UNTITLED

The aesthetic of misery Milan / Italy / 2013

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Coordinated by Dr. and performer Francesca Telli and Doctors Alessandro Biamonti, Christian Galli


and Matteo Poli, during 2012/2013, my thesis laboratory about natural disasters.


With Cracks, site specific installation, I try to deepen the relationship between exhibition and performance.


 



A structure composed by some paving blocks of Piazza Duomo in Milano that, as a result of a hypothetical earthquake, it’s cracked and extruded and brought to light objects buried by time, precisely fossil objects.


Everyday objects such as tables, chairs and benches, are shown and hidden by the movement of cracks. These objects also play function of supports and scales to performers, who act installation with free climbing and parkour exhibitions.


My research started by the analisys of many aspects about earth disasters like the natural geometry created by the movements of the ground and the possibility that an earthquick has to re-arrange, in violent and random way, a space going to move objects, stuffs and people across the route.

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    Coordinated by Dr. and performer Francesca Telli and Doctors Alessandro Biamonti, Christian Galli and Matteo Poli, during 2012/2013, my thesis laboratory about natural disasters. With Cracks, site specific installation, I try to deepen the relationship between exhibition and performance.   A structure composed by some paving blocks of Piazza Duomo in Milano that, as a result of a hypothetical earthquake, it’s cracked and extruded and brought to light objects buried by time,...

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    • Year 2013
    • Status Research/Thesis
    • Type Public Squares / Exhibitions /Installations
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