The Art of Spectating - Umetnost Posmatranja

Francesco Marchetti

8. 5. - 20. 5. 2017.

The Art of Spectating - Umetnost Posmatranja

Datum dešavanja: 08.05.2017

Pročitano:586 puta

Mesto dešavanja: Bartselona / БартcелонаKomentari: 0

Grad:Beograd

Adresa:Belgrade Design District, 1 Sprat, lokal 96

Izložba “ The Art of Spectating - Umetnost Posmatranja” autora Francesca Marketija u ponedaljak 8. maja u galeriji Bartselona. 


Kroz seriju fotografija “ Francesca Marketija se provlaci pitanje da li zivot imitira umetnost ili umetnost imitira zivot. Dokumentovana u “Viktorija i Albert” muzeju u Londonu, ona predstavlja intimne trenutke promatranja, i ponekad neverovatne fizicke veze izmedju posmatraca i umetnickog dela u okviru galerije.

Umetnik radove dozivljava kao produzetak ulicne fotografije i svaka forografija je reprezentacija “obicnih” ljudi, bez ikave interakcije izmedju njih i fotografa.

Postoji znacajna razlika izmedju tradicionalne ulicne fotografije, u kojima komunikacija igra kljucnu ulogu u izboru kadra, i ovog pristupa gde u okviru muzeja posmatrac igra voajerististicku ulogu u samom voajerizmu, zamagljujuci liniju izmedju publike i umetnickog dela dok u procesu stvara nesto sasvim novo.
Fotografije reflektuju protok vremena od stvaranja umetnickog dela prikazanog u muzeju i posmatraca ovih dela koji razmisljaju o njima vekovima kasnije, a povremeno imitiraju sama remek dela. Ta vizuelna veza izmedju umetnickog dela i tela posmatraca nas cesto navodi da se zapitamo da li je u pitanju puka koincidencija ili postoji dublji podsvesni psiholoski element koji se desava u kontekstu muzeja. I ovo nas ponovo navodi da se zapitamo da li umetnost kopira zivot ili zivot kopira umetnost.

Francesco suptilno pomera socijanu hijerahiju posmatranja postavljajuci posmatraca umetnickog dela u prvi plan. Publika, i njihove interakcije sa galerijskim prostorom, postaje kljucna tacka, a mi kao njegova publika postajemo svesni sopstvene pozicije u razgedanju umetnickog dela.

Jacqueline Stojanović


Biografija

Francesco je rodjen u Veneciji, u Italiji. Od 2001 zivi i radi u Londonu, gde sje razvio interesovanje za fotografiju kao medijum koji mu omogucava da dokumentuje skrivene vibracije u obicnim, svakodnevnim situacijama.
Francesco trenutno pohadja kurs Reportazne Fotografije na Central Saint Martin’s, University of Art London. Vodjen radoznaloscu i slucajnoscu, on nastavlja da posecuje Viktorija i Albert muzej u nadi da fotografise neponovljive trenutke izmedju publike i umetnickog dela.

Žaklin Stojanović je rođena u Melburnu, u Australiji, gde je studirala Umetnost. Diplomirala je na Monaš Univerzitetu i Viktorijanskom Koledžu Umetnosti. Trenutno živi u Beogradu, Srbija, ge radi na ličnim i projektima po narudžbini"

Sponzori: Espiga Srbija

 

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English:

The Art of Spectating

The much-pondered notion of whether life imitates art or art imitates life is manifested in Francesco Marchetti’s photography series The Art of Spectating. Undertaken at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, it presents the intimate moments of contemplation and at times uncanny physical relationship shared between the spectator and the spectacle within a gallery context. Described by the artist as an extension of street photography each shot is candid and represents the ordinary people, with no interaction made between the artist and his subjects. In the latter’s regard the images differ from traditional street portraits in which communication plays a key role in abstracting a captivating photograph, instead within the historical museum the observer plays a voyeuristic role in voyeurism itself, blurring the line between the audience and the artwork while creating something entirely new in the process.

The photographs reflect the passage of time between the creations of the master’s artwork displayed in the museum to the present day, where we see contemporary art viewers pondering the same subjects centuries later and at times imitating the masterpieces themselves. This mimicking of their bodies presents a visual linkage that continues to propel this project, posing the questions of mere coincidence or perhaps a deeper subconscious psychology that is adopted in the museum context. It makes one wonder again whether art imitates life or life imitates art.

In turning to the art viewers as his subjects Francesco subtly shifts a social hierarchy in viewing by bringing those on the sidelines, the viewers, to the forefront. The audience and their interactions within the gallery space become the focal point, and we as his audience are made further self conscious of our own position in viewing the artwork.

by Jacqueline Stojanović

Biography

Francesco Marchetti was born in Venice, Italy. Since 2001 he has been based in London, UK, where he developed an interest in photography as a medium to explore the hidden vibrancy of everyday ordinary situations. He is currently undertaking a Reportage Photography Course at Central Saint Martin’s University of Art London (UAL). Driven by curiosity and chance he continues to visit the Victoria and Albert Museum to capture unrepeatable moments between the public and the artwork.

Jacqueline Stojanović was born in Melbourne, Australia, where she studied Fine Art and graduated from Monash University and The Victorian College of The Arts. Currently based in Belgrade, Serbia, Jacqueline works on different personal and commissioned projects.

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