Sandro Visca

Sandro Visca“A red heart on the Gran Sasso” is a cinematographic work created in 1975 by Sandro Visca. A large red heart is built and carried in procession on the Abruzzo mountains: an intimate need of the artist that radiates like a secular prayer, to overcome the mere striking gesture through a collective reflection on the environment and the relationship between man and the nature. Off Site Art pays tribute with Visca’s work to the places that surround us, to their beauty, power and fragility, irreplaceable presences of our memory where to mirror oneself and find our most sincere self.

Exhibitions: L’Aquila In

The hoped-for goal is the achievement of a possible remote world, where the meaning of life can be the reason for our large patrimony of memories.