The entrance of Villa Sciarra in Rome has for Federica always represented a door to the imagination.
The view of the greenery that can be seen through the gap between the Gianicolo Walls opens up a series of fantastic visions, where lights, shapes, and colors vary depending on the seasons.
These multiple variations are interpreted and expressed in material form through mixed techniques of embroidery on silk, and sewn-on ceramics.
This work describes a rather silent event of our present but in a constant emergency.
Although not using innovative and cutting-edge technologies, through a glimpse, a wonderful opportunity is shown to reconsider our actual needs, those that now seem to have been taken for granted.
The vase is intended for sculptural purposes.
The use of water to hold flowers/plants is not recommended.