Rayyane Tabet FAULT LINE

Curated by Vincenzo de Bellis

Text by Vincenzo de Bellis

195 days left

22.09.2018 — 01.06.2019

Opening 22.09.2018, 10:30 AM

 

The starting point of most of Rayyane Tabet’s (Lebanon, 1983) projects and subsequent artworks is the exploration of stories that offer an alternative understanding of major events through individual narratives.

 

By means of self-directed research and often appropriating existing items and materials, Tabet’s sculptures seek to articulate the history of certain objects through a subjective reading embedded with biographical notes made by the artist and/or people he encounters during the project’s creation.

 

Invited by the Fondazione Antonio Dalle Nogare to inaugurate the program of exhibitions at the newly conceived Foundation, the artist embarked on a year-long research project into the multiple histories of Bolzano and South Tyrol. The result, entitled Fault Line, is a large site-specific installation composed of three different elements (marble, steel and a painting), which, on one hand, represent three layers of the region’s landscape and, on the other, mirror three different socio-economical moments in the history of Bolzano and the South Tyrol.

Hans Josef Weber-Tyrol, Landscape, 1940, Watercolor and white pigment on laid paper. Ph: Jürgen Eheim

Opening "Rayyane Tabet FAULT LINE". Ph.: Luca Meneghel

Opening "Rayyane Tabet FAULT LINE". Ph.: Luca Meneghel

Antonio Dalle Nogare, Sig. Sindaco Renzo Caramaschi. Opening "Rayyane Tabet FAULT LINE". Ph.: Luca Meneghel

Rayyane Tabet. Opening "Rayyane Tabet FAULT LINE". Ph.: Luca Meneghel

Andree Sfeir-Semler, Vincenzo de Bellis. Opening "Rayyane Tabet FAULT LINE". Ph.: Luca Meneghel

Andree Sfeir-Semler, Ulrich Semler, Antonio Dalle Nogare, Rayyane Tabet, Paolo Pavan. Opening "Rayyane Tabet FAULT LINE". Ph.: Luca Meneghel

Fondazione Antonio Dalle Nogare Press Kit

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