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Exhibition of Memorial Concepts

Artist(s): Paolo Alpe, Carlo Dana, Italy

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Proposal Title: IRAQ ARE YOU! -(the walk of hope), 03/19/2009, Installation

Proposal Synopsis: The walk of hope installation is a walk during which the visitors should feel the initial desperation, represented by the background war images, that step by step become hope through the positive images sited in front of a mirror with the shape of iraq. This one, together with the wall mirror sit on the back of the entry and the walk, reflect the images of the installation together the reflectivity of the visitors that are a real live part of the installation. We have few images that needed us just to show our ideas. The images should be changed in reasons of the meaning of the walk, also just for dimension, colours, or subjects. The walk, on a plexiglass lane, find a path between Iraq's desert sand and between statues, to the last target that was represented by the Iraq mirror where you reflect yourself and where you can feel the awareness that IRAQ ARE YOU! Above three white tarpaulins, moved by different anchored by the roof get the sens of the clouds that at the begin close the space, while at the and open to a larger view.

Artist's Biography: Paolo Alpe was born in 20.01.70, in Rivoli, Italy, and was graduated in architecture at Politecnico di Torino in October 1996. He had opened a architectural workshop to follow the dream to make architecture and artistic buildings. Since 2005 he founded with a friend the box called "Progetto Architettura" that was located in Rivoli. Carlo Dana was born in Turin, in 04.01.63 but now lives in Udine (Italy), where in 2000 founded "Segnoprogetto" a society that have as target to release virtual view, rendering, and 3D animation. Paolo and Carlo are friends since 1993.

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