A foggy vision of a confused existence, with smoothed shores where the culture, especially literature, even if it is complex, could trace a path and invent and define a social-cosmic image. For this project, Milan Farronato , a curator with a dynamic and international character, invited three Italian artists, through a processual and final choice, researched but also emotional, to represent the Italian Pavillon by getting very deep accomplices: Liliana Moro Milano, , Chiara Fumai Roma, — Bari, and Enrico David Ancona, The complementary Trio is reunited in order to work on the project and since the first analysis we can find a complexity in the title, which is explicative and mystic at the same time, due to the figure of speech: the anastrophe. Continuing with the evocation of an archetype shape of the imaginary.
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A foggy vision of a confused existence, with smoothed shores where the culture, especially literature, even if it is complex, could trace a path and invent and define a social-cosmic image. For this project, Milan Farronato , a curator with a dynamic and international character, invited three Italian artists, through a processual and final choice, researched but also emotional, to represent the Italian Pavillon by getting very deep accomplices: Liliana Moro Milano, , Chiara Fumai Roma, — Bari, and Enrico David Ancona, The complementary Trio is reunited in order to work on the project and since the first analysis we can find a complexity in the title, which is explicative and mystic at the same time, due to the figure of speech: the anastrophe.
Continuing with the evocation of an archetype shape of the imaginary. It confuses and disorients. The artists will conjugate their analysis through their personalities which reflect different moments, different modalities, different truths, realities, dimensions, escapes, returns, fullness and emptiness spaces. The combination of artworks and different dimensions take place through a common denominator, to gain a universal coexistence, that means the contemporary one, like a Zeitgeist that is defined by a bridge between past and present, in which one can find as main purpose the research.
The mattresses are slightly illuminated; they are forced and delimited in space and they represents epiphanies and memories, like a re-enactment of an intimate trousseau.
Now they are naked and tied up for removal, like the memory of a consumed and lacerated love. In the background, echoes of words and notes as signal of a hymn, here recognized as a national anthem but also stands as a universal statement of revolution, Bella Ciao.
Enrico David is an insatiable and multiform author. He usually analyzes the constants of the human being as it is, as power and energy, first trace, in-finitum, constantly attempting to draw the body but a body without subject and object, decontextualized, organic, broken.
These figures are lost, in oblivion waiting for identity or a dissection for reconstruction. Enrico disfigures the figures thought different actions and multiple and technical means like sculpture, painting and weaving. Chiara Fumai , recently passed away, is represented throughout a vivid and not sad sublimation of her memory and through a strong active will to understand her whole work. Obviously, thanks to the personal and deep relationship with the curator, who wanted to celebrate, for this occasion, an artwork originally destined to a collective exhibition, Si Sedes Non Is , at The Breeder gallery Atene, , managed by the same curator.
For this reason, he took part of it as spectator but also as inside member of the processual part of the project, from its conception to the final definition. The cohabitation of pre-existing and original artworks of the artists, keeps on in a constant research of equilibrium. The artists and the curator designed the structure itself, a structure that is not an omniscient mediator neither a spotlight for the art-works. One of the most sensitive and important research theme for many artists has been always the need to analyze the lacerated conflict question about soul-body of the occidental human being.
The Labyrinth is fragmented, claustrophobic and repetitive like an ambient in which space gets smaller and time loses references: where silence and a sense of hanging collapse into an infinite-present. The project leads the visitor, according to a logic definition, to the choice, as almost a scientific concept of uncertainty that means the infinite and casual possibility that brings to a non-linear path, even in reverse.
The choice as a casual — effect value. A choice as question of reflection on the contemporary period, as active implication of reaction, choice as answer, as war, as in conflict with the impossible relationship between the individual and the modern society, and also the universal laws. The feeling of uncertainty and impotence pervades as instinct, but the gifts, as the artworks catalyze gently the dramaturgy. Especially with an open-relative mind: the dead-truth is not ended in itself, and the culture is a forma mentis that keeps moving on in a constant motion as the human nature, made of imagination and desire.
It is possible to visit the Italian Pavilion until November 24th at Arsenale. Milovan Farronato, curator of the Italian Pavilion. Vanessa Ignoti graduated from the Fine Arts Academies of Venice and later Milan, respectively in Decoration and Cinema and Video, went through a course of studies and interest from publishing to New Technologies. With experience in the management and organization of exhibitions and art projects, she focuses her interest on communication and theory of art.
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