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Giulia Cacciuttolo

artist  |  Giulia Cacciuttolo

London

scouted by Despoina Tzanou

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Giulia's work reflects a continuous development starting from the intersection of memory, space and time. The artist is interested in understanding and studying the discrepancies between reality and memory. Time and space are the two main coordinates of memory; something that happened in a given time and space. In reality, memory has the capacity to undermine these two cardinal points. Often, we think that we have a perfect remembrance of ... Read more
Giulia's work reflects a continuous development starting from the intersection of memory, space and time. The artist is interested in understanding and studying the discrepancies between reality and memory.

Time and space are the two main coordinates of memory; something that happened in a given time and space. In reality, memory has the capacity to undermine these two cardinal points. Often, we think that we have a perfect remembrance of the shape of an object in a given place or of the face of a loved one, but we only keep a general ‘sensation’ of the object, the place or the person. If we could physically confront our memory with the actual object or space we would be surprised with the fact that there are a lot of missing or different details.

Lately, Giulia's practice has been focused on two different but complementary concepts linked to memory: the fragment and the mould. Our memory is composed of fragments that we try to put together again every time we try to remember something. But the result will never be perfectly adherent to what really happened. Even if the fragments of our memories are perfectly attached to each other, they will always remain fragments of something that at some points was a whole. On the other hand, our memory will always be a mould of what was there before; we will be able to replicate those things, but there will always be something slightly different from the original. Read less
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