«Art is religion, in the deep etymological meaning of the word: “re-ligio” as re-binding between the substance of man and the essence of Invisible. In the enticing forms of an oniric carnality, Di Micco represents this sort of cosmic wedding, primordial marriage between light and shadow. The dark substance of Universe becomes a gala dress, crumpled up on artist shapes, tearing the spacetime. Human body comes out of an petroleum snake, cosmic mantle filled whit soil and stars, not less delightful then the magnificent draperies of the history of art. The dual nature of humans depends on the double nature of the Universe: they can be serpents, titans, deities, or Bellmer’s dolls. With the same shot».

journalist, art critic