Quale futuro

Conceptual Figurative Abstract collection: when painting becomes need to communicate.

Oil on canvas, 50 x 70 cm. Year 2009

Painting published on the Mondadori Modern Art Catalogue 2011.

Psychological analysis of the future that could characterize generation of our children. In particular, child’s feet walking barefoot on the grass are already projected (one of the feet is already crossing the boundary line) towards a future that is now reality, the future of electronics, robotics and multimedia, driven to the point to reduce interpersonal relationships and traditional communication (the robot is symbolically without the mouth).

At this point we naturally ask ourselves a question, which I consider the gold question (that’s reason I plastered the picture with golden question marks): but will the future only be progress, or must it absolutely be a return to man, to a more human dimension? It’s represented by the brown skin newborn, coming from a land, the Africa, where the concept of robotics and progress is so far away, but at the same time it is the cradle of humanity.

Conceptual Figurative Abstract. Right to life, happiness and the desire to shout: “I exist, I live”.

In the Conceptual Figurative Abstract paintings the artist communicates sensations, feelings, joy, passions, anger and life fundamental principles …. in short, the right to life, going beyond the mere representation of reality.

“I exist, I live” and “When painting becomes need to communicate” are therefore the pillars of Sergio Gianluca Notti’s Conceptual Figurative Abstract.

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