sinestesia differenziale
Piano di Evasione
unaji (napes)
Unaji (Scroll for Italian)
To show what other people cannot see is the duty of research, in art like in other skills and my starting point is the human being, lock in is fortress, on the wall, just a second before he could take a look above the bastions that second is eternity: eternal waiting, follow by a revelation a moment when the look get lost.
To observe a man observing, like an image reflecting herself many times, to become that man and observe myself...
discover myself looking at the unknown desert of my psyche looking at the eternal instant when his looking far away, like I’m looking inside him,looking inside myself.
And this is what I would see: the nape, a zone of our body totally foreign, and so unique.
If I think of my nape I cannot create an image, while is the most unprotected point of my body that I offer to the worlds look. Sensual and so fragile, to her the murders used to point the blade.
UNAJI is the Japanese word for her and in Japan is the only place where there’s a particular attention to this part of body which the Gheisha shows to others, emphasizing her, living her without any make up and free from airs.
This work belongs to a study on the body and its hidden parts. No one can have more than a picture, a mind rapresentation, of his own nape.
E' parte di uno studio sul corpo e sulle parti delle quali non abbiamo una imagine definita. Della nuca in occidente difficilmente si ha una chiara rappresentazione mentale. Unaji è la parola Giapponese per indicare la nuca. Nella cultura nipponica c'e' per tradizione una particolare attenzione a questa parte del corpo che la Gheisha lascia priva di trucco bianco perché là è racchiusa la sua identità e sensualità.
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