Elena mazzi

(IT | Dec, 2018)

Elena Mazzi  (b. 1984, Reggio Emilia (Italy) 

My poetics deals with the relationship between man and the environment he lives in and has to reckon with in everyday life. Mostly following an anthropological approach, this analysis investigates and documents an identity both personal and collective, relating to a specific territory, and giving rise to different forms of exchange and transformation.

My works have been displayed in many solo and collective exhibitions, among others:
Palazzo Fortuny in Venice, 16° Rome Quadriennal, GAM Turin, 14° Istanbul Biennale, 17° BJCEM Mediterranean Biennale, EGE-European Glass Experience, Fittja Pavilion at the 14° Architecture Venice Biennale, Botkyrka Konsthall, Italian Institute of Culture in Brussels and Stockholm, Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Fondazione Spinola Banna per l'Arte.

During my stay at The Lab-Program in Mexico, I would like to continue working on my series 'The financial singing' within the context of Mexico City and re-shaping the project for public space and site specificities where I will be reseraching.

Mi poética trata de la relación entre el hombre y el medio ambiente en el que vive su vida cotidiana. Usando un enfoque antropológico, la mayor parte de mis análisis investigan y documentan sobre una identidad  personal  y colectiva, relacionada con un territorio específico y, en donde puedo encontrar diferentes formas de intercambio y transformación.

 

Durante mi estadía en The Lab-Program en México, me gustaría continuar trabajando en mi serie

"El canto Financiero" dentro del contexto de la Ciudad de México, reformulando el proyecto para el espacio público y según el contexto del sitio en el que realizaré investigaciones.

www.http://elenamazzi.com/

The financial Singing MX City

26 de enero 2019, 1:00 p.m.

Aeromoto biblioteca 

Venecia #23 Col. Juarez

Meet up with the artist, Friday, December 21st-Frontera-Garibaldi (Gimnasio Olimpia)
 Sociaización con la Artista: 21 de Diciembre, 2018 en Frontera-Garibaldi

Special Thanks to | Agradecimientos Especiales a:

Aeromoto-Biblioteca, Andrea Valencia, Carlos Amorales, Daniel Godínez Nivón, Frontera-Garibaldi, Jota Izquierdo, Pandeo-DF,  Seven Graviti Collection, ✨👌

The Lab Program is an Art-Research & Mobility Network that works in collaboration with independent spaces, art and non-art related, in Mexico City in order to exchange methodologies and encourage site-specific researches as part of artistic practice.