- October 14th, 2014
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Welcome back Carlo Pisa with the second chapter of his DE STRUCTURA 3 portfolio.
Milan (Italy).The Bovisa district
There is a border that Carlo Pisa wanted to cross.To see beyond the sharpness, to perceive the shapes outside, over those completed borders, resolute. To catch a glimpse of other universes, to provoke the differences between them.
Light opens new visions. The known matter disappears and transforms, regenerating itself. The colors reconceive, renewing themselves in an endless dance.
To deduce (to take away) the visible, and induce (to give) the mechanical/human eye to concentrate on the full emptiness, looking away from the immediate.To perceive the harmonics of the image – not the dominant, but the hidden movable or immovable.
The work of Carlo Pisa is here, within these inexact borders. Not out of focus, or outside the focus or even inside of it, that is the space that the exact focus hides. The blurring of the images shows the life of the middle, which investigates the choking of light that an aware and direct eye perceives, and to subvert the hierarchy of shapes and lines, capturing the poetry which is in everything.
Text by Oxana Maleeva (Curator)
Milan (Italy). The Bovisa disrict
Milano (Italy) near the Arena Civica
Milan (Italy) The back of the Pirelli Cavi Building. Bicocca district.
St.Petersburg (Russian Fed). Vosstanya st.
Milano (Italy) near Rogoredo station
Carlo Pisa was born in Italy. Currently he lives and works between Italy and Russia.
In 1982, he started studying photography and began work as David Lees’ assistant on the staff of the photographers of the Time Life group. He also was part of international working teams and was involved in international workshops on photojournalism hosted by Alex Webb, Jeff Jacobson, Bob Sacha, Tomasz Tomaszewski and Jane Evelyn Atwood.
From 1984 to 2004 he worked as a professional photojournalist.
As of 2004, he has been engaged in individual researches meant to be the first step of an exclusively artistic path.
To read more about Carlo’s professional work and exhibitions go to his first post on aamora.