Vincenzo's works affect us for the use of materials such as pvc, plexiglass and steel, in constant contrast and dialogue, which allow the works exhibited to be configured in the space as a discreet and mysterious presence that constantly attracts the eye.

Approaching them, you notice the reliefs and prints on the transparency of the PVC - the result of the artist's training as a graphic designer - and the refined shapes of steel and ceramic objects - coming from his interest in Baroque aesthetics - that he has transformed into punk-baroque.

The relationship between man-object and man-environment, in fact, is a fundamental focal point in Zancana's research, who constantly intervenes on materials to allow them to become repositories of his environmental photographic imagery, also acting as a visual and sculptural archive.

The aesthetic-semantic research on materials and the performance of the artist's intervention on them is constantly evolving, as well as the solutions for the setting up and experimentation.

In Zancana's work, the details concern every aspect of the installation and the physical process to achieve that particular result.

In particular, it is interesting to note how the elements selected by Vincenzo always have to do with the relationship with the object and the environment and allow the morphology of the landscape, the fascinating elements of religious iconography and the materials that chooses to connote his works in a unique way.