Materials: Locally sourced corrugated fibreglass, brass, aluminium, steel.
Dimensions: 180 × 400 cm each.
Epilogue is the title of a set of two screens made from corrugated fiberglass, aluminum and brass. They are also prototypes of the material finish used by Lina Bo Bardi in the restaurant’s vertical surfaces. Much like an epilogue in a book, which often functions as a commentary of its contents, these two sculptures connect the act of entering and exiting the gallery while introducing an element of color and translucency in the exhibition space.
Epilogue is lit by Grazie e arrivederci, a light piece that somehow condenses a sunset. Both a thank-you and a farewell this work is the conclusion of Condorelli’s research on garden-exhibitions, on the history of the use of decorative plants and, of course, on the work by Lina Bo Bardi. The work consists of a set of light gels colour matched with a photograph of a sunset seen from Zanzibar, in Salvador da Bahia.