PAV Torino opens the solo exhibition “Temporary Landscape. Herbaria, maps, and diaries” by artist Eugenio Tibaldi from 6 November 2021 to 27 February 2022. Curated by Marco Scotini, the art exhibition focuses on the artist’s graphic works as a hybrid method that embraces aesthetics, photography, architectural design, and reflections on theory.
The artist aims to trace on a micro-scale the ecological transformations of our time and find a short-term correspondence between man and the environment that by nature are changeable and never definitive.
Eugenio Tibaldi underlines this new temporariness starting from the reflection on the times imposed by the unauthorized developments inherent to commercial building practices, focusing on structures destined to survive only a few months like the seized yards and the illegal concrete constructions never completed, which for their static nature redesign our aesthetic boundaries.
This exhibition highlights our nomadic way of living in a landscape that can only be temporary.