] Scirpa's expressive approach in his “;Cubic labyrinth”; reveals his preference for a new, monumental sculptural dimension, comprising the vast heritage of experience that he developed over the course of his thirty-year career as an artist. The end result is sculpture considered in terms of “;architecture of the location.”; Using light, Scirpa once again uses experimental techniques to generate an enveloping sculptural and visual mass, in which a cubic form generates a path which, from a different point of observation, appears both pared down and labyrinthine [… ]

Milan, 1999