In the tangle of orbits, networks and arabesques that make up the characteristic figure of Letizia Galli’s work a very special “forma mentis” is reflected. Developed within a panoramic vision that we can by all means define scientific, this mental attitude becomes the key to a radical reconsideration of the practice of painting. The first...
“These artists are not bound to mechanistic scientism. Quite the contrary, they subject their oeuvre to constant mental and conceptual provocation, rich in subtle irony, in sensibility, and in a capacity to emotionally solicit that can charge their own works with profound intensity”.
“Although this work may appear to refer to macrocosmic generalities, there is something deeply personal about it. Galli draws objective science into her world of feelings. There is a circularity within Galli's work that moves from personal subjectivity to scientific objectivity. Sometimes her work is inspired by the personal and resolved using scientific language, sometimes the other way around”.
“The theory underlying Galli's work may be compared to post Darwinian knowledge, to non-deterministic ways of thinking. By dripping the painting medium the artist combines a desire to measure the image while at the same time allowing the unforeseen to occur. In this way pure fortuitous chance enriches the work”.