Sbandata is the result of the dialogue between the Pierre Bal-Blanc and Marcello Maloberti. The title refers to a crush on the classical culture and an incursion into its shapes. The artworks compose a single score of signs allowing a connection, through visual and conceptual references, of the three spaces of the gallery. The first space shows the source of the artist’s creative research, while the other two venues seem to look for and to talk to each other, looking linked and yet counterposed according to a delicate tension. The collages Marmellate are a visual note, private marks, displayed in open binders. The installation Trionfo dell’aurora occupies the whole space with a moltitude of Veronese’s frescoes and 1600 domes cut-outs creating a moving collage on the floor which visitors can step on, while the photo depicts a black guy striking a thoughtful and pictorial pose. The oil on wood painting Vir Temporis Acti India, represents a precious interaction between performance and painting. All the artworks showed offer themselves as the body of the photo Ecorché: the synthesis of the entire exhibition.