Iginio De Luca


Born in Formia (LT) August 21, 1966 He graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in 1989 Teacher in Decoration and Multimedia Installations at the Academy of Fine Arts in Turin Lives and works in Rome


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Nato a Formia e residente a Roma, 3:00, 2010
Two shots, two landscapes, one on the straight and the other upside down touching the heart, the places from which I took these Mongolian belong to my birth (Formia Hospital) and at my current residence (the terrace of my condo study from which we see a part of Rome). The shot is without a tripod, and each follows a random process, contemplative. This creates a different landscape, the result of the continuing slide of a context on the other. Courtesy Martano Gallery, Turin, Italy

Convention, 1:49, 2010
The debut video is institutional and patriotic, flag waving and anthem is triumphant. The shot widens and the field gradually began more flags and national anthems. Appears under the sign of a tobacconist. The music becomes chaotic, now no longer be distinguished individual melodies, sound, chaos reigns. So the way the work is totally distorted and what was the early hours is not the end.In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy

Manica a vento, 3’02”, 2009
The video is a playful and metaphorical about the current situation of our country. thenational anthem accompanies the image of a flag that depending on how the wind blows is in the left or right of the screen. This movement also guides the flow of the music, if the flag waving to the left, jams and rotates in the reverse, bringing back in time. The images and audio at the same time, they are an excuse to reflect on the pseudo-official institutions, and his paradox. In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy

C6 H8 06, 2’01”, 2008
An aspirin tablet dissolves into a glass of water. The shot enlarges the image so that the object is not immediately familiar to the viewer. This video ironically compares two different spatial dimensions (the micro and macro range) and two contexts which are apparently unconnected, the daily and the cosmic one, respectively. In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy

L'urdemo emigrante, 2’45”, 2008
We can see a puppet animated by an air jet. Background as a high-traffic road. The soundtrack is "l' urdemo emigrante" a famous Mario Merola's song. This is a bittersweet reflection on travel and emigration. In collaboration with Martano Gallery, Turin

Città Natale, 1:55, 2008
Noises, sirens, traffic ... the night sounds of a city that lives the daily chaos of the end giornata.Le Luwian colored, blinking and shimmering lights are the only sound so much activity. Shortly after the field is expanding, the shot lets us see around .... nothing but a small Christmas tree synthetic fiber-optic, haggard and lonely, timid efervescenze emits light. In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy

Duecentosettanta°, 3:33, 2007
A face of a woman, calm and relaxed and the setting is natural, earth sky and trees. Gradually the landscape flows behind the face, is the woman who moves or is the background on the back? After passing through the trees, she landed "back on the grass but now the world is upside down and completely warped. In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy

Autofocus, 04' 10", 2006
This is self-portrait video, a game conceived with the purpose of alternating drama, astonishment and irony. I have tried to superimpose my face on both images of my parents, with the intent to play the miracle of bringing static images back to life. In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy

O dentro o fuori, 1:19, 2006
Sometimes an aquarium is disturbed by apparent electrical shock, the fish flapping in hectic, crazy. Provided inside or outside? Fish or bees? Water or air? Concerns about the banal and everyday reality are atrocious, but also the most comical. In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy

e queste mura potessero parlare, 3:29, 2005-2008
The work is a diagram that at 360 ° a series of mini-films in super eight families from the years 60'-70 '. The job title refers to the common metaphor that features the walls of our house turned into sponges visual and sound containers of domestic life and family memories. In collaboration with Galleria Martano, Torino, Italy