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Many animal species are changing their habits because climate change. The disappearance of many natural habitat compels these species to a forced adaptation that they would never have faced it if it hadn’t been necessary for their survival.
Moradi’s installations represent the belonging of every living being to the laws of nature, through fantastic appearances of animals out of their habitat that dialogue with the surrounding landscape.
Florence, 1980. Since 2009 he has been combining the pictorial activity with the sculptural and installation activity, assembling wood recovered, pruning, roots and other organic materials that it seeks and collects from woods of mountain, river banks and beaches.
Through the weaving of this material, already formed and marked by nature and time, it creates zero-impact environmental installations immediately recognizable to the eye: human figures and animals, subjects designed to dialogue with the space in which they are inserted.
Since 2017 he has carried out numerous installations in collaboration with the public administration and institutions private, among which in the city of Florence: Unicorno for the park of the Anconella, Leone for the renewed Piazza del Carmine in Oltrarno and the three Giraffes for the Meyer pediatric hospital. He works in Florence in the district of S. Spirito.