P1100083Carlo Cane was born in Piedmont and has always been a lover of nature and its evolution and, as such asupporter of Darwun’s theory.
At his surreal visions he opposes architectures where men strongly and selfishly shape the environment fort his own interest.
Carlo, sensible in his own deep soul, puts in front of the observer’s eyes bewlderments, undefined spaces, white patterns, lush vegetation, insects, animals, all with evident aesthetic values, which appear to be wanting to repossess their lost space.
It is therefore vital to reconstruct a world in which each living being has got its own space.