Polyrhythm, collective exhibition of contemporary art

Friday 25 October opening of the exhibition of contemporary art curated by Lucio Forte Polyrhythm. On display are paintings and photographs of: art group Artemisia (Francesca Bruni, Rita Carelli Feri, Renata Ferrari, Pea Trolli, Emanuela Volpe), Nicholas Bertoglio, Alessandra Bisi, Giancarlo Caciagli. Lucio Forte, Joseph Jacobean, Nairò e Marco Sancini.
Interesting works are on display in comparison.
The theme of the exhibition is derived from a concept extrapolated from the language of music, the poliritmia, which represents the simultaneous use of multiple rhythms not of the same unit of time, to get to build a rhythmic figure different from those already present in the rhythms that are individually. In the figurative overlays can create a rhythmic reading system dynamic-multidimensional.
Critical text
The poliritmia, is the simultaneous use of even and odd rhythms or not multiples of the same unit of time, to get to build a rhythmic figure different from those already present in the rhythms that are individually. In addition, the polyrhythm requires, to be such, the production of a wealth of rhythmic variety through the simultaneous use of the rhythms precisely, For example, differing from the melody, whose property is to be easily identified in the compositional fabric.
Transposing this idea to figurative art and architecture we are to prepare an important tool.
The compositional rhythms in architecture are often very marked, visible, the canons of design and construction systems themselves are the genesis of the creation of rhythmic structures for mathematics in architecture have always said time, the metric in the creation of artifacts.
In the figurative arts, instead there is less need, but only relative to a choice, mathematical rigor, and then use it in a more intriguing abstract experimentation that does not have it compulsorily, as in architectural design and structural calculation.
And so we see that even as the pace represents an aesthetic archetype.
the idea of ​​seeing and imagining rhythmic constructions.
The pace in two dimensions suggests the idea of ​​depth as it happens in the perspective. The texture is a rhythm in language, di geometrie, such as writing made intelligible symbols, or a reading of solids and voids, like a chessboard.

A polyrhythm, a superposition of simultaneous rhythms, allows us to go even further in the figurative, overlapping rhythms are no longer drawn on a plane as in the score, overlapping, the suggestion, allows us to dig into the three-dimensional, the pace relaxed and concurrent entering and define a real depth illusory because it continues to move, inside and out, in a continuous and repeated focus.
The rhythms are distributed in space, this condition polyrhythmic temporal experience also makes us live inside the image and not only, triggering a cognitive process, a rhythmic motor, heartbeat, allows us to discover and know the appearance inside the encrypted image. That is an imaginative projection dynamics, a flurry of reality hidden inside, behind what represents a work.
A movement of molecules that come to life in the illusion and tell what ever consciously, clearly we may be able to invent and describe, a dream that is told, that lives its own life, which arises due to the use of different rhythms simultaneously unconscious and twisted rhythms from the multidimensionality of illusory spaces. Rhythms represented, present in the work through elements that define them visually, membership polyrhythmic.

Lucio Forte 2013