Time and nature yield us many gifts through artistic creativity for the Creative and Meaningful World. David Michelangelo's praise is, that he dared to produce his artworks in colossal transparency, or into universality. The sculptural poetry of the current time breaks with a certain idea of time, one regulated by great events and rhythms inherited from the past. It finds its material no longer in historical succession, but in geographical simultaneity, in the multiplicity of activities distributed in the diverse spaces of a territory. It finds its form no longer in regular artistic creativity inherited from tradition, but in the common pulse that links these activities. With a poetic approach, just as in the form of the poet's production; We re-designed and revived the Statue of David for Home Decor with a poetic expression. We gave him a new expression and life with an inheritance from tradition. We offer you a statue of David, not a statue, but a redesigned and produced one.
Like Emerson's statements in "The Poet.":
"We are symbols, and inhabit symbols; workman, work and tools, words and things, birth and death, all are emblems; but we sympathize with the symbols, and, being infatuated with the economical uses of things, we do not know that they are thoughts. The poet, by an ulterior intellectual perception, gives them a power which makes their old use forgotten, and puts eyes, and a tongue into every dumb and inanimate object. He perceives the independence of the thought on the symbol, the stability of the thought, the accidency and fugacity of the symbol. As the eyes of Lyncreus were said to see through the earth, so the poet turns the world to glass, and shows us all things in their right series and procession. For, through that better perception, he stands one step nearer to things, and sees the flowing or the metamorphosis; perceives that thought is multiform; that within the form of every creature is a force impelling it to ascend into a higher form ... All the facts of the human economy, sex, nutriment, gestation, birth, growth, are symbols of the passage of the world into the soul of man, to suffer there a change, and reappear a new and higher fact. He uses forms according to the life, and not according to the form."
The task of the sculpturer is to awaken this potentiality of design, this potential of common experience of a spiritual world, slumbering in every list of posture and line, as it is in the array of objects, and the deployment of prosaic activities. It is is not a matter of the happy invention. It is the work of life.