Alchemy in Reinasance

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Alessandro Dari, making use of his chemistry college education, from which it followed his personal research in alchemy studies, engages this “creative journey” in the renaissance Florence.
In the “Alchemy in Renaissance” collection he uses alchemic symbols as aesthetic and esoteric message for the jewels.
He defines alchemy like a “conscious state of matter”, meaning that elements interact to each other or mutate their own nature due to a essenceless memory.
Man can only take part from the outside, giving energies more consistent to their mutations which, according to the chemists, take place in the atom, in a electron level which are point the matter energy of exchange or sharing. This energy for Dari is exclusively divine.