Spazio Nour in Viale Bligny hosts the anthological exhibition by Tuscan photographer Mauchi.
"Indetermination" is the photographic exhibition by Mauchi that will open at Spazio Nour in Viale Bligny 42 on Tuesday 6 June at 6 pm.
The exhibition is an anthology of Mauchi's art curated by Elisabetta Rizzuto and dedicated entirely to black and white photography. "Mauchi sees black and white - reads the presentation - one inseparable from the other, the yin and yang from which everything originates. Black is cold, dark, deep, inert and coexists with white which is warm, clear, epidermal and dynamic. In this chromatic geography, grey is an undefined colour and complementary to itself. Mauchi forces the photographic gesture by composing graphics, signs and drawings. Like the 'grass style' of Chinese calligraphy, all Mauchi's work is characterised by the search for the form of a harmony existing in nature, which is captured beyond the object of representation, often no longer recognisable even to the most attentive eye".
The curator links the artist's work with one of the most fascinating theories of modern physics, the Principle of Indetermination, inviting the public to reflect on the relational dimension of art. As Heisenberg, the father of quantum mechanics, argues, the observer and the observed in relation to each other generate changes that are always different and unpredictable. In the same way, all Mauchi's photography is imprecise, undefined and has no given determination because it can take on different ones and generate an infinite range of perceptions and sensations.
The exhibition will be open from 6 June to 20 June, from Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays by appointment (call 388.7881752). Free entrance.
MAUCHI is a visual experimenter. Born in 1973 in Lucca, he began taking photographs at a very young age, self-taught. He soon added video production to his photography. He is passionate about oriental cultures and is a practitioner of aikido, a Japanese martial art. He lived in Liguria and then in Prato, where he met Elisabetta Rizzuto, with whom he collaborated on artistic projects. Today he lives in Lucca and works between Italy and Switzerland.