Any Kind of vision in the air
The group show “Any kind of vision in the air” involves the artists Mattia Pajè, Daniele Pulze and Caterina Erica Shanta.
The show reveals a drop of semantic definition in some classical elements of art pieces such as the frame, the object and the background. The exhibited artworks pay a close concern to these elements proposing a peculiar visual grammar. “Any Kind of vision in the air” includes different media: video, paintings and installation that, through processes of translation and relocation, share the pratice to move data from the surface to the inner structure or viceversa. Another aspect of this project is a referral to both baroque and mynimalistic style innovating the canonical relation between light and surfaces. The exhibition aims to display a meaningfull presence of informations in unexpected elements of the artworks.
Caterina Erica Shanta: "I've done a complete photo mapping of the first floor of the Ca'Rezzonico Museum in Venice. Main subject of the pictures are the frames because Ca'Rezzonico is a baroque museum. Spaces and surfaces are designed entirely, so painture is not only the thing framed. For this reason the picture were edited in long cross fades, using the alpha channel technique. They collapse into one another. A clear distinction between subject and frame doesn't exist anymore, just as the distinction between architectural element, forniture, ceiling and floor, walls and mirrors of the museum.
The work explained by the artist Mattia Pajè in form of a list:
1. Writing a body map using hand positions
2. Illustrating hand position while stimulating a point
3. Every point corresponds to a different human organ or apparat
4. The stimulation of such points effects the correspondent organ or apparat (according to reflexology).
5. Selecting the background colour on the bases of the chromatic frequency that effect such organ or apparat
6. Every background colour corresponds to a different human organ or apparat (according to chromotherapy). Generating the possibility of physical well-being in the viewer.
A very big green balloon is inflated to fit a space. A stack of A4 sheets is placed nearby the space (on the top of the fridge). Each sheet contains a different description of the balloon questioning every possible truth about the meaning of this pop object.