Marignana Arte presents the solo exhibition of Maurizio Donzelli (Brescia, 1958) titled “Invisibile-No”, curated by Clarissa Tempestini.
The exhibition is arranged around various materials, starting with the distinctive Mirrors, intriguing mixed media works but that do not reflect the beholder, as normal mirrors on our walls do. They are almost “meta-mirrors” reflecting one another, giving their observer but limited chances to find guide-marks, completely displacing the conventions of reception. Who said that you start looking at a work from a specific viewpoint? Just how do we look at a work? Every single thing in this world, as soon as we look at it, changes irretrievably, by the mere fact of being looked at. So looking is not enough, and sometimes is even more deceptive than the senses. The beholder is alone with his inner Ego in front of Mirrors that intermittently attempt to show this invisible place of creation and interpretation.
Along with these mysterious objects there are also several acrylics with which the artist seems to give the beholder a glimmer of hope of being able to sink into their reflecting and tumultuous colours. But actually here they are not supports either, and again there is only us, the work and our mind.