Sub-19, Palazzo Pamphilij, Brazil Embassy in Rome, Italy, 2012
Ileana Hochmann moves through the basement of the Embassy. And that was like how to find the thread of his previous work and follow it. For the project and to reveal this labyrinth, dark, damp, filled with layers of the west to take up to the light of the sun Ileana invited Davy Alexandrisky to take photos. The images chosen by the artist suffer intervene serigraphy, whitening, among other processes of creation.
Stands out the table of the 17TH century – time of the construction of the Palazzo – makes the connection between the enigma of the subsoil and the exhibition at the top. On it, printed paper cylinder can be decoded by the spectator. In the Panel sticking out of the wall, curator associated circular impressions with enamelled photographs, evoking tombstones. The art show brings to the surface by means – hystoric-archaeological analogy -of invisible line stroke, but fundamental trait of the method of production of the artist.
“Work that goes beyond the conventional scope for printmaking and photography. Since they are, not only merged by the artist, but they are also expanded out of the flat support into three-dimensional space.”
Fernando Cocchiarale, curator at Museu de Arte Moderna de Río de Janeiro. (Brazil)
360º by Eric Estevão