Luca Pizzorno’s theatrical installation centered around playfully composed cut-outs wrought from discarded pieces of tin and sheet metal. The figures loosely referenced Egyptian, Mayan, African and Etruscan mythology, interpreted through an elegant yet deceptively simple aesthetic style. Like many other urban primitivists, Pizzorno’s work called for a re-examination of the role of ancient archetypes within our contemporary psychic landscape—connections made all the more apparent in the street-survival settings of the Lower East Side.