AUGEO ART SPACE invites to Rimini Dannielle Tegeder and Diego Cibelli to dialogue with the 17th-century Palazzo Spina and the urban context. This double solo show, curated by Elena Forin and Claudia Löffelholz – LaRete Art Projects, will open on 5 July 2014, at 6:30pm.
Dannielle Tegeder (Peekskill, NY) is a multidisciplinary artist whose consolidated research (she has exhibited in venues such as the PS1 MoMA and the New Museum di New York, and her drawings may be found in the MoMA Drawing Collection) brings together installation, animation and sound with her study into the field of pictorial abstraction. Architecture, geography and the analysis of the urban context are just some of the factors that the artist analyses to breathe life into her work, in which a constructivist line comes together with a broad gaze onto space. For her first solo show in Europe, at AUGEO ART SPACE, she has put together a special project which reinterprets the environment in a unique manner, through a dialogue between a number of large-scale drawings, a screen projection and an installation titled The Library of Abstract Sound, which is one of her long-term projects.
The research of Diego Cibelli (Naples, 1987) – which has already aroused interest from various institutional venues both in Italy and abroad – is expressed through photography, video and performance and is developed in two main directions: the effects of the geographical environment on people’s behaviour, and the education system, analysed in terms both of its potential and contradictions.
At AUGEO the artist presents a completely new project which – through videos, photographs and installations – elaborates a profound evolutionary reflection based on the comparison between the dynamics of the animal and the human world in relation to their food and constructed habitats.