Beatrice Scaccia | BOSI ARTES(987 reads)
At times we remember the movements but not the words | 18 Apr - 19 May
The artist, in New York for over a year at the painting department of the Jeff Koons Studio, choose Rome to present a sequence of works to the public two-faced, twelve small and four large format, with a clear evolution from the previous technical series
He, She, It: masculine, feminine and neuter gender.
In addition to wax drawings, the exhibition will be presented in two animations: Eve-Dance, exhibited in New York in September 2011 and At least a snake,made in March 2012 for the exhibition "Inner Homeland" at the Golden Thread of Belfast. Two different jobs, but having a common denominator: the portrait of Eve in search of its identity.
An investigation of the self, achieved through an intimate and personal path load of tracks that come from the artist's personal experiences only to be contextualized in the society of everyday chaos. Only a small mullioned window to identify the space in the white paper and, then, the human figure, sole and undisputed star of the works. Some features of red-and small details tail, ears, skirt, shirt-to characterize the human silhouette in the narrative sequence.
As written by the same editor, the work of Scaccia are like "frames of a past that can sit buried under the dust and then, a bully, resurface. Shards, fragments assembled in an attempt to reconstruct a story, perhaps autobiographical, but not only, as in every human memories are stored away, clear or confused, scenes,moments frozen like a photograph, just frames (...) ".
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