Glenda Cinquegrana Art Consulting is proud to host the first solo exhibition titled The Memory Prism by the American visual artist, filmmaker, designer, and architect, Tim White-Sobieski.
The show curated by Glenda Cinquegrana, is a unique combination of photography, light artworks, and stainless-steel mirror-polished sculptures that offer an immersive and thought-provoking experience. It invites visitors to explore the deep connection between the human mind, history, and the responsibility we carry throughout generations based on the actions we take.
At the heart of the exhibition is the story of a young teenage girl, just beginning to understand her place in the world. Through her eyes, we see the power of stories and their impact on our perception of history, on both a personal and global level. The artworks on display are carefully crafted to reflect the complex relationship between the individual and history, inviting visitors to reflect on their own experiences and connections to the past.
The stainless-steel mirror-polished sculptures play a significant role in the exhibition, reflecting and refracting light in ways that underscore the central theme of the exhibition. They remind us that as we reflect on the past, our actions and choices continue to impact the present and the future, affecting the generations to come. The mirror sculptures are strategically placed throughout the exhibition to reflect light, highlighting the essence of photography as a medium that embraces light, reflection, and analysis.
The light artworks in the exhibition are designed to create a dynamic and immersive environment that encourages visitors to engage with the artworks on multiple levels. The photographic series serves as a powerful illustration of the ways in which our perceptions of history are shaped by the stories we tell, and our responsibility to contribute to the world we inherit. The light of the artworks creates a dynamic and ever-changing environment, inviting visitors to interact with the space in new and exciting ways.The term "self-reflecting" connotes a play on words, referring to both the philosophical theme of the art exhibition and the mirror-polished stainless-steel sculptures in the exhibition. On the one hand, "self-reflecting" in a philosophical context refers to the act of introspection or examining one's own thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. This type of self-reflection is often associated with critical thinking and analysis, as individuals engage in a process of self-evaluation in order to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their place in the world. Furthermore, the mirror-polished stainless-steel sculptures in the exhibition serve as a literal reflection of the viewer. When a person looks at these sculptures, they see their own image staring back at them. This can serve as a powerful tool for self-reflection, as the viewer is confronted with a direct representation of themselves.
Title: Tim White-Sobieski. The Memory Prism
Opening: April 07, 2023
Ending: June 03, 2023
Organization: Glenda Cinquegrana Art Consulting
Curator: Glenda Cinquegrana
Place: Milano, Glenda Cinquegrana Art Consulting
Address: Via Settembrini, 17 - 20124 Milano
More info on this website: https://www.glendacinquegrana.com/
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