“Blue Tracks / Tracce Blu” was made exactly 10 years ago: in January 2010. I created it through the Animoto platform, accepting the challenge of producing a video clip of thirty seconds of maximum duration. I took some of the macro photographic images of torn advertising posters. This is another video clip for “Lacer/actions” project. The dominant color of these images is blue And the tears and decomposition of paper often take the form of water, rain, ice and sky.
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“Tracce Blu” è stato realizzato 10 anni fa, nel gennaio 2010. L’ho creato attraverso la piattaforma Animoto, accettando la sfida di produrre un videoclip di trenta secondi di durata massima. Ho preso alcune delle immagini fotografiche macro di manifesti pubblicitari strappati e decomposti. Il colore dominante di queste immagini è il blu. E gli strappi e la decomposizione della carta assumono spesso la forma di pioggia, cieli, acqua e ghiaccio…
“Glorious Morning”, original Piano solo by young talented composer and pianist Gene Emerson, goes with “Lacer/actions” artworks by Roberto Alborghetti (macro and abstract photos of torn and decomposed publicity posters and matters). Inspired by a Rumi’s poem. New version of the video originally released in Spring 2013.
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Eleven photos by Roberto Alborghetti, for his “Lacer/actions” project, go on aluminum plates. How macro photos of decomposed matters can change and renew the concept of interior design and decoration. The 11 installations has been made for a private collection (Fai Service). Infos and contact: email@example.com
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.
Video about a Limited-Edition of Silk Scarves totally made in Italy. Special and unique design by Roberto Alborghetti for his “Lacer/ actions” project about images of torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban/industrial tokens. Silk scarves created with the collaboration of Bruno Boggia Disegni, Como (Italy). For infos and purchases: email@example.com
LaceR/Actions Project by Roberto Alborghetti reached 100.000 photos collected around the world! In this video-portfolio: 24 pictures reproduced on Lithographic Prints (available in framed works, 72 x 52 cms ).
The images of the clip aren’t paintings or digitally made works, but simply photos of the world around us, as torn publicity posters and decompositions of matters… We may see things that we don’t even imagine.
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Celebrating 100.000 photos for Lacer/actions project! The pictures of the video are not paintings or digitally made compositions, but abstract photos Roberto Alborghetti took for his project-research Lacer/actions, around an old boat in Torre a Mare (Apulia, Italy). Soundtrack: Tick Tock, by Jimmy Fontanez. Video by Roberto Alborghetti
New edition of the video with soundtrack composed, performed and produced by Eylon Malhi. Music goes with abstract pics from my Lacer/actions project about the decomposition of posters, urban and industrial materials. Four minutes of music and visual art… The photos presented in the videoclip are magnifications of corrosions, cracks and scratches that I saw on a waste container in Rome (Italy). Abstracted from their context and place, they became a sort of warm colors palette. Videoclip by Roberto Alborghetti.