Listen to the light | EN

Listen to the light | EN

Stories of light, because light itself is a story. The first podcast series dedicated to Davide Groppi’s search for his own light. Light to see and feel people and space. Light like a vision, but also like a feeling.


February 2, 2023 9 min
Discover a story. A story of light.

What we are looking for is a narrative light.
"Incontroluce" is a listening journey that retraces our idea of light, our values, our work.

"The lamps and solutions we invent every day are the language we use to seduce and tell our stories."

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Light to live, to listen to.
An imaginary dialogue between Davide Groppi today and Davide Groppi the child, still searching for his idea of light and magic. The search is not yet over, today as before it leans continuously towards new frontiers and boundaries to be overcome. A continuous experiment that has led us to rethink some of our most popular lamps and to present an absolute novelty.
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Curated by Peggy Guggenheim Collection for Davide Groppi.

Windows Open Simultaneously (1912, Robert Delaunay).
This work is one of the “fragments of a rainbow” proposed by Delaunay in his Windows series, resulting from the scientific knowledge at the beginning of the Twentieth century about light and colour, an integral part of the author’s artistic journey.
In Windows the reflection on light is at the centre of the artist’s work. A l...
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Curated by Peggy Guggenheim Collection for Davide Groppi.

Untitled (1953, Tancredi Parmeggiani).
Tancredi Parmeggiani was a precocious and innovative artist. In his work, the iridescent and hazy light of Venetian winters, the inspiration by Byzantine mosaic and the Kandinskian use of colour lead to an iridescent “spatial pointillism”, with which he created solid structures pervaded by soft light that almost vaporised in the atmospher...
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Curated by Peggy Guggenheim Collection for Davide Groppi.

Twenty-three glass sculptures after sketches by Picasso (1964, Egidio Costantini).
The transparency of glass makes it welcoming to light, ready to receive it, be shaped by it. Venetian art seems itself reflected in glass: painting of light, art, vibration of water and sky.
Egidio Costantini, the “master of master glassmakers”, challenged himself with the modernity of great Twen...
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