Techniques: plasma cutting, oxidation
Materials: copper, lead, iron, MDF
The work is a graphic-sculpture created for the final exhibition of the TAM specialized course in artistic treatment of metals by master Arnaldo Pomodoro, and is the result of the process of internalizing the lived landscape during a three-month residency in the medieval village of Pietrarubbia (PU).
The blind window mirrors the information present in the landscape of real windows: on the right side is visible a glimpse of Mount Carpegna, a rock formation of great charm, whose morphology presents striations of red color due to the presence of iron oxides. The left side depicts a mountain spur known by locals as "the finger".
The artwork in lead and copper, plasma cut, welded and fire oxidized, is supported by a structure made of iron and MDF. It measures about 1.10 meters by 80 cm. The sculpture was exhibited at the Arnaldo Pomodoro Museum in Montefeltro and it currently belongs to the permanent collection of TAM.