Alberonero is really into squares. Lots of them. Painted in a plethora of colours and applied to anything that will stand still long enough to become part of his dazzling collection of artistic sites.
This particular installation is part of the Periferica project, ‘Where urban regeneration meets creativity’. A disused quarry in Mazara del Vallo, in the southernmost part of Sicily, Italy, had been transformed and re-energised by the local artists and creative community.
Alberto’s has implemented his signature style of painted squares for this festival installation piece. The talented Italian artist has created a two and three-dimensional interactive artwork titled ‘86+73’. Essentially a large white building has been overlayed by a pleasing rhythm of soft coloured, painted squares.