The subject chosen by Perrone is a screenshot reproducing a 3D reconstruction of the back of a bodybuilder's knee joint. Cut and completely isolated from the rest of the body, it becomes an abstract element, fluctuating in a flat and atmospheric space where the light describes a volume and surface that are apparently human, yet more similar to those of a sculpture. Perrone considers this subject as an element of an articulated process of stratification and repetition, an endlessly reproducible modular image. Perrone has chosen a form that mirrors and emphasizes the principle of reproducibility – at the core of all printing techniques.
50 x 70 cm
Etching and aquatint on photoengraved matrix
Chalcographic print in two colors, black and silver, on 100% cotton 350 gsm Zerkall Butten paper
Edition of 50 + 10 artist's proofs
Each example is stamped, signed and numbered
Printed by Paolo Nava Studio, Milan
This work is part of the Treccani Alphabet project, a series of unpublished works in a limited edition born from the collaboration with Artissima, the Turin International Contemporary Art Fair.
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