BIANCHIZARDIN CONTEMPORARY ART presents ANSI-MARE, a performance by Brigitta Rossetti.
BIANCHIZARDIN CONTEMPORARY ART is pleased to present the performance ANSI-MARE by Brigitta Rossetti with Nando Rabaglia. ANSI-MARE explores the complex inner world of the human being. The artist interprets the white instinct of the black character with two voices, the feminine threshold of her deep self. Brigitta gives voice to the body, but also to torment and pacification.
The frame of the scene is a white canvas that becomes a stage, a cover, a limit, a nest, following the rhythmic developments of the narrative. Always a demarcation line between the outside and the inside, between breath and abyss, it is synonymous with life itself and its multiplicity in both natural and physical, epistemological, and even psychological terms. The man, with a dual voice, wavers on the edge of the vortex, experiences the field, groans between lament and cunning, gasps: the boots don't help much because getting wet is getting wet, diving is a whole other story. The limit is what, by definition, can only be known if observed closely and overcome.
Domenico De Chirico.
The performance is part of the project "Elegy of Water," a solo exhibition inaugurated on February 19, 2023, at the Civiche Raccolte D'Arte di Palazzo Marliani Cicogna in Busto Arsizio. This research process stems from the interpretation of some abstract forces: light, electricity, magnetism, and gravity, of which the artist has experienced the form in painting, placing water at the center of this poetic flow as a vital impetus but also capable of disrupting and eliminating every form on the planet.
The exhibition addressed the theme of climate and human change, so in the paintings, the absence of the figure becomes a means for its inner analysis, evoking emotions, memories, fragility, isolation, and aspirations. Until May 7, 2023, at BIANCHIZARDIN CONTEMPORARY ART, the most significant works from the Busto Arsizio exhibition will be displayed alongside unpublished artworks and a video of the ANSI-MARE performance.
Along with the performance, the publication TIC TIC TIC will be presented, edited by BIANCHIZARDIN and curated by Mariaelena Maieron. The publication features an unpublished text by Domenico de Chirico, installation views of the exhibition "Elegy of Water," shots of some works from the artist's new series of paintings, and photos extracted from the ANSI-MARE performance.
This collection aims to be both a testimony of Brigitta Rossetti's most recent studio and an interactive tool with the public. In fact, since the pages are deliberately unbound and unnumbered, the public is free to compose the volume to their liking, playing with disassembling and reassembling the different pages according to their sensitivity.