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Camilla Alberti
Italy

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C'è un respiro che muove verso se stesso #1
Acrylic on canvas / 2019
cm 102x102x10
Price 1500 €
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About the artwork
This pictorial research reflects on the life of plants considering them as living and transformative elements. The plant paradigm is shown here as a symbol capable of deconstructing animal and above all anthropocentric narcissism. Architecture, a human relationship tool, is changed and absorbed by the relationship tool of plants: adaptation. Human and plant cognitive and perceptive methods are therefore analysed and superimposed. The title focuses precisely on this aspect of transformation implemented by the reconquest of space, reworking a quote by the Byzantine writer Giovanni Stobeo: “there is a breath that moves itself towards itself and from itself”. In the pictorial series, plants stem from human domestication and are considered in the act of spatial reconquest while phagocytising architectural elements and human ruins.

About the artist
Camilla Alberti (Milan 1994) is an Italian artist who lives and works in Milan. Her research examines the ways in which space is conceptually, socially and phenomenologically produced, considers multiple thematic registers ranging from landscape to architecture, looking also at the relationship between different living species. She received her BA in Visual Arts at NABA (New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan), where she is now also attending the two-year MA in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies. Since 2017 she is part of the roaster of artists of the curatorial research platform ECCENTRIC Art & Research in Milan. Among her exhibitions are worth mentioning: Incontro # 10 The Imagined Subject at Adolfo Pini Foundation (2017); Window Project at Spazio 22, curated by ECCENTRIC Art & Research (2017), Questions on the Living curated by Gabriela Galati at aA29 Project Room Milan (2018), all group exhibitions held in the city of Milan. One of her latest installations was presented in the Swamp School Project by Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas in the Lithuanian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2018). Selected among the finalist artists of the States of Mind Award, her Regression project was exhibited at Palazzo Valmanara Braga in Vicenza (2019).
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