Who's talking? - public art by Vittorio CORSINI. Luicciana, Bisenzio Valley, Prato Province (Italy)

Who's talking? - public art by Vittorio CORSINI. Luicciana, Bisenzio Valley, Prato Province (Italy)
Among the several environmental works made by the Italian artist Vittorio Corsini, Who's talking? is one of the most recent and interesting.
It was conceived especially for the tiny town of Luicciana, one of the smallest municipalities in Italy, which is in the green Bisenzio Valley, in Prato Province.
Corsini projected a work made out of two elements: a streetlamp and a seat.
Once you are seated, you can listen to some stories that come from the streetlamp loudspeaker system.
The artist indeed asked some of the inhabitants of Luicciana to record some ancient stories of the town. In this way, while contemplating the valley landscape, the visitor can get in touch with its old stories and of those who live there.
This particular work, whose shape reminds the outline of the green mountains around, create an intimate dialogue with the landscape and with all those who come to visit it.

Vittorio Corsini's work is closely linked with what is called 'enviromental art'.
Through his sculptures or installations, he investigates the relationship between art and sociality, the natural landscape and the human space.
Corsini works for public commissions (Tuscany Region or different municipalities), museums and private galleries.

Images and further information on Vittorio Corsini?s work can be found
http://www.vittoriocorsini.com