Yes, there is an abstract world under our feet … These are some of the images I took in Florence (Italy). They’re macro photography of a disfigured pavement . 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. 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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Lacer/actions Project by Roberto Alborghetti reached 100.000 photos collected around the world! In this video-portfolio: 24 pictures reproduced on Lithographic Prints (Framed works, 72×52 cms). The images of the clip aren’t paintings or digitally made works, but simply macro and abstract photos of the world around us, as torn publicity posters, natural cracks, scratches and corrosions. Fragments of decomposed matters… For informations and exclusive acquisitions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Video created by Roberto Alborghetti, for Lacer/actions project and research about torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, industrial and urban decompositions. They’re not paintings, but…simple macro photos of the reality around us.
A video to celebrate the World Water Day 2018. The pictures of the video are not paintings or digitally made compositions, but abstract and macro photos that I took for my project-research “Lacer/actions” around an old boat in Torre del Mare (Apulia, Italy).
This is not a painting! This is a natural (and not manipulated) macro and abstract photo of decomposed matters. The picture is part of Roberto Alborghetti’s “LaceR/Actions” project-research, which reached 100.000 photos taken all around the world. See the artwork (and other 14) displayed at ACS Artsy Gallery.
Fifty years ago (1967) a great song hit the world: “A Whiter Shade Of Pale” by Procol Harum. Roberto Alborghetti visual art (“Lacer/actions” project) meets this wonderful masterpiece of the music. The pictures of the video are not paintings but abstract photos about torn and disfigured publicity posters and decomposed materials.