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 Marcello Moscara

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변명하려는 것은 아니지만, 나라고 해서 개념스런 작업을 몽땅 다 싫어하는 것은 아니다.-_-a   가장 좋아하는 교수출신 작가가 요셉 보이스이기도 하니(무..물론 개념작가가 아니라하면 할 말이 없지만;;)   그런데 개인적인 견해로 말하자면, 그들이 가진 참신성이나 능력의 가치평가와는 별개로(좋은 작업임에도 불구하고) 작업과정만으로 보자면 타 경우에 비해 너무 날로 먹는 측면도 있잖겠냔;;;   머 누구나 나름의 어려움은 있지만 거개의 아래와 같은 작업들이 넘 단촐한 과정만을 거쳐 나오는 것도 부정할 순 없어 보인다.
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Marcello Moscara

For those who live in an earthly dimension where problems always appear very objective, artistic studies like those of Marcello Moscara have an unmistakably philosophical air about them. Philosophy, man뭩 oldest science in which intriguing mysteries are examined and studied in search of something that has not been attained and perhaps cannot be attained and that would require a tremendous opening of one뭩 own consciousness to take on the dimension of an even larger challenge.
And I say to myself, "it is simple to take on things that can be resolved immediately. But it is more difficult to accept challenges that go beyond one뭩 comprehension."
But what is the good of art if not to allow us to approach all this, to indicate potential paths, to make us more aware of our own vulnerability?
More than suspension, the photographs of Marcello Moscara communicate transition. Using photography, he plays with forms and perspective to create a new dimension. His bodies, depicted in unnatural poses, are a clear contradiction if we are not able to perceive beyond them, beyond appearance, beyond space, beyond the vacuum of physical being, beyond silence. His sets are places and landscapes that are real, yet not identifiable.
The camera he utilizes is a Mamiya 6x7 telephoto with slide film. He uses digital techniques only to erase the wooden prop on which the body is suspended. He has chosen large size prints and he, Marcello, is the subject of the photographs, but not at all egocentric, rather shy, reserved and enormously pensive. Just barely thirty, he lived for a few years in Milan where he studied at the European Institute of Design, but he has now returned to his home in Apulia. And in this journey, from the big city to his native soil, lies the synthesis of the artistic tension of his work. His most recent personal was seen in Milan at the Magrorocca Gallery last spring, with the title "Just a dangling conversation".
by Rosanna Checchi







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