Paolo Icaro (Turin 1936, lives and works in Tavullia, in the Province of Pesaro) is one of the protagonists of 1970s artistic research, the Arte Povera movement, and has always experimented with the action of sculpting in relation to form and space. “Space in sculpture,” he states, “is the same space in which my body is, and I’m also in the same space as the sculpture. Sculpture is therefore body, the body of the idea which creates vulnerable gravity, just like any other body in the universe.”