Casa del pisello von , in .

Gianni Caravaggio macht mit seinen kleinen poetischen Skulpturen mythische Handreichungen. Eine „Erbse“ hat in einem handgewirkten, zeltartigen Gebilde Unter­schlupf gefunden, ein Samen, Ursprung allen Lebens, behütet bis seine Stunde des Keimens gekommen ist. „Casa del pisello / das Erbsenhaus“ mit den Worten Caravaggios: „Six knitting needles are forming a tetra-structure held together by four knitted pieces of silk thread. Every piece has a different tone of green just as you can observe it on a green-pea. Together the triangular pieces create a green tetra-space. Aggressive and pricking from the outside, soften at the inside. Protective and atmospheric. In the Italian language green-pea, „pisello“, signifies also the male sex in a light ironic way. These qualities, these images are the materialisation of the contemplation of a green-pea. It is me gazing and thinking at something. It is my materialised relation to a green-pea and this materialised relation creates a habitat: the House of Green-pea. The loving look at things creates a specific site.