“The contribution that Arnaldo Pomodoro has made to art and the evolution of aesthetic-figurative language is enormous and goes beyond his being a sculptor. From the perforated spheres that reveal structural content or the conformation of other rotating spherical mechanisms, to the complexity of cuneiform signs set out in writing that is an end in itself or still incomprehensible to us. Pomodoro crystallises his vision of contemporary aesthetics and in disseminating the characteristic texture of his “panels”, he has enormous success and introduces us to a new aesthetic technology.”
Text taken from the article: Arnaldo pomodoro, l’esteta della tecnologia.
Asker and Weik shape their lettering by taking inspiration from and reinterpreting the forms and textures of the artist. The wall that hosts their graffiti is torn apart and reveals its interior, just as in the works of Pomodoro, while the volumes of the letters blend organically, balancing architectural composition.