Vittorio Corsini is among the artists invited to take part into Lo Spazio del Sacro, an exhibition curated by Marco Pierini at the Galleria Civica in Modena. Since many years, Corsini’s practice’s been very sensitive to secular forms of the Sacre, both in everyday life and human relationships and to religious syncretism. His sculptural work God save the people is made of the overlapping of five different plans: those of a church, a mosque, a synagogue, an indu temple and a buddist monument. The walled in space become a place for diverse cultures and beliefs.
Vittorio Corsini, God save the people, 2007.
This conversation – in italian - is about that, sincretism, dialogue, humanity.