In Albizzati’s work (born in 1988) the light always seems to come from the depths of the support, as if it were gently blossoming on its surface. Surfaces whose material is overworked. Here, the surface is polished with graphite. There, a cracked resin or layers of wax under the aerosol, give a lunar impression: craters and accidents, which take the light or reveal it.Elsewhere, Albizzati abuses his support. He crumples the paper, folds it, tears it, leaves it aside, to come back to it and bring forth from these wounds the memory or the sketch of a mysterious landscape, whether physical or mental.