The historical and graphical research of Enzo Carnebianca develops along the line that defines the human presence, beyond its appearance, as if it was emptied of all its reality; suit with an open zip-fastener suspended, that does not cover a body but reveals only its distressed and definitive absence. The body has no more strength to be a figure, as if a secret and hostile link pushed it into a fetal position, or compressed it into an absurd dimension, dorsal-spine that stretches into an absurd neck, into hallucinated head that turns into a mask. Apparitions of our obsession, presence of will-power not resigned, more than a real image a woman figure. Yet, in the gesture of his working hand, there is a dense tenderness, that wraps up the incarnation of the work of art, the sensation of the metamorphosis in act into a sorrowful extreme recovery. The hallucinated and sculpture or rather the deposition of a feeling that lives and resists, torso and anguished moment, the absurd aspect become the proof of our indelible memory; sculpture or rather the deposition of a feeling that lives and resists, torso and truk, that beyond the absurd and the emptiness are still flesh and body, in a clut that becomes face, in a gesture that becomes an invocation of love, in the lucid passion that draws from the material as in a enigma, the fragment, but in this dimension, absolute and irreversible form.

1980
Elio Mercuri