The work strangely titled “NGM” (it’s an acronym for the names of its three authors) is quite strange-looking, both for the choice of materials and for its visual appearance. The three high-school students who produced it (Nicolò Patrizio, Giovanni Felisi, Matteo Carraro), from the Liceo “G.B. Benedetti” of Venice, explained that the choice of materials was at the very heart of their creative process.
Wood and copper were used to assemble a structure that remains a bit mysterious in its meaning. This is not uncommon in contemporary artworks, so we have to accept the insecurity. The pictures below show the assembly from two sides.