Ideologies of Display (Athene Noctua)

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Slovenia, 2008

Stampa Lambda, pellicola Duratran montata con sottocornice di alluminio, 120 x 120 cm

Acquistato dall'artista nel 2010


L'opera di Jasmina Cibic ruota attorno alle materializzazioni di "soft power", all'uso politico dell'arte quale mezzo per comunicare ideali, valori e narrazioni. Sviluppa questa capacità di appropriazione critica e sovversione degli strumenti narrativi e delle iconografia da studente, prima presso l'Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (2003) e poi al Goldsmith College of Art di Londra (2004-2006). Cibic accumula, disseziona, distribuisce e in seguito sovrascrive le produzioni culturali mediante una serie di mezzi spesso combinati. Filmati, sculture, performance e installazioni sono tutti al servizio della sua missione. Stratificando e sovrapponendo simboli e storie, falsifica le narrazioni, trasla i significati e, come affermato da lei stessa, decodifica "i meccanismi di potere mentre crea le sue strutture allegoriche personali". La sua metodologia metacritica, sbrogliando i fili di arazzi passati, ci illumina riguardo a quelli che si stanno tessendo e ci avverte della loro incombenza, spronandoci ad assumere uno sguardo analitico e una prospettiva sana costante sulla storia a mano a mano che continua. Lezioni come questa sono essenziali per i governi, le loro istituzioni e i cittadini, rendendo fondamentale il contributo di Cibic alla collezione d'arte contemporanea del Parlamento europeo.

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