Born in 1982 in Florence, Giovanni Ozzola lives and works on the Canary Islands. A multidisciplinary artist, Ozzola principally uses photography, video and sculptural installations, showing a profound sensitivity towards the phenomenon of light and its various physical characteristics. His personal exhibition at the private space 166 Art Space, revolves around the principal interests of the artist - conceptualise, represent the infinite and exploration, both in geographic terms, as well as in terms of introspection. Dichotomies - darkness and light, man and nature, time and infinity - dominate the pieces on display, bent towards leading the spectator to a state of contemplation and active participation. With the iconic photos of bunkers and warehouses covered in graffiti created in the Canary Islands, offset by almost-abstract stellar landscapes with blue tones but prevalently black that conduct the spectator in an astoundingly other-dimensional experience. On the floor of the exhibition hall is a propeller, the only trace of an ideal vessel to conduct the artist and the spectator towards a safe port, towards the salvation of the world which often requires a continuous pilgrimage towards the discovery of self and one’s role in the world.