– Beyond the possibility to be seen –

Go back to Plato

Noumena, the Noumenon of Kant, is the set of experiments that reflect on the representation of what is not humanly visible, not because micro or macroscopic, but because beyond its theoretical possibility. This is the common feature of the current “parametrism” and experiments on non-Euclidean geometry that characterize contemporary design. The actual forms assumed are therefore to be understood in the Junghian symbolic sense , as a way to give a look to a content elusive and only “heard”. They celebrate the return of Plato on the cultural scene of the project, with his myth of the cave, its shadows, and, together, the questions about human existence.  Read more