Do and undo, they are part of a process that allows hope and identity to be identified, tenacity and stubbornness and which puts a confident expectation inside the unpredictable unexpected. Time and process. These are the two coordinates that certainly also belong to Margherita Levo Rosenberg who, concentration and perseverance, in making and in the coherence of the path, has made its stylistic figure, she who dedicated herself to art as a need that can no longer be contained or postponed. […]
His research, after the first forays into painting, has been able to welcome an evolution in a modular sculpture, additive that has developed three-dimensional shapes by weaving and interlocking modular elements obtained from old x-rays, plastic films and similar materials. Left Rosenberg, come Penelope, weaves and with equal transport creates, following the rhythm of time and the scansion of the process that lead it, step by step, to mature an organic form; a sculpture whose materiality and plasticity are additional, made of progressive accumulation, repeated equally different, which is an intentional practice of doing that never has room for surrender, nor does he want to have it.
From the text "The tenacity of repetition between de-structuring and re-creation" by Matteo Galbiati