MediaCaotica, Filippo Biagioli’s exhibition at Agorà Monsummano Terme Gallery (Italy)
Thanks to Nroom Art Space Tokyo, Yumi Sano and Alice Borchi it is now possible to inform the aficionados of Filippo Biagioli’s art about the exhibition he is going to open on Saturday 8th December 2012 at 5.30 pm in the exhibitive areas of the cultural association Agorà in Monsummano Terme.
Titled MediaCaotica, the exhibition will take the observer in a curious and original journey made of photographs, drawings, wooden sculptures, cloths, mixed media on ritual paper and primitive dolls. The latter, a symbol of growth and development, will become the leading thread that links the abstract language of signs in photograph to the more modern one of mixed media.
In the intimate atmosphere of this exhibitive space chaos will break out without asking for permission, crossing the infamous date of 21/12/2012 in order to let the observer understand the psychological influence of the modern mass media.
In the era of a fascinating, yet dangerous communication, invaded by an intruding multiplicity of resources, the exhibition will open an important reflection on communication nowadays and how it has changed in the last few decades. This is an important and extremely up-to-date theme, fully explained by the artist in the catalogue-book of the exhibition, comprehending 140 works published on 130 pages: this is the last editorial creation of the author after the last four Quaderni Analphabetici, vol. 2, 3, 4, 5.
The exhibition will stay open until the 6th January 2013 during the following opening hours: from Tuesday to Saturday 4.30 pm – 19.30 pm and Sunday 5 pm – 8 pm.