14 meters high, heavy 7 wires, costs 900 thousand euros.
The work of Edoardo Tresoldi is almost a hologram, an original encounter between archeology and contemporary art.
The reference point, or the landscape, of Puglia in the area of Santa Maria di Siponto in Manfredonia, in the province of Foggia, has changed. Thanks to an original meeting between archeology and contemporary art, from Friday the ancient Romanesque church of the twelfth century, now disappeared, is back, which reappears a redocked current medieval church. No walls, no intrusive structures. Only a very light embroidery of 4,500 square meters of galvanized electro-welded mesh 14 meters high and heavy 7 tires cost 900 thousand euros. Almost a hologram, a phantom of a building that no longer exists, of which some mosaics and the plant remain.