“LamiAgenda” is out! Quindici just published it in Italy. My artworks – one collage (Lost Words, reproduced on the cover) and seven abstract photos from my “Lacer/actions” Project – constitute the iconographic elements of the first “visual” school diary”. “LamiAgenda” is all printed in EasyReading font. Internationally, EasyReading is the only font explicitly “dedicated” to dyslexic readers which, subjected to autonomous and independent scientific research on the degree of legibility, has achieved positive results.
Ecco, è uscita “LamiAgenda”! I miei artworks (un collage – che fa da copertina – e sette foto astratte) del mio progetto “Lacer/azioni” costituiscono la parte iconografica de “LamiAgenda”, il primo diario scolstico “visuale”. E’ tutto stampato con il font EasyReading, carattere ad alta leggibilità, anche per chi vive forma di dislessia. Pubblicato da I Quindici.
ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, “LOST WORDS”, COLLAGE OF PAPER PIECES FROM TORN AND DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTERS , CM.94X51 (ON WOOD).
Abstract (and macro) images of a waste container in Bitonto (Apulia, Italy). Created by Roberto Alborghetti for his “LaceR/Actions” project-research about torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. In the video: quote from the beautiful article wrote by Fernirosso about Roberto Alborghetti and his “LaceR/Actions” project.
Janette Kelly , HR Consultant, from Canada, wrote this comment about the video: “This is truly astonishing and fascinating to me. Our world is a melting pot of cultures – both human and microbial – and every citizen has a personalized microbiome. ROBERTO you have captured this with artistic flair”.
Immagini astratte (e macro) da un cassonetto dei rifiuti a Bitonto (Bari). Video creato da Roberto Alborghetti per il suo progetto-ricerca “LaceR/Azioni” sul “mondo nascosto” della decomposizione naturale attorno a noi. Citazione finale dall’articolo che Fernirossi ha dedicato al progetto di Roberto Alborghetti, “LaceR/Azioni” sul Blog “Cartesensibili”.
Color your days… Color your life…My artworks – one collage (Lost Words) and six abstract photos from my “Lacer/actions” Project – will be the iconographic elements of “MyAgenda” (LamiAgenda), the first “visual” school diary based on a specific subject. Available from Spring 2017. Published by I Quindici, Italy.
Colora i tuoi giorni… Colora la tua vita… I miei artworks – un collage (Parole Smarrite) e sei foto astratte dal mio progetto “Lacer/azioni” – costituiranno la parte iconografica de “LamiAgenda”, il primo diario scolastico “visuale” tematizzato. Disponibile a partire dalla primavera 2017. Pubblicato da I Quindici. Una vera e propria novità editoriale!
This video presents images of a “visual art” experience I led with students of “Sylos” School Institute in Bitonto (Bari, Italy) directed by prof. Angela Maria Mangini. For my project-research named “Lacer/actions”, I guided them through the streets of the city, to discover that even a waste container hides an astonishing world, as shown in the clip…
Immagini di un’esperienza “visuale” che ha coinvolto gli studenti dell’IC “Sylos” di Bitonto, diretto dalla prof.ssa Angela Maria Mangini, nel contesto del mio progetto-ricerca Lacer/azioni. Ho ha guidato gli allievi per le vie della città, a scoprire che anche un cassonetto dei rifiuti nasconde un mondo…”sbalorditivo”, come appunto mostrato nel video.
Yes, there is an amazing paper sky over Milan… In these video I collected some of the macro images I took walking along the streets of Milan (Italy). They’re macro and abstract photos of a decomposed publicity poster I saw on an outdoor billboard. The pictures are part of LaceR/Actions”, a multidisciplinary project and research about the apparent chaos of ripped and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks, crevices, scratches and urban and industrial signs and tokens (I’ve collected so far about 100.000 photos…).
Transferred on canvases, reproduced on lithographic prints or textiles, re-built on collages or scanned in videoclips, the images of torn and disfigured posters and natural cracks, corrosions and scratches give new meanings and expressions to paper lacerations and matters decompositions. They’re not paintings…They’re Lacer/actions!
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“The Ghost Bus” is back… The amazing visual story about the “old and rusty bus”owned by Barton family is on the road again… We will celebrate the “visual adventure in the Land of Robin Hood” next March, from 9 to 11, in Beeston-Nottingham… Read the draft programme presented by Marysia Zipser founder of ACT – Art Culture Tourism:
The Ghost Bus is back. The draft programme by ACT Group. March 9-11, 2017
They’re not paintings. They’re macro photos of pavement cracks by Roberto Alborghetti (from “Lacer/actions” project). “Pavement Cracks” (The Scumfrog Remix) by Annie Lennox. “Where is my comfort zone? A simple place to call my own. ‘Cause everything I want to be. Comes crashing down on me. And it don’t show up in the pavement cracks. I can’t even recognize my tracks. You and I can’t turn the whole thing back. Ooh I wish you well (Love don’t show in the pavement cracks. There will be no turning back)”.
Created by Roberto Alborghetti for his “Lacer/actions” project and research about torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, industrial matters and urban decomposition.