CUBO presents Nube Ardente (Dark Cloud), Fulvio Di Piazza 's solo exhibition curated by Angela Memola, with the critical contribution of Alberto Zanchetta and the scientific contribution of Romano Camassi.
Works are exhibited which were inspired by the hot topic of the balance of the ecosystem, which has been disrupted by policies lacking respect for the environment. The denunciation of society's indifference through art, offering a reorganisation of environmental processes.
Through the universal language of art, the artist Di Piazza denounces the indifference of society while offering a vision capable of reorganising environmental processes. His works with anthropomorphic subjects represent the direct contact of the forces of the universe - water, earth and fire - with the elements of the biosphere - flora and fauna -, inventing 'unprecedented' crops and animal species that become 'attempts at existence' of a habitat that is hardly inhuman.
The contribution of INGV researcher Romano Camassi adds value to the project, observing the natural and built environment and interpreting its signs with the tools of scientific research (history, geology, seismology, volcanology). In-depth knowledge of these external and internal worlds and the sharing of experience and wisdom are the primary tools for devising strategies to prevent and reduce natural hazards, raising awareness among the community. This is the basic idea that has been moving those involved in scientific research for some years now to experiment with forms of communication, to promote educational experiences towards different worlds (schools, voluntary work, public squares), using multiple and unthinkable languages.