Video: Alberto Bonanni
Sound: Mathis Carion
Second Life is the paradox: a three-dimensional motif generates an inaccessible space on the wall which should instead delimit it. A physical obstacle is transformed into an imaginary opening through a portal, an escape to a new world. You can faintly glimpse a panorama in the distance, an uninhabited, bare place, devoid of traces of life, which must be (re) conquered. Where everything has yet to be still invented, our second chance.
Second Life is a printed decoration for interior coverings that offers an alternative to the usual repeated vertical crop. From this, the idea of a versatile cladding that can work both in environments with small surfaces and adapt perfectly to create large compositions, leaving to the final customer the choice of the ideal cut, cropped from a motif originally designed in large dimensions. In the case of small walls the result is a geometric patchwork of material shapes, refined and essential; as the size of the available wall increases, you begin to perceive a strong sense of depth and space.