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A chaos theory

Art | June 7, 2012 |

A chaos theory

The show “A chaos theory” defines, through the intervention of four artists, a system of strengths and connections where the signs, the visual architectures and the geometric sounds contribute to the production of an immersive environment, a total work within a complex ideal system.

Artists:
Daniela Corbascio (www.danielacorbascio.com)
Luigi Giandonato
Berndnaut Smilde (www.berndnaut.nl)
Zimoun (www.zimoun.ch)

Curators: Fausta Bolettieri, Roberto Lacarbonara
Private View: Sala Murat – Bari, Piazza Ferrarese on Monday 18 June at 7.30 pm
Opening times: 10-1 pm / 6-9 pm from Tuesday to Sunday (Monday closed)
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Berndnaut Smilde, “Nimbus”, 2012. Cloud in room. Sala Murat, Bari. Image courtesy of Andrea Leonetti

The exhibition aims to process a formula of interaction between the visual-aesthetic contents and the scientific-structural dynamics. The nature of the works reports the fundamental principles of the paintings and the sculptures: chaotic balances, energetic tensions, relation between space and perception, and between surface and structure. Through a strict and systemic approach “A chaos theory” analyses the continuity between static and dynamic, the entropy and seriality, and the order and uproar, with reference to the recent cybernetic research on the connection between the mind and the machine, the organic and the electric, the skin and the real world.

Zimoun, “50 prepared dc-motors, filler wire 1.0mm, 60cm”, 2012. Sala Murat, Bari. Image courtesy of Andrea Leonetti

Art works

Daniela CORBASCIO intervenes in the environment displaying a heavy modular frame made of wood, a neat and replicated disposition of linear forms, unstable and placed in a precarious balance. Luigi GIANDONATO showcases the analysis of languages and sign of the large monochrome canvases in contrast with the iron sculptures and large reticular cages, which retain intangible elements.

Luigi Giandonato, 2012. Sala Murat, Bari. Image courtesy of Andrea Leonetti

Berndnaut SMILDE works with a total de-materialisation of the physical and visual elements: the exhibition space will host the indoor cloud, a fluctuating cloud in the Murat room. ZIMOUN creates an installation that generates some vibrations and chaotic noise produced by hundreds of motors that wave around still cables and disrupts the seriality and the control of the mechanical system.

Daniela Corbascio, 2012. Legno e neon, wood and neon. Sala Murat, Bari. Image courtesy of Andrea Leonetti

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