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Flies lightly illuminating our nights Bon voyage Ndoye ❤️
09/06/2023

Flies lightly illuminating our nights

Bon voyage Ndoye ❤️

Happy to be part of this great publication, ‘Innovazione nell’Eyewear Design. Prospettive del settore produttivo dell’oc...
14/03/2023

Happy to be part of this great publication, ‘Innovazione nell’Eyewear Design. Prospettive del settore produttivo dell’occhiale’
of Elisabetta Benelli and Benedetta Terenzi.

Thanks to Benedetta Terenzi for having chosen moi aussi… with .art for the cover of the book.
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‘The text aims to highlight the passion and flair that fuels the eyewear object and to
enhance the design and innovation capacity of the sector. In fact, the book explores
design from different points of view, with the aim of highlighting the know-how behind
the creation of this object of desire, on the one hand, a harbinger of technological
innovation, and on the other an essential fashion accessory. The aim is therefore to try to
recount the ability of eyewear design to create and recreate ever-new horizons and to outline the sector's future prospects. For this reason, the contributions contained in the book, which are scientifically rigorous but popular in nature, compose the complex
panorama that articulates the eyewear project, from the ideation phase, which involves pure creativity, to the realisation phase, demonstrating its complexity, up to the
communication of the finished product. Everything is accompanied by explanatory images of research projects and innovative products selected from the latest collections.’

‘Identity’ by Ariela Wertheimer“Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. At the ma...
07/03/2023

‘Identity’
by Ariela Wertheimer

“Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. At the macro level, we live under unstable governments, a collapsing economy, an energy, and climate crisis. Unknown diseases and viruses that attack us. At the micro level, loss of values, loneliness, and soon a shortage of oil to heat homes and workplaces. Genetically engineering food and its DNA will inevitably change us too. With the disintegration of the frames of our lives, and in an attempt to live sanely, we choose how to look at our lives in a specific prism and see the moments of happiness.”

Enjoy more on our website
https://www.moiaussi.it/en/ariela-wertheimer/

‘Identity’ by   “Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. At the macro level, we l...
21/02/2023

‘Identity’
by

“Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. At the macro level, we live under unstable governments, a collapsing economy, an energy, and climate crisis. Unknown diseases and viruses that attack us. At the micro level, loss of values, loneliness, and soon a shortage of oil to heat homes and workplaces. Genetically engineering food and its DNA will inevitably change us too. With the disintegration of the frames of our lives, and in an attempt to live sanely, we choose how to look at our lives in a specific prism and see the moments of happiness.”

‘Identity’ by  Working progress
16/02/2023

‘Identity’ by

Working progress

‘Identity’ by Ariela Wertheimer Working progress
14/02/2023

‘Identity’ by Ariela Wertheimer

Working progress

14/02/2023

‘Identity’ by Ariela Wertheimer

Working progress

02/02/2023

Ariela Wertheimer - Artist statement

“Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. At the macro level, we live under unstable governments, a collapsing economy, an energy, and climate crisis. Unknown diseases and viruses that attack us. At the micro level, loss of values, loneliness, and soon a shortage of oil to heat homes and workplaces. Genetically engineering food and its DNA will inevitably change us too. With the disintegration of the frames of our lives, and in an attempt to live sanely, we choose how to look at our lives in a specific prism and see the moments of happiness.”

Working progress

Ariela Wertheimer - Artist statement “Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. At ...
02/02/2023

Ariela Wertheimer - Artist statement

“Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. At the macro level, we live under unstable governments, a collapsing economy, an energy, and climate crisis. Unknown diseases and viruses that attack us. At the micro level, loss of values, loneliness, and soon a shortage of oil to heat homes and workplaces. Genetically engineering food and its DNA will inevitably change us too. With the disintegration of the frames of our lives, and in an attempt to live sanely, we choose how to look at our lives in a specific prism and see the moments of happiness.”

Working progress

Introducing , Israel Ariela Wertheimer is a multidisciplinary artist. She was born in Israel in 1957 and lives and works...
31/01/2023

Introducing , Israel

Ariela Wertheimer is a multidisciplinary artist. She was born in Israel in 1957 and lives and works in Israel. She is active in a variety of mediums: photography, painting, and video. Her works focus on identity, time, and the body’s memory She had several solo and group shows in Israel and abroad, among them at the artists House, Haifa; Shechter Gallery, Tel Aviv; Farkash Gallery, and RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv; Art Miami; “Hotel Utopia,” Fresh Paint, Tel Aviv; Art Expo, N.Y.; B12 Gallery, Ibiza; Chashama Gallery, New York; Palazzo Mora,
Venice; Cello Factory, London; Isrotel Hotels, Israel.

