Francesco Ardini was born in Padua, Italy and discovered ceramics during his study years.
The vision of reality in Ardini’s studies relates to broken objects, uneven surfaces, the apparent dissolution, the linearity undermined by failure. All these lead to a naturalism where the works provide biological cycles in which the dissolution is always followed by a formal definition. “As a result of profound reflections of scientific nature, I consider the idea that the world is not based on linearity, but that its essence sinks into chaos.” says the artist.
Ardini accepts the idea that a large part of reality is not linear, but chaotic, and has a view of a universe development which will end in a cosmic catastrophe. These ideas place Ardini’s work in the sphere of conceptual art.
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The ceramic, as symbol of the object of domestic use of megaron, is forced to change.
It is also fragile and precarious. The ceramic undergoes the space that surrounds it, the will of the user who uses it and the time. It is no longer an immutable, static and solid presence in the house. The edges are blurred.