Space research can follow a line that segments reality and connects invisible points tracing new connections. On this principle is based the work of Giacomo Lion, who has designed for Seminaria his greatest ephemeral sculpture: an almost alien geometry that in a three-dimensional grid interacts metaphorically with mathematics, science and technology, and which seems to come out directly from a screen saver of a computer to fit into reality and increase it.
The great geometric solid comes out of the virtual reality breaking into the real and physical space of the village, emphasizing a passing place in a vertigo of vision that distorts prospects.