DANNIELLE TEGEDER | DIEGO CIBELLI
Curated by Elena Forin and Claudia Löffelholz
Opening 05/07/2014, 6.30pm | 06/07-31/10/2014
AUGEO ART SPACE, Corso d'Agusto 217, Rimini - Italy
After Filippo Berta and the duo Guerra de la Paz, with which the venue opened its exhibition activities last April, AUGEO continues its programme of double solos, dedicated to the various languages of the national and international artistic scene, in collaboration with LaRete Art Projects. The well known American Dannielle Tegeder and the young Italian Diego Cibelli, are invited to dialogue with the 17th-century Palazzo Spina and the urban context.
Dannielle Tegeder (Peekskill, NY, 1971) is a multidisciplinary artist whose consolidated research brings together installation, animation and sound with her study into the field of pictorial abstraction. Architecture, geography and the analysis of the urban context are just some of the factors that the artist analyses to breathe life into her work, in which a constructivist line comes together with a broad gaze onto space. Presented for the first time in Europe, Dannielle Tegeder developed a project including also The Library of Abstract Sound, a long term project connecting drawing, installation and sound.
The research of Diego Cibelli (Naples, 1987) – which has already aroused interest from various institutional venues both in Italy and abroad – is expressed through photography, video and performance and is developed in two main directions: the effects of the geographical environment on people’s behaviour, and the education system, analysed in terms both of its potential and contradictions. Diego Cibelli at AUGEO presents a brand new project that elaborates a profound evolutionary reflection based on the comparison between the dynamics of the animal and the human world in relation to their food and constructed habitats. >>> Press release