This new work forms part of an important forthcoming exhibition at Galerie Andrea Caratsch, Zurich. Entitled 'Still Life', the exhibition presents a series of monochromatic paintings, largely of props and corners in the artist's studio and working environment, painted using a detailed semi-pointillism technique that from afar reveals the subtle recreations of brushes, skulls, jars and work surfaces.
Luca Pancrazzi's point of view turns upside down normal visions, he stimulates our fantasy along routes and thoughts about the present.
"Nothing in this world is completely identical for the reason that two bodies cannot take up one and the same place. Each body is identical to itself only." These words of the Florentine mathematician Corrado Brodgi can be taken as an epigraph to the artist's creation.
"What is important is not what and how I see, but rather the relationship between the thing that I see and me personally. We receive visual images from a single element or groups of elements; whether they are manifestations of nature or of human beings. Can we decode it? And with what degree of distortment?" Luca Pancrazzi offers us the chance to reflect on this subject of perception.