Peter Sposito in collaboration with Inspired by WeLoveColors.
"I remember that as soon as he told me his intentions in an arousing way, I couldn't do any other thing than replying him how funny it was for me that in the end that he was just using black. 'black is a color though, the compendium of all colors, so it's white'. It was then when I finally understood that the reconstruction he was going to get into, was not about darkness or absence... It was about the light, how to comprehend the color, about accepting it, assimilating it, loving it and then know how to reduce it. getting an implosion as a result. a coherent conclusion in which light, color and shape turns into one.
Cutting, sewing and sticking pins, drawing, breaking, getting desperate, starting back from scratch. Playing with materials, analyzing them and then putting them down. 'black is a color though, the compendium of all colors, so it's white'.
The reconstruction had kicked off and the smell of the volcanic lava could be recognized. It had exploded. It was the beginning of the Bing-Bang."