Testae “Testae” is the plural of the term which in Latin means vase, amphora. TESTAE is a collection of very special, human vases. The body becomes a vase and is nude, in ceramic, free of disturbing elements, shaped by light like clay, by means of the chiaroscuro plastic typical of the soft analogue black and white of a Polaroid, and reveals itself between penumbra and light, resting on a pedestal in front of a 19th century tapestry, like a valuable furnishing accessory. The “vase” is a container of lifeblood for the individual herbal, floral and arboreal essences that fill it,...
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