One of NEVECREW’s latest murals was realized back in July with the title: “Shifting machine”. It is a 168 x 5,7 meters wall in Cadenazzo, Switzerland on a building that is going to be a new hub for the sorting of packages traffic for the southern region of Switzerland, (built by STISA SA). It is placed in a particular location that’s a mix between industrial area and natural landscapes. This work takes its shape by the structure of the wall, its readability, its position (between industrial areas, houses and a wide natural landscape and life) and the activity that it’s going to start inside the building of which is part: the sorting of the national packages traffic for the southern region of Switzerland, that’s a need that came from the continuous growing of the online market.
Thinking about a symbolical net, a twine of transfers and projected thoughts, and as well as the imagine of a production line both mechanical and human, we then worked on communication, movement, relocation and interaction, and so on transformation, and we extended this to an overall vision where the human system and the natural system are interconnected in a continuous and mutual mutation. A mutation that of course is in part automatic and spontaneous, but also the consequence of direct actions and choices that could interfere and redefine the path and the balance.
The artistic crew intended to connect all these elements to their usual content, and this is the result. Enjoy the images they have been so kind to share with us.
Mural painting realized on the new STISA SA packages center in Cadenazzo (CH), 2019.
Nevercrew (Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni) :
All pictures by NEVERCREW except progress and drone pictures by Paul Nicol and Dino Martignoni