Ossa Fracide e Cervie Volanti, Church of Santa Marta , Ivrea (TO)
Atelier dell'Errore for "La Grande Invasione"
For the church of Santa Marta I asked my kids to think of animals made of bones that would occupy all the low walls, niches and recesses of the church's only nave.
Above, by transfiguration, resurrected and levitating, a selection of the Cervie Eustachee created a few years ago for the Church of San Stae on the Grand Canal in Venice: lightweight Cervie floating in the beautiful light of the central rose window.
After all, Martha was the Lazarus' sister, who got up on command and walked.
Our Cervie, on command they rise themselves, and they fly.