‘Interview with my mother - Santa Lucia’ by Peter BrackeWorking progress “She becomes convinced that this wartime romanc...
05/01/2023

‘Interview with my mother - Santa Lucia’
by Peter Bracke

Working progress

“She becomes convinced that this wartime romance has resulted in a child and decides to track him down. Doris Lessing is one of the best known and most renowned writers of the second half of the 20th century. She continues to cause controversy and continues to attract the attention of the media and book lovers. You have an extraordinary feeling for the idiosyncrasies and vulnerabilities of young and old. Her portrayals of her human relationships are staggeringly beautiful.” (The Times).

03/01/2023

‘Santa Lucia’ by Peter Bracke

“In 2021 I was invited by Andrea and Luca Zampol D'Ortia, creators and curators, to contribute to this exciting project, moi aussi... An
honour for me.
My work was inspired by the battle vision loss of my mother. It consists of a pair of glasses with the words "Light in the Dark” translated
into Braille.
The struggle of my mother started about 10 years ago when an ophthalmologist said that, in addition to one eye, she’ll go blind also in the
other. His verdict was harsh: there was nothing to do and she would become completely blind.
Ten years of eye injections offered a little hope, but ultimately proved unsuccessful. She became depressed. But then my mother, an avid
reader, discovered the Braille League and its "Listening Point Library". It offered her a limited, but significant and meaningful salvation.
With the help of a large CD player she currently enjoys a dozen books a week.
In my work I have tried to capture some of the intense emotions of my mother's journey and its impact on my family.
On the lenses of the glasses are printed images of various images of Saint Lucia, the saint of the blind and visually impaired. As a martyr,
her eyes have been gouged out and she is always depicted holding a bowl with her eyes in a pool of blood. The mauve color of the frame
refers to the church of Santa Lucia alle Malve in Matera. Mallow (malve) is a plant with mauve flowers.”


03/01/2023

‘Santa Lucia’ by Peter Bracke

“In 2021 I was invited by Andrea and Luca Zampol D'Ortia, creators and curators, to contribute to this exciting project, moi aussi... An
honour for me.
My work was inspired by the battle vision loss of my mother. It consists of a pair of glasses with the words "Light in the Dark” translated
into Braille.
The struggle of my mother started about 10 years ago when an ophthalmologist said that, in addition to one eye, she’ll go blind also in the
other. His verdict was harsh: there was nothing to do and she would become completely blind.
Ten years of eye injections offered a little hope, but ultimately proved unsuccessful. She became depressed. But then my mother, an avid
reader, discovered the Braille League and its "Listening Point Library". It offered her a limited, but significant and meaningful salvation.
With the help of a large CD player she currently enjoys a dozen books a week.
In my work I have tried to capture some of the intense emotions of my mother's journey and its impact on my family.
On the lenses of the glasses are printed images of various images of Saint Lucia, the saint of the blind and visually impaired. As a martyr,
her eyes have been gouged out and she is always depicted holding a bowl with her eyes in a pool of blood. The mauve color of the frame
refers to the church of Santa Lucia alle Malve in Matera. Mallow (malve) is a plant with mauve flowers.”


‘Santa Lucia’ by Peter BrackeWorking progress
29/12/2022

‘Santa Lucia’ by Peter Bracke

Working progress


29/12/2022

‘Santa Lucia’ by Peter Bracke

Working progress


22/12/2022

Introducing Peter Bracke
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The artist investigates the photographic medium in its visual and plastic aspects. Artists who choose to work with classical photography mostly do so because of its unique qualities. It enables them to capture things as they are at an instant in time.
They work with photography’s strengths rather than using it to imitate other media.
Bracke searches for the distinctions between photography and other visual media and it is at those intersections where he seeks to express his vision. In Bracke’s work the textures of unusual materials lead the viewer into a tempting, exotic and dreamy world. For him it is the relationship between the image and the medium on which the print is made that is paramount.
Somehow Peter Bracke turns around the citation of the French Nouvelle-Vague director Jean-Luc Godard: “Il faut confronter les idées vagues avec des images claires “ – “We must confront vague ideas with clear images”.
The artist builds from clear ideas and vague images which he allows to remain dreamy, etheric and mystical. From this starting point the viewer begins his journey freely without traditional visual guides and the result is unexpected and exciting.

