A dialogue between television sets that no longer have images, are not tuned in, and are prisoners of their broadcast schedules. Alchemical images as the chance for freedom (Il tuffatore di Paestum) for an imaginary voyage towards new inner sources of materials.
"To slow, to dilate space and time, for an ecology of vision and perception. To allow us to identify and formulate new languages while strengthening the centrality of human beings, to construct alternative ways of seeing of knowing, and of communicating" (Renato Pengo).
Renato Pengo (Padua, 1931) is a multimedia artist who began his artistic activity in 1966. He made the first of his twenty two videos in 1989. His works have been screened at important domestic and international film festivals and series including the Festival Mundial do minuto (Sao Paulo, Brazil; 1994), Le arti al cinema (Verona, 1994), Psiche e Immagini (Padua, 1994), Accelerazioni e rallentamenti (Padua 1994), the UNESCO Building (Paris, 1996), the San Giò Festival (Verona 1997), Galleria Novecento (Verona 1997), Galleria Delphi (Padua, 1998), and the Torino Film Festival (1998).
Senza Titolo 1 (1989), Senza Titolo 2 (1989), Senza Titolo 3 (1989), Shock (1991), La giostra (1992), Blu, omaggio a Yves Klein (1992), Scivolare (1993), Nero Blu (1994), Le mètro blue (1995), Le coteau blue (1995), Fuori sintonia (1995), Film (1995), Ouverture (1995), Diamante (1996), Visibile invisibile (1996), I colori del tempo (1996), Noveminuti (1997), Nero di Luce (1997), (Traparentesi) (1998), Sogni-Sogno (1998), Topinambur (1999).
Music: Andrea Passarino, Roberto Alciati.
Production company: Renato Pengo, via Rinaldo Rinaldi 30, 35121, Padova, Italy, tel.+39-49-8757290.