by ZOOM magazine. Speaker and translation: Sara Mariani.

mc2 gallery presents Roberto Kusterle at Acquario Civico, Milan.
In Roberto Kusterle’s artworks body and marine nature are blended into one reality. The 14 photographs, in large format, were born from a long and labored shoot on negative in the study having the models, or nymphs, who voluntarily hide their hands and drop their gaze to avoid distracting the viewer from the content, and from a subsequent phase of scrupulous processing in post-production. In an interchange between women, mythology and marine nature, Roberto Kusterle employed original period clothes, manually substituting precious jewelry and hair tiaras with as many luminous figures, this time consisting in fish, crab nippers, tentacles and shells. Also, on the garments fabric, he graphically inlayed famous scenes and pictures from classic mythology. Roberto Kusterle has already realized a new series of artworks that he is still keeping secret, but he revealed us the characters, stuffed animals who come back into life entering or exiting human
bodies.

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