The art installation Dentro Fuori recalls the image of a wall which implies 'this side' and 'that side'. Michele De Lucchi describes the wall as a divider but also as a symbol of protection "within the walls of our homes we feel welcome and safe, these walls protect our affections and our intimacy: it can be said that the walls would not exist without our living environment”.
Dentro Fuori is a spiral-shaped wall placed in the garden of Villa Strobele and made entirely of larch from the Valsugana. It has many doors, windows ,niches that frame the surrounding landscape. The roof is built with shingles which are made in a traditional way.
Dentro Fuori was born outdoors and defines the open space. It breathes and lets nature come in, it does not create obstacles. It's a free installation that frees the mind of all those that walk through, it moves around the trees without damaging them with its presence, by enclosing them within. It has many small and large openings that frame the forest and mountains. It is a wall in nature that brings out the very nature, making it more obvious, more friendly in touch with the proportions of man.