Interview: Dia Manesi

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Interview: Dia Manesi

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Dia Manesi during VENICE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIMENTAL ART FESTIVAL | OUT OF BORDERS festival in Venice on December 2016.

Dia Manesi‘s mind  works by depiction, so she has to construct and paint stories. She managed to study chemistry and classical ballet and has both of her degrees in jar. Dia Manesi has partitipated at cheapart group exhibitions since 2012 (Athens, Thessaloniki, Limassol, Nicosia, Vienna).

 

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Luca Curci – Can you talk about your artistic work?
Dia Manesi – Not really. Hope it talks for itself and give me the oportunity to talk through the artwork.

 

L. C. -Which are your inspirations?
D. M. – The untold, the unspecified, the uncharted.

 

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L. C. – What is the message linked to the artwork you have shown in VENICE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIMENTAL | OUT OF BORDERS? How is it connected to the theme of the event?
D. M. – Picking up pieces, giving them color, form and let them wave in and out of borders. Broken and fragile, they are swinging from fitting in the caging safety and the perspicuity of a border and getting out to a calm oblivion and deconstruction.

 

L. C. – What is your creative process like?
D. M. – A mixture of observation and feel and stuffiness and expansion.

 

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L. C. – Did you style change over the years? How?
D. M. – Needs and feeds changed. Steps between shadows, perspectives, layers, residues, reflections, holes and boxes was movement, evolution and destruction.

 

L. C. – What role does the artist have in society? And the art?
D. M. – Traveling minds . Making important to mark conscious steps.

 

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L. C. – Do you think It’s LIQUID Group can represent an opportunity for artists?
D. M. – As artists are experimental palpate tomorrow, they need sufficient conditions for the set up of the communication stage and I think thats what “Its LIQUID” does.

 

L. C. – Would you suggest cooperating with us? What do you think about our services?
D. M. – I didn’t felt pushed or pressured in this cooperation, I had the space I need, I felt respected. I respect that.

 

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