Enchantingly the esoteric nature of the mage Eliodoro becomes assembled in the surreal atmosphere of sixties décor that transports us into his world of imagination. Lover of the occult arts and beguiling capers, he enters the history of Catania mounted upon his elephant (“u liotru”), symbol of the town. Eliodoro’s paradoxical love hate relationship with his community manifests itself as today saving the town and tomorrow tricking it. Our storyteller portrays of his magical elephant, whose undulating skin is echoed by an installation in ceramic from Caltagirone, masterpiece by Maestro Iudici.
Between vintage bedside tables and conical light sources which is the embodiment of elephant tusks and trunk, you enter into his enchanted world. From the vision of the illuminator “sputinik”, with its mesmerizing strobe effects, to the organ inspired floor lamp, conjuring thoughts of Eliodoro’s gibes to the clergy, light dances through space into the mirrored installation, representing the mage enchantments, where truth and lies, like light and reflection, chase and hide from each other to finally find serenity in the escape, as the legend tells, in a flow of rain illuminated by the moon.