The work of Calò — performative and ephemeral — rests at the intersection
of art and architecture. He intervenes on buildings and landscape,
appropriating and transforming architecture and space into symbolic and
aesthetic experiences. His most significant works include a series of walks
that took him 1,600 miles through France, Spain, and Portugal, or 98km
along the abandoned coastal train line in Lebanon, or the appropriation of
the abandoned parliament building in Sarajevo which he illuminated from
sunset to sunrise with an artificial light.