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Fabio Roncato

Fabio Roncato Momentum, 2020 Process of realisation of the sculpture, in the waters of the Brenta river

Fabio Roncato Momentum, 2020 Process of realisation of the sculpture, in the waters of the Brenta river

Fabio Roncato Momentum, 2020 Process of realisation of the sculpture, wax

Fabio Roncato Momentum, 2020 Views of the sculpture Momentum obtained with technical wax for foundries

Fabio Roncato Momentum, 2020 Views of the sculpture Momentum obtained with technical wax for foundries

Fabio Roncato Momentum, 2020 Aluminum, sculpture made through lost wax technique, 50 x 57 x 69 cm

Fabio Roncato Polaris, 2019 Tapestry, recycled plastic yarn (60%), natural yarn (40%). 270 x 200 cm. Collaboration with Bonotto SPA

Fabio Roncato Polaris, 2019 Tapestry, recycled plastic yarn (60%), natural yarn (40%). 270 x 200 cm. Collaboration with Bonotto SPA

Fabio Roncato Polaris(Detail), 2019 Tapestry, recycled plastic yarn (60%), natural yarn (40%). 270 x 200 cm. Collaboration with Bonotto SPA

Fabio Roncato Polaris(Detail), 2019 Tapestry, recycled plastic yarn (60%), natural yarn (40%). 270 x 200 cm. Collaboration with Bonotto SPA

Fabio Roncato Polaris(Detail), 2019 Tapestry, recycled plastic yarn (60%), natural yarn (40%). 270 x 200 cm. Collaboration with Bonotto SPA

Fabio Roncato Slow Passing Time, 2019 Draft paper, paraffin, motor oil. Variable dimensions

Fabio Roncato Slow Passing Time, 2019 Draft paper, paraffin, motor oil. Variable dimensions

Fabio Roncato Slow Passing Time, 2019 Draft paper, paraffin, motor oil. Variable dimensions

Momentum, 2017-2020


Momentum is conceived as an inquiry on the representation and experience of a moment in time.
The work is composed of a series of sculptures, born of the contact between two liquids:
raw wax and a river’s water. The wax is thrown into the water stream and the mass of the river cools it down, shaping the whole sculpture in a single moment.
The waters gives a shape still in tension, a cast of currents, a clash which crystallize matter and time and whose singularity emerges through an unrepeatable form every time.


Polaris, 2019


Tapestry, recycled plastic yarn (60%), natural yarn (40%). 270 x 200 cm.
Collaboration with Bonotto SPA


By pointing the peak of the Marmolada as a rotation axis, two aerial photos of the Dolomites are overlapped and rotated until they dissolve into a single concentric composition.
The structure of this mountain group changes, becoming liquid and unstable.
The new geometries and coordinates are recomposed, point by point, through the intertwining of the yarn of a tapestry, becoming the composition of a new atlas.


Slow Passing Time, 2019


Draft paper, paraffin, motor oil. Variable dimensions


Sheets of paper, soaked in engine oil and paraffin, are folded in planes and edges whose geometries fall in one direction.

A gravity center so strong to be able to bend space and time.

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