Alberta Pane Gallery is pleased to present the third solo exhibition by the Italian artist Michelangelo Penso.
Through a series of prints and one interactive sculpture, the artist invites us to become aware of the vibrations sent out by microscopic, human, and astronomical bodies. He encourages us to consider the reactions that these vibrations trigger in the elements that surround us on very different scales.
As in a scientific laboratory, this exhibition allows to experience the imperceptible resonances that we produce. It also invites to look attentively at the shapes of the invisible frequencies of stars and planets.
Frequency is the number of identical cycles of a phenomenon per unit of time. Electromagnetic radiation is a phenomenon that presents a wide range of frequencies, which includes, in order of increasing frequency, : infrared, ultraviolet, x-rays and finally gamma rays. The title of this exhibition refers to the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation frequencies that human senses cannot detect.