St Mark's Square and other Polygons
Typology: Illustrative Research
Organiser: Town of Venice
Site: St Mark's Square, Venice, Italy
Drawing its inspiration from Edwin Abbott’s Flatland (1884), such an oddly dimensioned illustration is inhabited by several different polygons, geometric figures representing a separate and ever-changing definition of human, which we always try to define despite his complexity and fluidity.
The Square and Other Polygons are illustrated in a moment of encounter, awe, relaxation, disappointment, exploration, passion, incomprehension, travel, togetherness, restoration etc. St Mark not only becomes the emblem of the moments we missed during the last two years of the pandemic but it represents the values that will always be with us during life’s constant transformation.