The Sardinian artist honors his ancestors Mediterranean through its megaliths and myths attached to them. With no mistake, its purpose is to compose an ode after the raw material of basalt, volcanic stone, or quartz, resulting in a highly spiritual dimension.
Sciola, knows how to choose with an innate taste, well-worn stones, and sometimes even sound, and create compositions intersected in space, for their place in nature.
The artist renders us with his stones directly influences from his work and research.
It emerges like a deaf beauty, deeply moving, as it goes to the very sources of our humanity, the side of the rock engravings at Lascaux, or the Stones ... Tibesti elected by Sciola remind us of our common origins, and in this sense that is the gift he gives us, with his monumental work, sobriety and modernity undeniable.
Deeply rooted in European culture, from Madrid to Paris, Sciola was also a student of Marcuse in Germany, and most recently collaborated with architect Renzo Piano for "La Città della Musica" in Rome.
Since the Venice Biennale in 1976, until the birth and the installation of its first sound sculptures in 1996, in the castle park of Versailles, we are affected in the heart by this natural heritage, reviewed and worked by inspired artist embodied Sciola.