Daniele Sigalot: When Being an Artist is an Option

"I didn't want to be an artist. It was an accident".

So, Daniele Sigalot (Rome, 1979) talks about himself in his studio-atelier La Pizzeria in Napoli. A former publicist in London, Sigalot talks about the beginnings in the field of art and his future projects, between Italy and the rest of the world. His works question the question, between what it seems and what it really is. Starting from airplanes that look like paper, but in reality they're made of polished or colored aluminium. Sigalot ...

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