Massimiliano Ionta - 3D virtual exhibition by TRENTO ART FESTIVAL

Massimiliano Ionta

Tue, 03/14/2023 to Tue, 03/28/2023

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"52Eyes" is a collection of NFTs, each one being made up of an Interactive Digital Object and a digital image that has been elaborated using a special method defined as "Image from Noise" in a metaverse that represents the Asomatic parallel universe that The Astronut conceptualized.
If the eyes are the mirror of the soul, then viewing this artwork asks a question of the viewer who, via the gaze of another in a game of allusions, looks at his own soul and confronts memories, thoughts, and experiences from his own life with those of others that he has only imagined. The observer gets the chance to peer within through the eyes of another person and has the choice to flee the familiar environment with either a verdict, an absolution, or a tender compassion towards oneself. Being a repository and database of experiences, the soul uses the other's life to carry out its own. Two souls who stare at one other end up meeting, they understand each other since they are made by the same elements of existence, and for a fraction of time the endemic loneliness that pervades life is cancelled, which instead wants sharing, comprehension of one's own experience.

Asomatic Sphere

Just watching at this artwork is like taking a journey through different dimensions where a story of another past, another time in a parallel future, is told. These spheres, which symbolize other consciences, are still in the Asomatic cosmos, the intangible realm from which each of us originated. When we are still in our immaterial form, the only thing we need to evolve is material experience. This will enable our consciences to gather essential knowledge that they can then use to program a biological engineering robot called the body. Each conscience can reside safely inside this one-of-a-kind transportation device and explore the material dimension thanks to this program, which is called DNA.

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