by Marta Malavasi

Dorian Gourg.

“The careful observation of the dark lines, of the wide range of grey tones and imposing volumes that build the architectural concerto of New York City produces a sort of visual trance, and some new shapes are laid out through the imaginative process.The geometries built up by the different trajectories and tones remind me of primitive art of Native Indians, and this parallel between original shapes and the utter modernity of the place set up a bridge between my first wanderings inside one of the most urbanized place, and a second errancy through South America, impressed by big spaces, open landscapes and wildlife.”