New York artist Justin Peyser has created ten large sculptures on the theme of diaspora, exploring the departure, necessary or otherwise, of migrants who head off into unchartered and unfamiliar territory. Peyser's installation comprises tilted sheet-metal plates welded together roughly, burn marks still visible, imbalanced and scarred: exactly how the artist views the wandering diaspora, caught between two homelands. Museo Carlo Bilotti - Aranciera, Viale Fiorello La Guardia 4, tel. 060608, www.museocarlobilotti.it.
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