Taking water from the mouth (right video) of the Tevere river to throw it on its source (left video)
From the project "MONTORIO", developed at The Royal Academy of Spain in Rome, Italy. 2015-17.
Montorio means mountain of gold, and it takes the name from the Janiculum hill (where is located the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome) due to the golden color of its land; Janiculum comes from the god Janus, primordial deity of inputs and outputs, beginnings and endings. Starting from these ideas, the project wants to sanctify the most humble materials of the territory by collecting indigenous natural elements that refer to the condition of two-headed deity, to carry out this series of works as brief notes on the eternal: