The irregular experimental approach to the themes of research in design by the eclectic architect and artist Leonardo Mosso, who has developed since the 1960s the “theory of semiotic structural design” and “non-authoritarian programming”, placing the elaboration of the concept of “structure” at the center of his research


The show, curated by Olivier Kosta-Théfaine (also one of the artists displayed) offers a sort of utopian cartography. It’s the recalling of an informal landscape, fragmented, where the memory of urban suburbs, an abandoned object, becomes unique and precious. The image of a moving geography, ever-changing and surprising. The artists use found objectual entities that now are esthetically reinvented, conveying a subtle conceptualism, an almost minimalistic reading of the landscape.