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Ambiguous By Massimo Colonna

Italian artist Massimo Colonna unveiled his series titled ‘Ambiguous’ a series focussed on Architecture and the use of light to create a surreal and minimalistic vision.

“A series of four images outlined by minimal open-air architectures, inspired by exotic landscapes, they project us into warm places where the sun draws definite lines, cutting large spaces divided by walls and arches. The subject in these images are different elements characterized by their own presence that begins, continues and ends at the same time. A cat, a statue, a ladder and a hanging sheet come into contact with the places that “cross” in an ambiguous way. Unclear is their origin or function, uncertain is the destination. The answer is ambiguous.”

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