Hung from the net, UADE ART – Buenos Aires, Argentina 2013
Inside the series “Poetry of the subject”, Malena Babino curator invited in a dialogue the artists Ileana Hochmann and Andrea Moccio who share a non-conventional vision about contemporary serigraphy. In the era of the web, the artists indicate the spaciousness of the perception of reality, reinforcing that technology is no longer perceived as absolute, adding value to what already existed. Before the internet, hypertext already existed in the pages of the Talmud, (where secondary notes in the margins were instruments and tools necessary to understand the texts in their entirety). In the exposition, Andrea made up a cloud with thin leaves intertwined by screen printing, invading the space with movements that open and close, keeping poetically information. On the roof, the Ileana assembly offer a crude composition: objects already printed on rigid paper, hanging from a wire netting, sway to the minimum touch of the viewer. More than a collective exhibition here we see an exchange between two settings up.
“Proposals break the duality that is formed by the virtually of the network and the tangibility from the real world, immersing the spectator in a surprise where the cyber entities acquire physicality”.
Coordination: Malena Babino. (Argentina)
Realization and curator of “Hung-network”: Patricia Naftulwicz, Clara Ortega and Graciela Poletti (Argentina)