?KI IZUMI / GIANNI PEZZANI
TRA L'ACQUA E IL CIELO
rigour of the form, graceful and sensual, which one continually feels like caressing. the material (glass), synonymous with sharpness, even dangerous, cutting, gives way only to the architectural sinuosity or of Japanese forms, often small in size but just as strong, present if almost intangible.
manages with the quick glance of his camera to catch, to stop the dance of who knows what: beings animated for fun.
everything is joy and elegance, colour and lightness: they look like paintings on rice paper, but in fact they are not.
the result of these creative hands that ideally touch each other is a curtain that opens to the pleasure of a look that is immediately serene and accompanied by a light, satisfied smile.
crystal fortresses, vases of air, labyrinths, cathedrals float through space, enlivened by the celestial dance of tiny animated colours....
......and is a magical suspension of the senses!