That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind” (Neil Armstrong)
There is an old saying which reads: “When the wise man points to the moon, the fool looks at the finger”: where the moon indicates reason, light, truth, the fool does not concentrate on it, but he pauses to consider only the finger that points to it, setting a limit to his own vision.
This form of popular wisdom invites not only maximum reflection, but also mental openness, to look beyond and to open up to the wonder of the unexpected.
By approaching and circumnavigating the enormous Moon, it will finally be possible to simultaneously discover the thousand faces of this attractive satellite, freezing it in a precious timeless memory.
The Moon, symbol of the unconscious, but also of continuous transformation, sensitivity, fantasy and dreams, connects each individual with the most hidden part of himself, in a deep dialogue open to discovery and revelation.
The installation The Bright Side on the Moon invites contemplation, listening to the harmonious melodies of the Universe and welcoming the unexpected into one’s own life.