As ‘emerging artist’, it is important for me to look at what is happening within in my and our immediate environment, exploring notions of how it could be possible to continue an engaging art practice and be aware of my time.
The project will act as part of a research topic exploring possibilities of how emerging art practices could survive in the geography known while wars, political instability and austerity measurements are still in place, resulting to major changes within the arts; these scenarios lead to a huge gap and the becomes limiting and restricting for lesser known artists or projects that are currently still building their audiences, to succeed.
Current Mood is a series of living sculptures and performan-ces, started from the Beuys’s Social Sculpture and it was dedicated to the protests against the European austerity measurements.
in June 2012 presents in the same museum Current Mood # 2 inside +50 Sculture in Citta’ at Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
On July 2nd 2012 presents in Kassel for Documenta 13, Current Mood # 3 – Ecco come sara’ il futuro, a performance curated by the American collective Critical Art Ensemble.