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Eva Marisaldi Pixeland

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Eva Marisaldi trained at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna. The techniques and genres adopted in her works include words, behavior, action, photographs, drawing, embroidery, videos, computer animation and video games. "Pixeland" continues Marisaldi’s narratio of human relations conditioned by the modern systems of communication, particularly those computer and digital systems to which the term pixel of the title refers: the “picture element”, that is the smallest element of the image. In the work, pixels take the form of the confetti that cover a sculpture in the shape of a stylized fish. Ninety-six drawings depicting portraits of people inspired by images from magazines are arranged around the sculpture.
On View
G. Belli (ed.), Eva Marisaldi, exhibition catalogue (Rovereto, MART-Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto), Milan 2000. S. Pinto, A. Mattirolo (eds.), Il Premio per la giovane arte italiana del Centro nazionale per le arti contemporanee 2000. Migrazioni e Multiculturalità, exhibition catalogue (Rome, Centro nazionale per le arti contemporanee),Turin 2001, pp. 34-25; 56. Eva Marisaldi, Legenda, exhibition catalogue (Rome, MAXXI-Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo), Milan 2002. E. Volpato, Rumore dei pensieri, in Eva Marisaldi. Tempesta, exhibition catalogue (Turin, GAM-Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea), Turin 2002, p. 21. H.U. Obrist, Park Conversation. In memory of Michelangelo Antonioni, in Eva Marisaldi, exhibition catalogue (Bologna, MAMbo-Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna), Milan 2007, p. 40.
Photo Credits
Foto Patrizia Tocci
Legal status
Purchased from Enrico Maria Serotti
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