It is a structure installed outside the CDR headquarters. It is the expression of Luciano Romoli’s aesthetic research starting from the reflection on three fundamental scientific concepts: resonance, studied by Huygens amongst the others, the representation of Fourier’s harmonic functions and the conchoidal curve conceived by Nicomede.
CDR and art
The harmonious combination of study, research and work generated and continues to generate at CDR a particular sensitivity to art, under the artistic and philosophical guide of Luciano Romoli.
The unity of two cultures, the scientific one and the humanistic one, imbued with the privileged adhesive of fantasy and imagination, brought to the develop of a particular form of art that CDR produces and promotes with passion and engagement: video, images, installations, performances, architectures, interior design modules. Various forms of expression in which the artistic element converses with technology elegantly.
Beato Angelico and the geometrical theories have insiperd the analysis of the space in which is inserted the "Annunciazione" fresco, at the San Marco convent, in Florence. The structure comes from the study and it was inserted inside the right aisle of the Pieve di Santa Maria allo Spino, nearby Siena, in 1983.
On the 21st September the contemporary art exhibition on the work of Mario Romoli, opens at the villa di Poggio Reale di Rufina, Florence.
The Invisible Things Festival is an event dedicated to science, physics and mathematics and takes place in Montelupo Fiorentino at the beginning of spring.