“Once upon a time there was the ocean and once the wind”.
This is the fairy-tale that the “Temerari” of Vincenzo Ganadu seem to tell, burdened with the trembling delirium of a surfer, the indecisions of an archer and the evocative poem of the Sardinian bronze statues.
Hi sculpture narrate of the water and the wind. They twist and tremble trying to came out of themselfes, trying to feel the mistral without finding it and asking for a reply. It is so that the fairy-tale became poem, when the narrator doesn’t know the end and leaves it to the water and the wind.