Increasing the Wind Pressure
Opening Saturday March 24, 6pm
Solo show curated by Gabriele Tosi
A new series of bi-dimensional and three-dimensional works open up an exploration of a particular space of knowledge, in which the apparent objectivity of data and informations is constantly negotiated with the instability of human habits and environments.
As usual in Hell’s practice, the ruled monumentality that comes from the desire and the will of a realized order of things is hijacked by the artist focusing on details in which a ghostly singularity is presented as the unpredictable variable capable of building or destroying any projection of reality. Increasing the Wind Pressure oscillates between a limited presence and a global representation, calling us to experience the volatility of the written knowledge when it’s merged to the different ideas of freedom that lies in our interpretations of living.
Silvia Hell (Bolzano, 1983) lives and works in Milan. Diploma of painting at Brera Academy, Milan. Selection of recent exhibitions: 2017 Theater of Measurement, curated by Post Brothers, Kunstverein of Munchen (DE), The end of the new. Cap XII | Fakebook, HDLU, Meštrović Pavillion, Galerija Prsten, Zagreb (HR), Between There and There: Anatomy of Temporary Migrations, curated by Neli Ružić & Duga Mavrinac, Museum of Contemporary Art Rijeka (HR). 2016 solo show Strange Attractor, curated by Gabriele Tosi, Riss(e), Varese (IT); Geomertry of History, curated by Anna Fatyanova, CCI Fabrika, Moscow (RU). 2015 1915 – 2015 by Lisa Trockner, Sudtiroler Kunstlerbund, Bolzano (IT). 2014 Focal plane with a mobile subject, A+B Contemporary Art, Brescia, (IT). 2013 A form of History, solo show at Alert Studio, Bucharest (RO).