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March 19, 2012
An artist and his dreamy world
- Text by Luca Lo Pinto
Seboo, when compared to many artists, has a wonderful gift. His work and his persona are both very special, personal and not separable. When you look at his paintings, charcoal drawings, sculptures, you immediately lose yourself in them, swept along by an inner visionary force. The world of Seboo is inhabited by strange characters and landscapes on which each of us could project something personal.
Satellite Voices: What was the first work you ever made?
Seboo Migone: A lion made out of clay.
SV: What is the first work of art you have memory of?
Seboo Migone: Edvard Munch's "The Scream".
SV: What’s your dream project?
Seboo Migone: A painting 100 meters tall and 400 wide.
SV: What do you wish you had realised?
Seboo Migone: A good life.
SV: Who’s an artist would you recommend on checking out?
Seboo Migone: Francisco de Goya y Lucientes, a very promising young man.
SV: How do you describe your work?
Seboo Migone: Moving images found in malleable materials: paint, lay or charcoal. Landscape, portrait and architecture merge in unpremeditated combinations.
SV: What is the best spot in Rome where to show a work of art?
Seboo Migone: The road that leads up to the Giardino degli Aranci from the Lungotevere.
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