[Schiz-zìs-mo] · noun 1 technique to produce hints, ideas and visions that exceed the subject’s needs of clearness, coherence and uniformity. Born at the beginning of the 21st century from the ashes of the uncertainty principle and the incompleteness theorems, the S. defines itself as science of programming singularity and anomaly. 2 painting. In visual arts, impressionistic instantaneity in the use of the pen on the sheet, immediate imprint of the object onto the consciousness, run-up of the speed to the present. 3 figuratively. Architecture of spots and doodles. Born in 1931 in Potenza, Riccardo Dalisi lives since ever in Naples, where he is professor at the Federico II University. Internationally renowned artist and designer, his works are on display in several private collections and public museums the world over (Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris; Denver Art Museum; Art Museum, Montréal; the Triennale Museum, Milan).