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Valentina Miorandi - Bread
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Ivan Moudov - Performing Time
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Luca Trevisani - Gibbous and elusive
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Gianni Caravaggio - Crazy Beans II
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Conrad Ventur - The glamorous Marlene Dietrich performs Pete Seeger
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Andrea Francolino - Performance of a plant
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Adrian Paci - The Princess
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Eva Marisaldi - Mr. Misery
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Riccardo Giacconi - The Variational Status (tenda)
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David Adamo - Untitled
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Serena Vestrucci - The moment when sooner or later you start licking to move forward
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Masashi Echigo  - Apologue
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Nico Vascellari - Bastard of Disguise
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Sara Enrico - RGB (Skin)
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Gianni Caravaggio - What does your soul look like 2
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Kliuanji Kia Henda - Redefining the Power II
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Jacopo Mazzonelli - Noise
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Jessica Stockholder - Without title
Valentina Miorandi - Bread
Ivan Moudov - Performing Time
Luca Trevisani - Gibbous and elusive
Gianni Caravaggio - Crazy Beans II
Conrad Ventur - The glamorous Marlene Dietrich performs Pete Seeger
Andrea Francolino - Performance of a plant
Adrian Paci - The Princess
Eva Marisaldi - Mr. Misery
Riccardo Giacconi - The Variational Status (tenda)
David Adamo - Untitled
Serena Vestrucci - The moment when sooner or later you start licking to move forward
Masashi Echigo  - Apologue
Nico Vascellari - Bastard of Disguise
Sara Enrico - RGB (Skin)
Gianni Caravaggio - What does your soul look like 2
Kliuanji Kia Henda - Redefining the Power II
Jacopo Mazzonelli - Noise
Jessica Stockholder - Without title

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Description

A long pointed wooden stick holds a plaster head made from the mold of a tree and some sharp studs. The sculpture, part of a group of works presented at an exhibition at the Galerija Skuc in Ljubljana, is inspired by the musical performances of the thrash metal group Slayer. In part primordial mace, in part prickly stiletto, in part prophetic stick, the object refers to the liturgical imagery of musical rituals and appears, ironically, ready for use. Only its unlikely size suggests that it is a sculptural formalization.


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