Entering the theater means expectation: that the spectator is ready for illusory involvement.
The distance from the stage creates the spectator’s role in an anthropic play, where the possibility of entering the world of the man on the stage can only become reality through a virtual projection of the self, as in a doppelganger.
What happens if the participation is activated?
In-Lusionem eliminates the barrier between spectator and actor.
In-Lusionem offers an active role to those entering the theater.
In-Lusionem invites the audience to participate in the show.
Light and reflection make the certainty of place disappear to create room for the doubts about what is going on within our world and what is presented on stage: the word In-Lusionem suggests that the hypothetical space we see is real. We are invited to enter (In-) in a play where a theater is transformed into a work of art.
Marco De Vincenzo and Patrizio Travagli combine their languages to tell a color story in which Marco shapes the material and Patrizio works on the limits of space perception.
(Extract from the introduction of the exhibition)