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Giuliana Cunéaz

3D by Marco Bazzini, Lorand Hegyi
From 27.09.2012 to 27.10.2012

Giuliana Cunéaz – Breaking waters
Breaking waters
2012
digital print on cotton
85 x 150 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Breaking waters
Breaking waters
2012
3D animation
variable dimensions
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof
Waterproof
2011
video installation, stereoscopic lenses, plexiglass, silver, TV 3D Full HD, USB
235 x 210 x 200 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof (I)
Waterproof (I)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof (II)
Waterproof (II)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof (III)
Waterproof (III)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof (IV)
Waterproof (IV)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof 1
Waterproof 1
2011
digital print on cotton
200 x 105 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Matter Waves (I)
Matter Waves (I)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Matter Waves (II)
Matter Waves (II)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Matter Waves (III)
Matter Waves (III)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm  
Giuliana Cunéaz – Matter Waves (IV)
Matter Waves (IV)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – The God Particle
The God Particle
2009
painted screen with enamel
92 x 155 x 9,2 cm  
Giuliana Cunéaz – The Growing Garden (I)
The Growing Garden (I)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – The Growing Garden (II)
The Growing Garden (II)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – The Growing Garden (III)
The Growing Garden (III)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm  
Giuliana Cunéaz – Crystal Growth
Crystal Growth
2012
digital print on cotton
110 x 145 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Crystal Growth (I)
Crystal Growth (I)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Crystal Growth (III)
Crystal Growth (III)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Crystal Growth (IV)
Crystal Growth (IV)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Neither snow nor meteor showers (II)
Neither snow nor meteor showers (II)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm  
Giuliana Cunéaz – Neither snow nor meteor showers (III)
Neither snow nor meteor showers (III)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Neither snow nor meteor showers (IV)
Neither snow nor meteor showers (IV)
2012
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Magma
Magma
2012
digital print on cotton
85 x 150 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof 2
Waterproof 2
2011
digital print on cotton
200 x 105 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof 3
Waterproof 3
2011
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm
Giuliana Cunéaz – Waterproof 4
Waterproof 4
2011
digital print on cotton
28 x 50 cm

Gagliardi Art System è lieta di presentare la nuova personale di Giuliana Cunéaz 3D una serie di nuove installazioni in 3D realizzate negli ultimi due anni e un gruppo di venti lavori – foto e disegni – a cui si aggiungono le opere plastiche e gli occhiali-scultura.
Le videoproiezioni stereoscopiche 3D, dedicate ai disordini ecologici e ambientali, formeranno all’interno della galleria un ambiente immersivo di oltre cinque metri: sono zone fuori controllo che entrano in relazione diretta con la dimensione reale consentendo un viaggio imprevedibile tra le onde di una tempesta, gli spazi misteriosi di una grotta, le colate laviche di un vulcano e la collisione di mastodontici iceberg. Il ciclo si ispira al tema del sublime e vuole essere anche un omaggio ai grandi protagonisti della pittura romantica come Caspar David Friedrich o William Turner. Attraverso questi lavori Giuliana Cunéaz propone l’approccio ad una nuova estetica che si determina attraverso una serie di riflessioni legate a problematiche attuali, quali le catastrofi naturali o i disastri ecologici. Come afferma l’artista: “L’uomo moderno che contempla lo scenario della catastrofe si deve interrogare innanzitutto sulla forma e sul senso delle proprie responsabilità. Ciò che traspare dal volto contemporaneo della catastrofe non è soltanto la violenza che scaturisce dall’energia della natura, ma la presunzione dell’individuo convinto di poter gestire i destini dell’universo senza rispettare l’ecosistema.” La mostra viene completata da venti lavori progettuali tra foto e disegni a cui si accompagna una serie d’interventi plastici dove l’artista crea paradossali macchine del tempo all’interno delle quali è possibile ammirare, in un contesto straniante, talune animazioni. Gli elementi plastici diventano luogo di proiezione per un pubblico che si trova ad affrontare un universo in continua metamorfosi. Tra le altre novità dell’esposizione vanno segnalati gli occhiali-scultura 3D, veri e propri prototipi personalizzati dall’artista per vedere i lavori esposti. In tal modo anche lo spettatore, dotato di una propria “maschera”, diventerà parte integrante dell’opera.

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Gagliardi Art System is pleased to present the new personal exhibition of Giuliana Cunéaz, 3D, a series of new 3D installations created in the past two years, as well as a group of 20 works (photos and drawings) complemented by plastic works and by the eyeglasses-sculpture.
The 3D stereoscopic projections, which deal with environmental disorders, will form an immersive environment more than five square meters large: they are out of control areas that directly interact with the reality level, allowing us to embark on unpredictable trips among the waves of a storm, the mysterious spaces of a cave, the lava flow of a volcano or the collision between gigantic icebergs. The cycle is inspired by the theme of the sublime, and is also meant as a tribute to the great protagonists of Romantic painting, such as Caspar David Friedrich and William Turner. In these works, Giuliana Cunéaz approaches a new aesthetic vision, defined by a set of reflections on current issues, such as natural or environmental disasters. As the artist claims: “As modern humanity contemplates the spectacle of catastrophe, it must first of all ask itself questions about the form and meaning of its responsibilities. What shines through the contemporary face of catastrophe is not only the violence that springs from nature’s energy, but the presumption of individuals who believe they can govern the destiny of the universe without respecting the ecosystem.” The exhibition is completed by 20 project works, including photos and drawings, as well as by a series of plastic/sculptural interventions – paradoxical time machines, inside which visitors can admire a series of animations placed in estranging contexts. These plastic/sculptural elements become a space of projection for an audience that is faced with an ever-metamorphosing universe. Among the novelties in this exhibition we should mention the 3D eyeglasses-sculptures, true prototypes that have been personalized by the artist in order to look at the works on view. In this way the spectators, too, equipped with a ‘mask’ of their own, become a living part of the work.