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VIEW IN MY ROOM
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In my artistic research, conducted through the use of different media (photography, painting, video, installation), I analyze the existential human condition in the postmodern era, in the light of the failure of Western culture and the social reflections induced by the phenomena of globalisation. Architectures rived by time, desolate landscapes real or imaginative, organic materials that deteriorate according to absolutely autonomous dynamics, presence (human) that appear as a shadow of themselves, characterise the formal structure of the figuration represented. Ed. 1/10 NO FRAMED - ONLY PRINT
Photography Print:Digital on Other
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Massimo Pianese (Naples 1979) graduated in Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples. Since 1999 he has been present to numerous group shows in Italy and abroad. He usually works using video, photography, installation, painting and cross media. Since 2003 he’s been working as assistant of the artist Gian Marco Montesano. ARTIST STATEMENT: A text written by Carla Subrizi for the catalogue “Interplay-Premio Termoli 2009” i “... The videos of Massimo Pianese always show us a real amended, through the manipulation of the images or with the choice of specific points of view, very close or very far away from the subject. Pianese works in the margins of the real. He focuses his videos on current issues: the environment and its crisis, the relationship between the tradition and the extinction of ecosystems, stories of special characters or of restricted crowds of people, whose actions are registered slowly. It seems that nothing happens in these video: however imperceptibly things are transformed. The time of video is almost a real time following scenes apparently fixed. This is the most interesting aspect of his research: the almost nothing, the detail, a scene in which you can't understand what is happening because observed from far away; the time almost property that scans the movements. The result obtained is not just alienation, that the observer feels, but almost a surprise when he realizes that in a lenght of time everything is changed. Parts of reality have emerged slowly: they were invisible, no one noticed them, but they were there and only with techniques like those used by the artist the pieces come in surface and tell us a story which overwhelm even that we had already known.”. My personal complete portfolio is available at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0feyKkTrHGeWW1lalN1Y1ItOHM/view?usp=sharing
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