FLY TO THE RAINBOW...

"My Dear One! When you are lying in the grass, with your head thrown back, there is no one around you, and only the sound of the wind can be heard and you look up into the open sky—there, up above, is the sky and the clouds floating by—perhaps this is the very best thing that you have ever done or seen in your life."

The concept of the sky as a route to escape is used repeatedly by Ilya Kabakov. "Looking Up, Reading the Words" is a public project that was installed in 1997 for the 'Skulpture Projekts' in Münster, Germany. The sculpture resembles a 50 foot tall radio antenna. At the top, aerials protrude horizontally creating an oblong shape. The aerials form lines on notebook paper and there are words made from metal letters sandwiched between, with the sky used as a backdrop.
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabakov's_Installations)

I changed the reality only a tiny bit...the feeling of the rainbow was important to me...
Hope you'll like it, too...


THANK YOU SO MUCH LUCA CIARDIELLO FOR PROPOSING THIS IMAGE...IT'S AN HONOUR!

AND PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT LUCA'S GREAT PORTFOLIO!

Once upon the time in Lenola
Once upon the time in Lenola
Luca Ciardiello

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