‘Laguna’ glass objects by Cristina Celestino for Attico (IT)


'Laguna' glass objects by Cristina Celestino, photo: Mattia Balsamini

‘Laguna’ glass objects by Cristina Celestino, photo: Mattia Balsamini

‘Laguna’ by Cristina Celestino is a series of borosilicate glass objects manufactured of colorful and overlapping transparent layers which enclose inside themselves an empty room, a cavity containing colored liquid.

'Laguna' glass objects by Cristina Celestino, photo: Mattia Balsamini

‘Laguna’ glass objects by Cristina Celestino, photo: Mattia Balsamini

“Their interior can for that reason accommodate a liquid material that, liaising with both the glass wall and the fluid interspace, composes delicate traces of light and colour.” says Celestino.

'Laguna' glass objects by Cristina Celestino, photo: Mattia Balsamini

‘Laguna’ glass objects by Cristina Celestino, photograph: Mattia Balsamini

“Moreover, the 2-dimensional picture of the item highlights the similarities with the perform of Rothko: 3 horizontal chromatic stripes blur into each and every other, renouncing any idea of static form and border. The colours are those pure and extreme of the borosilicate glass blended with the liquids contained in the cavities.”

Laguna, from the Latin ‘lacuna’ (empty space), “evokes a area/container which houses a stability each delicate and mutable.”

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