November 13th, 2017 - January 12th, 2018

Let me briefly idealize the concept of a woodstack. Woodstacks are truly altars to nature and to woodland. The word catasta is a poem in itself, because of the wood that it is made of, the things it conjures up and - in the Italian language - because of the sound of the word itself. I know woodstacks are not always well-crafted things of beauty; often they are an insult to the environment and nature. But, every now and then, they can be veritable constructions: cottages or vast cathedrals with big roofs to cover them, holding the pieces together and sheltering them from rain and snow. (Michele De Lucchi, October 2017)

Exhibition design
Maddalena Molteni, with Matteo Di Ciommo

Alessandra Chemollo (exhibition)
Tom Vack (Woodstack 408 wooden sculpture)