Working progress about his work for moi aussi... ‘Santa Lucia’


Introducing Peter Bracke-The artist investigates the photographic medium in its visual and plastic aspects. Artists who ...
22/12/2022

Introducing Peter Bracke
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The artist investigates the photographic medium in its visual and plastic aspects. Artists who choose to work with classical photography mostly do so because of its unique qualities. It enables them to capture things as they are at an instant in time.
They work with photography’s strengths rather than using it to imitate other media.
Bracke searches for the distinctions between photography and other visual media and it is at those intersections where he seeks to express his vision. In Bracke’s work the textures of unusual materials lead the viewer into a tempting, exotic and dreamy world. For him it is the relationship between the image and the medium on which the print is made that is paramount.
Somehow Peter Bracke turns around the citation of the French Nouvelle-Vague director Jean-Luc Godard: “Il faut confronter les idées vagues avec des images claires “ – “We must confront vague ideas with clear images”.
The artist builds from clear ideas and vague images which he allows to remain dreamy, etheric and mystical. From this starting point the viewer begins his journey freely without traditional visual guides and the result is unexpected and exciting.

Working progress about his work for moi aussi... ‘Santa Lucia’


“Sin titulo’ by  “Gli occhi azzurri di mia nonna sono stati la miccia che mi ha fatto avvicinare all’occhio come motivo ...
15/12/2022

“Sin titulo’
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“Gli occhi azzurri di mia nonna sono stati la miccia che mi ha fatto avvicinare all’occhio come motivo pittorico in altre mie opere, gli occhi che svelano sentimenti tanto di amore quanto di odio, allegria e rabbia, lo sguardo del passato e del presente su noi stessi.”
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“My grandmother’s blue eyes were the fuse that made me approach the eye as a pictorial motif in my other works, the eyes that reveal feelings of love as much as of hatred, joy and anger, the gaze of the past and the present on ourselves.”

https://www.moiaussi.it/en/bettina-brizuela/



Des traces comme legsby  “Des traces comme legs si occupa dell’anonimato nascosto sotto il suo velo cerimoniale (le scar...
13/12/2022

Des traces comme legs
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“Des traces comme legs si occupa dell’anonimato nascosto sotto il suo velo cerimoniale (le scarpe). La nota di intenti che le mie opere scultoree di assemblaggi di scarpe propugnavano a monte suggerirebbe l’idea di una rappresentazione astratta dei bambini di strada. Ho sentito un certo bisogno di materializzare ciò che il visibile (la mia vita quotidiana) mi ha venduto. “Des traces comme legs” supporta un’altra doxa nella mia produzione scultorea. Si rivolge alla dimensione commemorativa o addirittura cerimoniale delle scarpe. Le impronte lasciate dalle discipline umanistiche aiutano a costruire l’eredità per le generazioni a venire.”
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“Des traces comme legs deals with the anonymity hidden under her ceremonial veil (the shoes). The note of intent that my sculptural works of shoe assemblies advocated upstream would suggest the idea of an abstract representation of street children. I felt a certain need to materialize what the visible (my daily life) sold me. “Des traces comme legs” supports another doxa in my sculptural production. It addresses the commemorative or even ceremonial dimension of shoes. The footprints left by the humanities help build the legacy for generations to come.”

Take a look to our website https://www.moiaussi.it/en/achille-adonon/


- ‘Casita bizcocho’by  “Casita bizcocho è un complesso di simboli che si ripetono in diverse mie serie e che in questo c...
01/12/2022

