SCULPTURE - Aluminum and lost wax casting
cm 50 x 120 x 50
In the work of Lorenzo Galligani (Acqua, 2017), the emblematic form of a tense arm pointed to the ground, in the circle where the sky is reflected in a lapped surface, refers to a symbolic and mysterious motif, beyond the indications of the artist himself when explaining his work. The pointed index of the hand evokes Adam's primitive contact with the divine spark of creation. In this ambiguous allusion, it seems possible to read the recall, in conjunction with the luster of metal, the generating and natural principle of life.