by Diego Cibelli
Feed Me with domestic stuff is a collection of unique works of art in porcelain, objects that tell the relationship between human beings and the environment, when the reference environment is the house lived in an all-encompassing way. In this case the objects are transformed, in addition to their functionality they are asked to be something more.
They thus become the embodiment of something that is not possible for us to reach, something external, exotic. And so in a domestic environment, we find lamps with lion's paws, porcelain lamp-cushions adorned with plants and fruits.
And it is also a game with porcelain, a material idealized as sacred and fragile which here becomes the protagonist of ironic games, for daily use and intimate settings.