The latest work by the Campana brothers boasts an incredibly unconventional aesthetic that will surely engage the audience through shape, texture, and format. Scheduled to debut at the Giustini/Stagetti gallery in Rome, Humberto and Fernando Campana will be making public their Notturno #1 and Notturno #2 collections.
The range of objects includes bacteria-inspired lamps and carpets, a sensory-enhancing chair, a series of metallic ink drawings and more. The Campana brothers specified that Notturno #1 and Notturno #2 are an "investigation into their combined creative processes" which are directly informed by "[the] culture, [the] language and [the] architecture" of Sao Paulo. Striking in their appearance, the unconventionally inspired objects by the Campana brothers feature intricate techniques— from hand-knotted wool and banano silk to overlapping fury textiles.