Work in progress studio: September 12–October 25
Final exhibition: October 28–November 15
Reception: Sunday, October 28, 4–6PM
Project Space hours: Sunday–Thursday, 12–5PM
Free and open to the public
Fiamma Montezemolo’s Project Space exhibition comprises four distinct projects, each exploring modes of existence between self and others. All are developed originally for what the artist calls a “collaborative solo,” in partnership or with contributions from others. The first project centers on a scale model of architect Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon, fabricated with José Parral. In the second installation, Montezemolo presents a story inspired by the myth of Ariadne, created by writer Rebecca Solnit and Montezemolo’s son, Sami Elhaik, told through animation and live action video. The third project, a video work featuring several anthropologists, looks at the relation between art and anthropology. The final work includes a site-specific installation made from materials culled from the US–Mexico border, created in collaboration with Tijuana artist Alejandro Zacarias.
Above: Fiamma Montezemolo, The Maze, animated video installation, 2018; Courtesy Magazzino