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Apophenia


artist | Giulia Cacciuttolo

2016

Sculpture / Edition of 7

80 × 40 x 20 cm / 31.5 × 15.7 x 7.9 in

Seven pillow moulds made with plaster and plaster scrims.

Apophenia is the "human tendency to perceive meaningful patterns within random data. It is a series that started from the artist's research on memory and its connection with space. The ... Read more
Seven pillow moulds made with plaster and plaster scrims.

Apophenia is the "human tendency to perceive meaningful patterns within random data. It is a series that started from the artist's research on memory and its connection with space. The work has a strong contrast between a more 'poetic' part - the front - and the actual marks of the making - the back. The mould itself has a double meaning. It is part of the making of the artist, as well as conceptually represents the proof that something was there. In a way, it works exactly like our memory. As a mould, every time we remember there will always be something slightly different from reality. As our memories are fragments of reality, Apophenia is also a fragment of the actual objects, which are halves of pillows. Read less
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