Mousse Magazine
Bryant Wells

Cleo Fariselli's exhibition, Yiayi, at Operativa Arte Contemporanea in Rome is an ethereal world apart. The space of the gallery is transformed into a quiet chamber, full of half-hidden sounds and shapes: raku casts that seemed glazed with moon-water, scagliola carpigiana figures that radiate a mysterious softness, all under rose light and gentle folds, surrounded by a distant haunting soundtrack.