6“Trittico” is on exhibition at the Fondazione Prada Milano.  The conceptual art installations series challenges the idea of order, disorder and complexity through the idea of objects and natural elements.

The project was conceived by Thought Council (Shumon Basar, Nicholas Cullinan, Cédric Libert) as a three part installation.  “Trittico” aims to reveal unexpected similarities between artists and practices.

Lost-eviThe installations that comprise “Trittico” include Case II (1968) by Eva Hesse, Lost Love (2000) by Damien Hirst and 1 cubic meter of land (1967) by Pino Pascali.

The three works of minimalist geometry combine objects and natural elements in a cubic shape. Order, disorder and complexity of human feelings are opposed to natural materials. When those elements are placed in well-defined contours of a cube the contents become a system of meaning, an open system despite being apparently closed.

Fondazione Prada Milano is open everyday
Hours: 10 am – 9 pm
Location: Largo Isarco 2, 20139 Milano

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