The analytical characteristic of Vicentini’s painting consists in the habit of concentrating aesthetic research on minimal elements that are as pure as possible, organising them into a simple visible syntax where each variation and run-out gains strength and importance. The visible thought of the artist emerges and develops from a completely personal painting method that has been perfected over time. The infinite and absolute space of the work originates from the lyrical and programmed gesture of the artist; in this dimension the synthetic and cooled colour fragment appears to be moving in a continuous development. In the exhibition spaces in Malpensa, Giorgio Vicentini displays Flying Notes, a cycle of work that is reflected in and is the result of research into the process and action of painting, and the possibilities of achromatic elements: black and white. Vicentini’s work is proof of an aesthetic attitude where the sensual gaze captures and accentuates general harmony; at the same time, the same gaze is acute and analytical, aware of how everything is a configuration and a gathering of parts that are in motion. Flying Notes gives cadence and rhythm to travellers’ waiting time, the work is in succession, constructing a fluid horizon that accompanies the gaze of the spectator beyond the surrounding space.