"Light works for me", a show dedicated to the master of the nineteenth-century Luis Tomasello, one of the international artists who with the most sublime gentleness of results has managed to conduct his complex kinetic research.
"Light works for me" - argues the Argentine artist -
It is in fact the discovery of the light achieved through its abandonment to the three-dimensional experience that represents Tomasello's most original contribution to artistic research.
Because he has been able to translate the great atmospheres of Giorgione into real atmospheres.
The aesthetic emotion arises from light, received and orchestrated into a three dimensional geometric structure, shaped according to the classical laws of harmony, with possible openings in the fourth space - time dimension.
He believes in man beyond any negative experience and wants to help him to grasp the deep essence of things, which is just harmony and love. To seize the music of the heavenly spheres, which can make sense of our tormented life. Tomasello's hand is enamored, Julio Cortázar wrote.
We can add here that this enamorated hand
More than visible light is guided
from an intellectual light, full of love (Dante, Paradise XXX, 40).