'FUGA DI LEPRI' 1994, bronze, each L cm 20 to 40

We could say that Vergani stages a fable every time; a fable which is never a bizarre personal history, a subjective fantasy. Her installation tell of the instinct, the identity the fear, the rage, the shades and pleasures of a humanity which is still partly zoomorphic and the same time hyper technological. They are existential tranche de vie, rather than fables. Her art features the moral without the fable. Here sculptures always interact with events or presences existing outside the stage.                Tommaso Trini