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RosAria

Your thoughts flies up above.

RosAria is made of pluriball (recyclable polyethylene). When the churchgoer is praying, he flow the rosary through his fingers towards the cross, pushing down the air balls at the end of each prayer. The task is finished when he gets to the cross and all the bubbles are blown up. The concept of mass industrial product of poor quality is transposed on the holy symbol of eternity to such an extent as a disposable object. Spirituality become serial and temporal where human beings perform a decisive action. The rosary function definitively ends when the churchgoer feels that his/her conscience is purified: a pray is transitional stage which leaves no traces.

 

tag #rosary #faith #religion #hope

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ROSARIA
2002, patent pending®
self production

 

permanent exhibition Since 2005 their project “RosAria” is displayed in the permanent design collection of “Pinakothek der Moderne” in Neue Sammlung museum in Munich

permanent exhibition Since 2005 their project “RosAria” is displayed in the permanent design collection of  “Kortrijk museum” (Belgium).

collective exhibition “Ospiti Inaspettati, Case di ieri, design di oggi” organized by “Case museo di Milano” and Cosmit, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano – Italy, curated by Beppe Finessi, 2010

collective exhibition “Gangcity”, collateral event of “XV Mostra Internazionale di Architettura” della Biennale di Venezia, space Thetis dell’Arsenale Nord, Venezia - Italy, curated by Fabio Armao, 2016

photo Riccardo Urnato Studio



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