Alessia Innocenti is an artist from Santiago de Chile who lives in Barcelona. In COMPLEMENTOS the artists develops her use of light whilst continuing to place with geometric forms.
Alessia Innocenti's first solo exhibition in Barcelona is an exploration of light and shadow, creative unique fluorescent pieces.
Fragmentos is the centre pieces of the exhibition. The artists has created a site specific series of 12 paintings which when viewed together create a whole. Using light and shadow the artist creates a seamless flow between each piece, as light and the line communicates a constantly shifting and changing whole.
Alessia Innocenti - COMPLEMENTOS
8th of June - 10 of August
English - Castellano
COMPLEMENTOS is the culmination of a creative process that the artist has been wrapped up in over the last seven months. Prior to this body of work Alessia’s technique was not characterised by studies in the use of light and shadow, rather her work gave priority to the fluorescence of tones and to the perfection of geometric shapes. The collection presented in Bien Cuadrado closes a creative cycle where the artist has focussed on the union of a body of work is assembled by defined lines and a degradation of colours, creating optical illusions.
Despite looking as though each piece has been designed they are in fact borne out of an organic process. Each stroke representing a transfer of energy in the moment making intuitive use of light in order to create “Fragmentos de 12 partes” (Fragments of 12 Parts), the centrepiece of this show.
COMPLEMENTOS is an exhibition where all the pieces are constantly moving and they can be viewed in many ways, since the whole or individual pieces make up a whole. Moreover, they are a part of the artist, speaking of Alessia’s essence and of the path she has taken to reach this point.
In this context, COMPLEMENTOS is a fragments of artists own being.
Alessia Innocenti is a Graduate in Fine Arts from the Universidad Finis Terrae (Santiago de Chile). She also holds a Diploma in Art Therapy from the Universidad de Chile. She currently lives in Barcelona and works out of her studio in Bien Cuadrado.
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