The Artifact Labyrinth: Unfixed histories and the language of transformation

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On May 4 2019 Studio la Città will be opening the group show The Artifact Labyrinth: unfixed histories and the language of transformation, a show curated by Jacob Hashimoto who, for this occasion, has invited four American artists, Dave Hardy, Dave Kennedy, Elizabeth Moran and Abbey Williams, to take part in a conceptual and visual interaction between their heterogeneous works of sculpture, installations, and video. At the heart of this dialogue between the works on show is the concept of “process”, in the sense of a creative procedure undertaken by the four artists in different ways, according to the themes that they have chosen to convey through their works. The process chosen by each one is, then, the most efficient for giving rise to thoughts, for launching a provocation, an attempt to interpret the destabilising changes of the contemporary age, arguments that are often dealt with by the artists starting from their personal stories.

When


Starts: May 4, 2019
Ends: September 7, 2019

Where


Studio la Città
Lungadige Galtarossa 21
37133, Verona

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Curated by: Jacob Hashimoto
Press release: download here

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