Natura Mirabilis at Luisa catucci gallery on Berlin Art Grid
Luisa catucci gallery

Natura Mirabilis

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." - Albert Einstein
"What may emerge as the most important insight of the twenty-first century is that you are not designed
to live at the speed of light. Without the countervailing balance of natural and physical laws, the new video
related media wants to make one's implode on himself. "- Marshall McLuhan

At Luisa Catucci Gallery we strive to foster awareness not only of the fundamental role of nature as
inspiration for art, beauty, poetry, harmony, spirituality, and all what is nourishment for the soul, but
so of environmental changes Caused by the unnatural speed with which our society pretends to
run. By engaging vignettes in unexpected visual hypotheses, Natura Mirabilis offers a novel lense
through which to consider the impact of human action on our planet.

What we call Earth, Nature, and the Universe can never be contained in an artwork, a combination of
artworks, a word, or a combination of words. In spite of this, the authors of
their own
ways, have been charmed by the infinite beauty of the nature we are part of.

Through a variety of different mediums such as painting, collage, photography, video, and sculpture,
the works presented in this exhibition are concerned with the importance of our interconnectedness
to the natural world, while thus proposing new ways for us to coexist with it.

Man and nature, form and spirit, might be interrelated expressions of one's all-encompassing whole,
and we can all reach our own understanding of this wholeness by looking "deep into nature," as
Albert Einstein once suggested. Each moment provides us with an opportunity to learn from nature,
to appreciate the splendor of it all, and to approach a deeper level of understanding of universal
order.

But without a tolerable planet, where would we be? How else could we experience life? Since the turn of the millennium, world concern over environmental issues, such as pollution, global warming, species depletion, and new genetic technologies has increased.
Artists have been increasingly answering collective cultural needs and developing active and practical roles in environmental and social issues.

Exhibiting:
Rowan Corkill, Luis Bivar, Aqua Aura, Vemo Hang, Giuseppe La Spada, Edoardo Romagnoli,
Francesca Belgiojoso, Caroline Gavazzi, Niccolo Aiazzi, Pasquale De Sensi, Mathilde Nardone, Simone Bubbico

Opening Ceremony : 24/08/2018 7pm-10pm

Facebook event : https://www.facebook.com/events/1907231822653572

~ 1 month ago
Fri, Aug 24 - Sun, Sep 30

Allerstraße, 38

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