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INTERMEZZO | Davide Prati – Before the Flowers at Link Cabinet

Aug 9, 2017

The Link Art Center is proud to present INTERMEZZO, a new irregular exhibition format on Link Cabinet. Its activities will arbitrarily and randomly intertwine with the usual exhibition program. The inaugural show presents Before the Flowers by Davide Prati that will be online at Link Cabinet from August 9 to September 10, 2017.
 

Before the Flowers is a 3D animation created with three.js. The work is inspired by a research about Fukushima nuclear disaster effects on vegetation. Althought the radiations generated sensible mutations, the elements and geometric forms that make a flower recognizable are still visible.
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Untitled by Giovanni Fredi at Link Cabinet – Documentation

Untitled by Giovanni Fredi at Link Cabinet – Documentation

Nov 23, 2016
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From October 22 to November 19, 2016 Link Cabinet presented Untitled, a new work by Giovanni Fredi.
The art work is a new iteration of To my deacesed, a project that already included some video and web-based works. The project is inspired by the Qingming Festival, a traditional event in China to remember and honour the ancestors. During this event people use to burn joss papers, paper replicas of different kind of objects as offerings to be enjoyed by the deceased during their afterlife. More recently joss paper include paper currency, credit cards replicas, cars, luxury objects, smartphones and digital devices in general. (more…)

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Giovanni Fredi: Untitled at Link Cabinet

Giovanni Fredi: Untitled at Link Cabinet

Oct 22, 2016

The Link Art Center is proud to present Untitled, a new work by Giovanni Fredi. The show will be online at Link Cabinet from October 22 to November 19, 2016.
On the occasion of the exhibition at Link Cabinet, Giovanni Fredi presents a new iteration of To my deacesed, a series of works that already includes some video and web-based artworks. The project is inspired by the Qingming Festival, a traditional event in China to remember and honour the ancestors. During this event people use to burn joss papers, paper replicas of different kind of objects as offerings to be enjoyed by the deceased during their afterlife. More recently joss paper include paper currency, credit cards replicas, cars, luxury objects, smartphones and digital devices in general. (more…)

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