Raffaello Galiotto: „Rhinoceros”. The ancient engraving by Albrecht Durer in 1515 inspired this work. Just as the manual straight, curved or geometric hatches delineate the two-dimensional figure so does the cutter sculpt the mass and draw the surface. The graphic texture is first digital, using software, and then material by passage of the cutting tool. It becomes the characteristic feature of the work itself, entirely „machine-made”. Produced by Citco, Rivoli Veronese (VR), Italy; material: Grigio Bardiglio; machine by Donatoni Macchine, Domegliara (VR), Italy; model machine: Quadrix DG 2000.
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