Flussocreativo. Design Studio.

Architect Party.

Thinking makes no noise and no light.
Thoughts are not heard nor seen.

“When thoughts do not pant, then even lines are safe, lines go from one point to another in one shot and the two points are usually certain points. (…) If, on the other hand, the thoughts pant, if the certain points are few, the lines are uncertain, they are a little crooked, they go around seraching.”

Ettore Sottsass, Works 1946-2001

Location Brescia
Year 2017
Type Inauguration

Thinking makes no noise and no light. Thoughts are not heard nor seen. When someone looks into space, confused, the other asks him: << What are you thinking?” >>

Thoughts are mysterious, they are produced by the cases of life, sometimes by other thoughts.

Sometimes they all come to the head, sometimes they come between the legs, sometimes in the chest (they say in the heart), sometimes in the whole body as it grows, sometimes in the whole body that suffers, in the body that is consumed over time … no one knows. But scientists continue to investigate…

In order to hear the thoughts, someone came up with the idea of inventing words. Someone thought that with the sound of words one could somehow represent the wandering of thoughts; of certain thoughts (…).

Has anyone else had the idea of designing signs in order to represent the thoughts – certain thoughts – with light, with something you see.

I use signs.

I mean, I always draw and only for representing some thoughts from which I am pursued.

These thoughts deal with forms, dimensions, weights, materials, colors, temperatures to be used to build the stage on which I drag or we drag the existence, including – in the theater scene – all the furniture, the curtains, the lamps and objects in general, ie vases for putting flowers, plates for eating, baskets for putting bread (if there is) and fruit (if any) and so on. (…)

“When thoughts do not pant, then even lines are safe, lines go from one point to another in one fell swoop and the two points are usually certain points. (…) If, on the other hand, the thoughts pant, if the certain points are few, the lines are uncertain, they are a little crooked, they go around looking.