Bea Bonafini is part of group show 'Searching for myself through remote skins' at Renata Fabbri Gallery, Milan ~ opening Monday 7 May 2018 6-9pm

Searching for myself through remote skins

Curated by Bianca Baroni

Rebecca Ackroyd, Gabriele Beveridge, Bea Bonafini, Irene Fenara, Beatrice Gibson, Lydia Gifford, Goldschmied & Chiari, Catherine Parsonage

Opening: Monday 7 May 2018 6-9pm

Continues: 7 May - Saturday 7 July 2018

Renata Fabbri, Milan 

 

'"Searching for myself through remote skins" explores the concept of intimacy in relation to the physical experience of touch. Drawing from Luce Irigaray's text titled "Perhaps cultivating touch can still save us", the present project looks at the diversity of roles and definitions that characterize this sense within our contemporary imaginary. The exhibition gathers works by nine international artists who have been invited to imagine and reconfigure the relation between the idealization of the body and its tactile experience, between artistic production and daily rituals, between intimacy and the fragmentation of the self within the digital space.'

 

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