- ‘Casita bizcocho’
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“Casita bizcocho è un complesso di simboli che si ripetono in diverse mie serie e che in questo caso si trovano nello spazio del telescopio, che è un artefatto per la visione. I segni arrivano a raccontare il modo in cui viviamo oggi, per questo l’edificio è immerso nella tazzina di caffè che rappresenta il ritmo con cui scorre la vita nelle società industrializzate, le rose hanno invaso le gambe dei bicchieri come un’erbaccia che seduce per la sua bellezza, sono la morte delle tradizioni e la sostituzione dell’autoctono. Il cuore fumante è speranza, la vita che batte e insiste nonostante tutto per la sua forza intrinseca. Ho cercato in questo piccolo spazio di stabilire una narrazione tra il significato dell’oggetto che è strumento per vedere e ciò che mi preoccupa del nostro presente e del nostro agire come specie.”
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“Casita bizcocho is a complex of symbols that are repeated in several of my series and that in this case are found in the space of the telescope, which is an artifact for vision. The signs tell the way we live today, which is why the building is immersed in the cup of coffee that represents the rhythm with which life flows in industrialized societies, the roses have invaded the legs of the glasses like a seducing w**d for its beauty, they are the death of traditions and the replacement of the native. The smoking heart is hope, the life that beats and insists despite everything on its intrinsic strength. I have tried in this small space to establish a narrative between the meaning of the object that is an instrument for seeing and what worries me about our present and our acting as a species.”

https://www.moiaussi.it/en/ricardo-alvarez/



‘Tracce’ by .bernardi53 “Segni come incisioni rupestri, preziose tessere musive che si incastrano in altra materia, a du...
29/11/2022

‘Tracce’
by .bernardi53

“Segni come incisioni rupestri, preziose tessere musive che si incastrano in altra materia, a durare nei tempi”.
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“Signs like rock carvings, precious mosaic tiles that fit into another matter, to last over time.”

https://www.moiaussi.it/en/walter-bernardi/



‘Genius Loci’ by  “Nel solco della tradizione, Dio il settimo giorno non smette di creare, ma semplicemente sposta l’ass...
24/11/2022

‘Genius Loci’
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“Nel solco della tradizione, Dio il settimo giorno non smette di creare, ma semplicemente sposta l’asse d’interesse della creazione dal mondo, a sé stesso. Lo tramuta da generatore di vita a spettatore di quella stessa vita…sì! Spettatore di un ambiente vitale e vivibile che noi tutti occupiamo nel tempo e nello spazio, proprio come il “popolo eletto” di batteri” che, al pari di ogni altro elemento pittorico, hanno forma, superficie, colore, densità e…. vita autonoma. Tutto, dunque, prende forma attraverso quello sguardo: attento, compiaciuto; GUARDARE dunque” Un nulla dotato di spazio” che – da allora – ciascuno filtra attraverso gli occhi suggerendo volumi, colori …. Materia; per amplificarne la dimensione ipotetica e la potenzialità d’esistenza.”
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“In the wake of tradition, God on the seventh day does not stop creating, but simply shifts the axis of interest of creation from the world to himself. He transforms it from a generator of life to a spectator of that same life… yes! Spectator of a vital and livable environment that we all occupy in time and space, just like the “chosen people” of bacteria “which, like any other pictorial element, have shape, surface, color, density and…. autonomous life.
Everything, therefore, takes shape through that gaze: attentive, pleased; LOOK then “A nothing with space” that – since then – everyone filters through the eyes suggesting volumes, colors…. Matter; to amplify its hypothetical dimension and the potential for existence.”

https://www.moiaussi.it/en/ttozoi/



‘Untitled’ by  “Volevo rendere gli occhiali il più autentici e naturali possibile. Il legno è una delle risorse più pure...
22/11/2022

‘Untitled’
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“Volevo rendere gli occhiali il più autentici e naturali possibile. Il legno è una delle risorse più pure che abbiamo sulla terra e ho sentito il bisogno di lasciare agli occhiali un aspetto spontaneo. Inoltre, il blu è un colore che ho incluso e includo in molti dei miei lavori e per me ha sempre rappresentato pace e spiritualità.”
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“I wanted to make the glasses as authentic and natural as possible. Wood is one of the most natural resources we have on the earth therefore I felt it would leave the glasses the most authentic looking. Blue is a color I have included in a lot of my work, and it has always represented peace and spirituality to me.”

https://www.moiaussi.it/en/timothy-washington/



- The filters are overstrained by .studio“When I first looked at the glasses, I  think about the media and what a tremen...
17/11/2022

