Bulletin #21. Narrative Portfolio: Luca Staccioli


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Bulletin #21
Narrative Portfolio: Luca Staccioli

by Lisa Andreani




The artistic practice of Luca Staccioli is research-based, process-oriented, and involves different media including video, sound, photography, sculpture, drawing and collage.
Conceived as narrations, his artworks perform an investigative action by questioning the distance between individuals and pre-established values, souvenirs and different times.
Facing obsolescence, decay, and a loss of function, the remains of our days come out temporarily from the dynamics of construction of identity and of geographical and historical narratives, before being reabsorbed by economic processes.
The artworks of Staccioli stratify and combine micro-histories, uprooted memories, as well as daily objects and nomadic images, proliferating from global-local dimensions and the technological apparatus, in order to re-narrate the models of representation and discover spaces of autonomous subjectivities.


About the authors:

Lisa Andreani is a Milan-based curator and writer.

Luca Staccioli, visual artist and researcher, studied music, philosophy and painting at Ligustica Academy of Fine Arts in Genoa, and visual arts and curatorial studies at NABA – New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. In 2018 he won the Fabbri Prize in the Emerging Art section, and in 2017 the second prize of the Talent Video Awards, Careof, FIDMarseille, Mibact. Among his recent solo shows: 2018 – Donner à voir, Fondazione Pini, Milan; The other other, familiar other, curated by Bite the Saurus, Riot Studio, Palazzo Marigliano, Naples; 2017 – Studio Visit duo show curated by Pietro Gaglianò, Museo Masaccio-Giovanni Mannozzi, San Giovanni Valdarno. Among his group shows: 2019 – Teatrum Botanicum, curated by Giulia Mengozzi, PAV – Padiglione arte vivente, Turin; Voi rubate del tempo alla fretta, a noi il mare ci impone lentezza, CASTRO Projects, curated by Alberta Romano and Vincenzo Di Marino, Villa Di Lorenzo, HYPERMAREMMA, Ansedonia, Grosseto; 2017 – The Great Learning, curated by Marco Scotini, Palazzo della Triennale, Milan; 2016 – NESXT, Kalki Club, Current Project, Q35, Turin; The Great Bubble of Important Nothings, Hole of Fame, Projektraum, Dresden.

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