Drunk Blue, 2014
47 x 70 inches (Each Panel: 47 x 35 inches / 120 x 180 cm.)
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In this piece, the modern era meets history, featuring the symbols for the brace punctuation mark vibrantly painted on marble. Gabriele De Stantis is said to use marble because it calls back to the marble columns of his hometown Rome, and his painting technique creates a marbling effect as well. Meanwhile, his depiction of braces, which are a less commonly-used punctuation mark, more often seen in computer programming than in writing, demonstrates his interest in digital culture.