A kaleidoscope takes a familiar picture, fans it out in a multiplication of facets, and jostles our senses by transforming the object into a new shape, a complex geometry resembling a form of floral art.
This series was born from a photographic body work, where Claudio himself wanted to show an universal work of architecture emblematic of a city, like the Eiffel Tower in Paris for example, but that wouldn’t reveal itself at first glance. The discovery must be progressive.
KALEIDOSCOPE PARIS / SHANGHAI / SUZHOU / NARA / SUMO
60 x 60 cm and 100 x 100 and 126 x 126 x 0.4 cm
China, France, Switzerland, 2012