Andreas Zampella

(Salerno, 1989)

All elements of Andreas Zampella’s work are composed as in a theatrical play: the painting is the setting for actions and non-actions, a metaphor for the viewer; the tools and sculptures the props, whose meaning changes, is discovered in space; the objects containing raw meat and the “machines,” the main actors, which, freezing movement in power, or reiterating it in a senseless way, live a condition of continuous action, as abscesses of performance art.

With these guidelines, his work investigates the relationship between reality and representation in society, admitting the failure of communication in contemporaneity. Like half-open thresholds or exits, his works oscillate in conditions bordering between fatigue and anxiety, lament and accusation, obligation and boredom, individual and collectivity, and do so indolently, hypocritically, in the full paradox of reality.


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