Boreale is a One-of-a-Kind light sculpture, realized in Venice in 2016 by Master Andrea Zilio at Anfora furnace, in hand-blown midnight-blue and red glass. It is inspired by phytomorphic organisms – Rosin often draws inspiration from the floral or animal world – and own long modular arms floating in the air. The material is opaque, transparent or translucent, as subjected to both satin finishing and mirroring, creating disorienting and mysterious effects. Rosin is the first artist in Italy who, in the early 90s, tackled the theme of the traditional Venetian chandelier and reworked it, with a very personal New-Pop style.
Maria Grazia Rosin
Hand blown glass. Halogen lighting. Electrical system according to USA norms
diam.max 160/180 x h.max 150 cm