1 - 16 February 2003
Salvatore Fiorello’s work is an investigation into the complex field of urbanscapes. His images first undergo a scanning process; the resulting fragmentation and pixelation are reminiscent of video surveillance cameras.
His emptied urban environment has a quiet feel, and although no people seem to inhabit them, they still give the impression of a space being watched. His appropriation of video surveillance screening offers him rich antinomies between desolation and intensification, between function and content.
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