The varied dimensions variable
by Paulo Miyada.
pdf solo exhibition
To organize “Sem título - Técnica mista, dimensões variadas” (Untitled - Mixed media, variable dimensions) Bruno Moreschi, whose work sometimes encompasses multiple areas of expertise in the process of art, and sometimes subtract almost autonomous logic, chose to have a guest curator. We decided that his first solo exhibition should be more than one thing at a time.
A. It is a traveling exhibition of the ART BOOK's global publishing , a selection of the most promising contemporary artists, presented in the form of a thematic curatorial clipping about the limits of the integrity of language - a fictional exercise that dramatizes contemporary tics and at the same time, works as comment and development of the practices of Moreschi himself, exemplified by their aggregated itinerant works.
B. It is a solo exhibition that condenses the last years of Moreschi's production, having his recently completed master's degree as shaft. Unveiled the fictions that can mislead the public, remains a compilation of teasers about the nature of artistic act: who, after all, is its agent? The one who has idea? Which gives it body? The public in its endless readings? Everyone, as long as understood "acting" as "playing a role", with all the implications that this theatrical expression can hold.
C. It is a new work in itself, done in collaboration with various guest actors - from the photographers to the curator, through designer - and extended to the exhibition catalog. All subsystems articulated in the realization of the exhibition were treated as creative acts, portions of a broad artistic performance that chooses to take the risk of blurring the boundary lines that separate each work.
Text exhibition “Sem título - Técnica mista, dimensões variadas” (Untitled - Mixed media, variable dimensions), 15/3 - 16/4/2014, Funarte São Paulo, Brazil.
* Paulo Miyada is an architect and urbanist graduated from Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Brazil. He was the curator assistant at the 29th São Paulo Biennial and today coordenates the Núcleo de Pesquisa e Curadoria at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake.