THE WORLD OF NATURE HAS ALWAYS BEEN PRESENT IN THE WORK OF ARTISTS
Today, partly because due to the metropolitan and technological raging, nature is not just beauty from which to draw inspiration, but becomes, even in the art world, the subject of scientific research and sociological material to mold, tool through which to analyze the phenomenon – still latent – of decrease.
For #TheNatureIssue, Redmilk has selected for you some of the many works present at Artissima 2015 related to the nature theme.
Post colonial Landscapes by Andreas Lang and Beatrice Minda, where nature is lived to witness history, the “Salt Bride” by Sigalit Landau in which the Dead Sea salt wrap progressively a dress of woman making her spectral; Dall’Eco Agorà Piero Gilardi, with his research on recycling and environmental sustainability, the visions of the microscope David Murphy. From the works of Alexander Piangiamore, where nature is material for making sculptures, the survey after the end of the world Isabelle Andriessen.
Andrea Lang: Twilight
Beatrice Minda: Iran Interrupted
Piero Gilardi: Eco Agorà
David Murphy: We differ from each other in speed, Heavy intruder, Untitled (Climbing 3)
Alessandro Piangiamore: Un petalo viola su un pavimento di cemento.
Andrea De Stefani: Dry Landascape
Sigalit Landau: Salt Bride
Isabelle Andriessen: Protobodies
Text by Sara Kaufman