The sculptural installation Pharma, composed of 55 modules made in 55 variants of the colour marine green, is designed to be suspended at a great height. Developing itself on a vertical plane diagonally tilted, Pharma appears in the dark like water from a waterfall or, in the daylight, an avalanche of boulders in free fall. Based on the logic of aesthetic ambiguity, the modules represent both the stones of the river bed and the water itself. The strength is returned from the random forms of stones, made by the artist in a logic of “Deriddadiana” deconstruction where the new, the fact and the hand of sculptor are erased. Liquidity is represented by phosphorus which touches every single form as luminous water.
If the characteristic scene of the contemporary world is the escape of nature from the landscape, Giorgio Bevignani with Pharma reconsiders the binomial humanity-nature, putting it outside its usual structuring and evoking in the spectator the lost sense of the sublime. The suspension of Pharma in the exhibition location deconstruct the space, time becomes the perception of the intangible.