Giuseppe Munafo

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Artwork
MASTERING THE MIND, 2011; mixed media, dimensions variable.
MASTERING THE MIND, 2011; mixed media, dimensions variable.
MASTERING THE MIND, 2011; mixed media, dimensions variable.
MASTERING THE MIND, 2011; mixed media, dimensions variable.
MASTERING THE MIND, 2011; mixed media, dimensions variable.
Giuseppe
Munafo
Artist's Statement

For many years, I have been working on a theoretical-artistic and scientific research focused on the evidence of the energy that drives creativity and progress in every field. Mastering the Mind takes you on a journey through the brain where life, matter and intellect are in direct communication between all entities in the universe. The best way to create an awareness of how the mind is capable of taking us to the point of entry is to work with something familiar and globally used. The search engine, Google, is the source for the four themes of the exhibit: Portraits, The Japan Disaster, Prince William and Kate’s Wedding, The Economic Crisis. Language, Logic and Science make us aware of the process, employed by the mind, to move through space and allow us to understand how matter and intellect relate to the universe, according to a spontaneous organic aggregation. The immortality of the intellect expands the universe.

Bio/Resume

Giuseppe Munafo was born in Avola Italy in 1963. He earned his academic degree in architecture at the University of Genoa. In addition to his work as a designer and architect, Munafo is an accomplished and respected painter and sculptor. He has been the recipient of numerous commissions from both private and public sources which have earned him international notoriety as an artist. Munafo’s work is developed on the binomial concept of “form and content” and the continued experimentation with various materials and techniques to express a profound and rich multiplicity of ideas and effects. His work has been displayed at several important cultural and artistic events and he is also a pivotal participant in the organization and coordination of art projects for the Museum of Art at Casa Colombo (MACC) in Jersey City where he works on the organization of art exhibitions and installations. He lives in Paramus, New Jersey.