The Painter—or what you might call a robot—improvises like an actor, generating unexpected narratives whilst nevertheless fulfilling a sort of choreography. Its creator, artist Piero Golia, directs and “speaks” unseen from under the stage, and remains more interested in the possibilities that the whole set may provide. In the same way, rather than a record, this book acts as a multiplier of narratives.
Edited by Ines Goldbach, Piero Golia, and Lorenzo Micheli Gigotti.
With texts by Ines Goldbach, Piero Golia, Jonathan Monk.
- 24×34 cm