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Rubbi's works appear with our presence, our bodies, experimenting with and making visible what it means to be together: as a community, as an audience, as a world; through this form, he underscores our ability to count, to make and reinvent our own history(ies).

Matteo creates in his works contexts that dissociate elements and rearticulate preconceived relationships. He reconfigures what is perceptible in such a way that, almost without realizing it, we enter a universe where the small becomes immense, and that which we believed to be enormous turns out to be an assemblage of tiny fragments. (Susana Moliner Delgado)

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