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Oli Bonzanigo
(1989, Milan)

I was a nervous heat
Oli Bonzanigo, with the sculptural project in porcelain I was a nervous heat, will be put in dialogue with the video works. The artwork is a spinal column divided in sections, a study of the relationships of mimesis between architectural shapes and human anatomy. The artist continues the investigation on the relationship between human and matter, on the action of man and the movements of matter as vehicle of cultural and geographical contaminations.

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Oli Bolzanigo (1989, Milan) graduated from Byam Shaw School of Arts in London. Since 2012 she collaborates with Fonderia Artistica Battaglia, historic milanese foundry that work with lost wax technique, for which she looks after the new productions of young international artists. She has exhibited at the Marrakech Biennale 5-6 and at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair. Her research is enhanced by collaborations with numerous north African cultural Institutions: Le18, Marsaad Draa, Kibrit/Qanat, Voice Gallery. Since 2017 she works and lives in Palermo where she is co-founder of Studio Gibel and she studies Arabic Language and Culture at Bourgiba Institute (Palermo-Tunis).

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