L'opera è accompagnata da certificato su fotografia rilasciato dall'Associazione Paolo Scheggi, Milano, con il n. APSM142/0001
“Scheggi prefers forms that are curved or derived from the rotation of logarithmic spirals and, on canvas surfaces, he makes out the areas according to their spatial determination. […] The out come is a complex and unusual visual depth where light and shade confront each other as the protagonists of the internal life of these surfaces joined in a single structural body. Light, following the path established by the degree of the cut-out curve in an area of the first canvas, determines the throwing of shadows onto the second surface which are transmitted onto the following ones. The circular forms are intensified as a result of their cohabitation with the curved shadows, reflected according to where they have been placed, and unusual spatial areas are the result. Scheggi promotes a visual activity of autonomous and particular sensitivity in the silent inter-spaces caused by the stratification of his perforated surfaces. Thus the resulting display does not take place in the space surrounding the construction. Scheggi searches for an interior force to animate his superimposition of single-coloured planes and he finds it though the gradual vascular subtraction of matter and by going beyond the limits of the closed surface in order to circumscribe an empty space defined by reasons of distance and of rhythmic confrontations with a successive frontal surface.”
Carlo Belolli, 1964
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