- The filters are overstrained by .studio

“When I first looked at the glasses, I think about the media and what a tremendous influence they have on our perception of our own environment or ourselves. It is a tool to blur the lines between the real and the artificial, to manipulate and alter the perception. I thought about the current situation in Germany, politicians’ misleading politics, the journalists’ Machiavellian treatment of information on the TV and in newspapers and the rising anxiety in the society. The miscommunication by the politicians and misunderstanding of the state of affairs of the public leads to internal hostility resulting in split of society. Being in a deep state of paranoia people treat each other with mistrust assuming to have a foe in front of them. Observing this I cannot help but challenge the notion of the objective truth and if it is possible at all to discern it.
What we perceive, experience, comprehend and do not understand shape us to a certain extent with misconceptions evolved out of a constant interplay with the objective truth. It means that what we believe to know is actually not valid. We are aware of this fact and perceive our environment through rose-coloured glasses that either discloses us an awry version of the reality or its outline in which the truth is obfuscated. As patterns, evolved out of our life experience and dubious external information, define and distort our thoughts and understanding, we have no choice but to treat the truth subjectively.
The object consists of lenses, frame, and temples. Lenses are universal and boast no individual features, therefore I replaced them with crystals grown jumbled and at different space. If the lenses function to facilitate full vision of environment, crystals represent the crystallized impressions, information, knowledge obtained in the past through which we generate our own meaning of the world. One temple of one of the glasses is broken off. Temples in my work stand for the pillar of our reality. So when, the frame is overloaded with filters and the pillar of our reality crumbles, our idea about the world shatter and only the objective truth remains.”

‘Despierta del suēno’by  “The work itself in collaboration with “Moi Aussi…”, seen as an invitation to awaken within the...
15/11/2022

‘Despierta del suēno’
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“The work itself in collaboration with “Moi Aussi…”, seen as an invitation to awaken within the consciousness of the viewer, in direct use as a utilitarian element of vision, calls for a better objective of observation from the physical world in which we’re in.
These lenses cleverly transformed into a Work of art, are fundamentally charged with mysticism, ancient but relatively modern; they hide within themselves under the golden and aged color of the ancient gods, a design inspired by the pre-Columbian culture of Colombia, my country of origin.
The intervention that they carry is found in its own language which has been developing in my plastic work within recent years, they are the union between my name Johnny López and the Hieroglyphic writing used by the ancient Egyptians; Hence I call them Johnnyglifics; in them I normally use words, signs, phrases and all kinds of symbols of all religions, intellectual, doctrinal, esoteric, spiritual and cultural currents of the world.
They are conclusively a direct and archaeological allusion in the light of modernity, loaded with words and phrases in different languages ​​such as: “dreaming???” and “ZZZ”, which constantly question the reality of the viewer to which I referred to earlier, leading them to the possibility of living and experiencing for themselves, the magic of these lenses, thus awakening in the dream world”.

https://www.moiaussi.it/en/johnny-lopez/



‘Lovers’ by  “Quando ho pensato a come realizzare quest’opera ho iniziato ad analizzare l’oggetto e la sua funzione. Est...
10/11/2022

‘Lovers’
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“Quando ho pensato a come realizzare quest’opera ho iniziato ad analizzare l’oggetto e la sua funzione. Estetica, funzionalità, leggerezza, elementi legati appunto all’oggetto, ma chi usufruisce di ciò? Noi. Credo che l’amore sia il motore che muove la nostra società, l’amore rende noi stessi pieni di energia, il nostro partner e chi ci è vicino. Ho deciso di non intervenire fisicamente sugli oggetti perché mi sembrava di violentare l’estetica e l’essenza dell’oggetto stesso, ma sul suo posizionamento. Così ho posizionato i due oggetti uno difronte all’altro, come se si stessero osservando, unendoli per sempre con un elemento che una volta chiuso e fissato non può più riaprirsi. Il bello di due persone che si amano è guardarsi negli occhi e tenersi nello sguardo che muove quella cosa che noi chiamiamo amore.”
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“When I thought about how to make this work, I began to analyse the object and its function. Aesthetics, functionality, lightness, elements linked precisely to the object. But who benefits from this?
Us.
I believe that love is the engine that moves our society, love makes us full of energy, our partner and those close to us. I decided not to physically intervene on objects because it seemed to me to violate the aesthetics and essence of the object itself, but on its positioning. So, I positioned the two objects one in front of the other, as if they were observing each other, joining them forever with an element that once closed and fixed can no longer reopen. The beauty of two people who love each other is to look into each other’s eyes and keep in the gaze that moves that thing we call love.”

https://www.moiaussi.it/en/mattia-novello/



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