The artist Caterina Morigi translates the residency at Capodimonte in a small size photographic intervention, in which she reveals the transparent traces of the history of the area, the dense atmosphere of the forest of Capodimonte. The small format echoes an intimate dimension which will show to the observer the effects of a tornado that hit Naples last October.
Caterina Morigi (Ravenna, 1991) lives and works between Rome and Turin. She studied Visual Arts at IUAV in Venice and Paris 8 – Saint Denis. In 2015, she earned a studio at Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa. She participated to artist residencies such as Dolomiti Contemporanee – Progetto Borca, Serre delle arti-Territori di Pietra. Her recent solo and group shows have taken place in: Mambo (Bologna) – That’s IT!, curated by Lorenzo Balbi; Villa Brandolini (Treviso) for Fondazione Francesco Fabbri; MAR (Ravenna); Una Vetrina (Rome); and other cities across Italy and Europe.