In other words, contemporaneity is a singular relationship with one’s own times, one that both participates in them and also distances itself from them. To be more exact, it is that relationship with time that participates in it through a displacement and an anachronism. (Giorgio Agamben)
The unreachable, fertile, home-studio of Olimpia Biasi stands out against a grey-white, February, Treviso horizon. Unreachable, by length, a pink gauge to which the green of her famous garden draws near, a living wall against a predictable winter background.
It’s by no means a light-hearted feeling, what permeates the art of Kusama Yayoi, but a sense of anguish that is derived by her eternal obsession, which comes to be transfigured into different art forms such as paintings, sculptures and installations.
Prague is an eternal city. A goddess with multiple faces. A journey through the time, which opens the doors of the history from which the city itself is surrounded. Each step enchants the spectator’s eyes who is magically transported to other worlds like in a dream.
Belgrade is still carrying on the scars of the Nato bombs that hit the town during the Balkans war, in the meanwhile the Museum of Contemporary Art (built in 1958 in Novi Beograd) has just reopened and the National Museum, is under restoration and it is not visitable, although the website declares that the Museum […]
Music plays in the distance, melancholic Latin music; someone has passed by this house, we aren’t meant to know who, perhaps because time doesn’t exist down there. The presences are dreamlike, unconscious, they’re stories that continue in an undefined area between past and present.
The Swedish artist Öyvind Fahlström was defined by Pontus Hulten, the first director of the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, “citizen of the world” for his curiosity about reality and its phenomena .
The quiet life of objects gives way to a meticulous description rather than a narrative, to enjoy the luxury of effort, patience and silence, a rigorous contemplation of the elusiveness of reality.
We are no longer creatures endowed of only five senses: the technology has given us hundreds. We can observe the universe through the whole electromagnetic spectrum […] capture the molecular forces. We can contemplate the universe from the outside and having an overview […] To do so, however, we must convert the data transmitted by […]