Arthur Duff – “Lo spazio ritrovato”

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On Sunday 10 June 2018 open Lo spazio ritrovato curated by Daniele Agostini; the exhibition, organized within the public art exhibition of the Municipality of Morcote, aims to reveal to visitors how contemporary art can intervene in public places and modify them perception and inviting, through this experience, to the reflection and the revaluation of the space that surrounds us. The exhibition involves several Italian and international artists, including: Arthur Duff.

Duff will present the work Scattered edges; a work conceived for the lemon grove of the Scherrer Park, which plays on the internal-external relationship, through the creation of membranes that envelop the space as if they were liana drums, at whose ends neon are applied.

When


Starts: 10 June 2018
Ends: 23 September 2018

Where


Parco Scherrer
Riva di Pilastri 20
6922 Morcote

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Curated by: Daniele Agostini

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