Exhibition: Fiamma Montezemolo

Sep 12, 2018   12pm–Nov 15, 2018   5pm
Headlands, Project Space
FREE and open to the public

Fiamma Montezemolo

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 art practice is conceptual and grounded in fieldwork research. As an Artist in Residence at the Headlands, she has expanded this dual vocation by transforming Project Space into a “potential space” (after British psychoanalyst D. W. Winnicott) in which the ex-military post is made into a playful laboratory of poetic, conceptual, and political interventions and collaborations. She thinks of the space as an atelier in which to collaborate with other creative producers and thinkers on temporary specific projects. The exhibition comprises four distinct projects that explore modes of existence between self and others. Each collaborative project inspired a second solo project by the artist, resulting in eight distinct new works. All are developed originally for what the artist calls a “collaborative solo,” with contributions from and/or relations to others.

Montezemolo’s collaborators for this exhibition are Sami Elhaik, José Parral, Rebecca Solnit, and Alejandro Zacarias.