A ‘digital’ curtain necessary to shield us from prying eyes.
Protected by these enveloping wireframes, our domestic environments regain the right intimacy, protecting us from the pitfalls of the real world and of a hypothetical metaverse.
The graphic inspiration comes from the lines that describe the volumes of three-dimensional digital models, creating a playful and intriguing trompe l’oeil effect on the wall.
The bold curves and elaborate structures of the famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer give rise to a series of organic grids that seem to self-generate as they grow in height.
In this game of geometries and colors, the walls acquire materiality and depth.
“Forget the wax and feathers, and do a better job on the wings.” Stanley Kubrick
The atavistic desire to reach the sky of Icarus is an invitation to always pursue one’s goals, however high they may be.
You can see our Icarus intent on climbing on a minute and perhaps infinite staircase, almost hidden within a dense texture.
Immerse yourself in the binary codes of a domestic Matrix, and make your choice.
‘Pixels’ of different colors are composed together to create skylines and frequencies of old school digital inspiration.
A cinephile warning to a constant demystification of the reality that surrounds us.