BlackHole – VideoArt

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BlackHole

A project by Elena Tagliapietra (c) 2013 – MIlan – see here the photos related

Exhibition at Museum ‘Vitraria’ Glass A+ – Venice  _26th september 2014/ 25th January 2015 Palazzo Nani Mocenigo – Venezia

‘Blackhole’ represents the ocean of desolation of my generation, the worthless promises for better jobs after graduation. Shutting doors in my face after free internships and low-paid jobs. Market changing rapidly. Yet, finding a solution to survive in a world of deceptive happiness with a self-realization is hard achievement. It is an inner torture, which in the past has never been attempted.

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Blackhole è il vuoto oceanico della mia generazione , il vuoto inteso come promesse non mantenute di darci un lavoro consono dopo studi universitari, porte chiuse in faccia dopo stage gratuiti e lavori sottopagati, il mercato che cambia piu velocemente della possibilità di rendersene conto, e dover comunque sopravvivvere in un mondo di apparente benessere con una autorealizzazione che fa fatica ad essere raggiunta e un tormento interiore che in passato non è mai stato provato.

Read the articles on Urban Glass Magazine

From the articles:

(…) Elena Tagliapietra, one of the museum’s contributing artists (who does not work primarily with glass in her practice) spoke with the GLASS Quarterly Hot Sheet about the opening event on September 26th, which featured her performance piece entitled Blackhole, an intricate movement in which Tagliapietra had a dancer covered in black paint spread herself across a white canvas. She struggles to dance but ultimately falls each time she begins to build momentum. All the while leaving her mark across the whitespace.

“Blackhole represents the desolation of my generation, the worthless promises for better jobs after graduation,” Tagliapietra writes. “Shutting doors in my face after free internships and low-paid jobs. Market changing rapidly. Yet, finding a solution to survive in a world of deceptive happiness with a self-realization is hard achievement. It is an inner torture, which in the past has never been attempted.” (…)

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