MARTINA DELLA VALLE | FRAMED MEMORIES Through The Looking Glass | Group show CHRISTTO & ANDREW | MUDDY WATERS ANTOLOGIA | group show Michele Buda | Accademia ARTE FIERA 2018 / PHOTO POLIS / Artworks | Spazio Carbonesi From my point of view | Group show ARTIFACT PRIZE 2018 Sanna Kannisto | A song system Annabel Elgar | The Dust in my Pocket MARTINA DELLA VALLE | WORKSHOP: ONE FLOWER ONE LEAF ART VERONA 2018 DIGITAL VIDEO WALL // Call-for-project CHRISTTO & ANDREW | ENCRYPTED PURGATORY Martina della Valle | UNEXPECTED NEIGHBORS PARIS PHOTO 2018 | TAISUKE KOYAMA ARTEFIERA 2019 TILO&TONI | In ​​the Woods the Waterfall is Rushing PHOTO LONDON 2019 | KENTA COBAYASHI & TILO&TONI Projection | Ohio #13 Kenta Cobayashi | FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA TAISUKE KOYAMA | SOLO SHOW NESSUN DORMA UNSEEN 2019 ANTROPOTECNICHE | Group show METRONOM VIDEO WALL The Garden PARIS PHOTO 2019 | OLAF BREUNING ARTE FIERA 2020
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MARTINA DELLA VALLE | FRAMED MEMORIES



On the occasion of festivalfilosofia 2015, centred on the topic of inheritance, Metronom presents the show Framed Memories by Martina della Valle.


Framed Memoriesa is a  project that started in 2009 thanks to the photos of an old family album found by the artist in a market in Berlin. These pictures, often with notes and captions, made it possible for Martina della Valle to create a completely new series, in which the images are almost entirely covered in a black passepartout with the exeption of a small detail. The observer becomes, then, the one who, starting from the clues of these details, imagines and recreates the context, the protagonists and the time of the photos.

 

"My research is a reflection upon the notion of trace, understood as an impront left physically or mentally by time and by human action in lived spaces, or on the surface of objects of use," this is how Martina della Valle describes her creative process. the photographic medium is, in her opinion, a fundamental instrument to inspect the past; it has the important role to preserve the value of the images through time. The series Framed Memories is also strongly connected with the different contexts in which it developed. From its start, it progressively enlarged thanks to the materials that were found in cities such as Berlin, Onomichi (Japan), Florence, Bangkok, Paris. In this way, it creates a repertoire of images that is also a research on the relationship of different cultures with the past.

 

 

 




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