A sort of virtual dialogue on shared themes, albeit analyzed in different ways, which takes the form of a single, large installation: the three artists gathered in the new exhibition project set up on the occasion of the 2020 Art Quadrennial are distant by history, generation and culture but present unexpected and sometimes surprising points of convergence.
What unites them is above all the same sensitivity towards the themes of individual freedom and of women's freedom in particular. Politics, religion, violence, gender differences and the role of women in the social context are at the center of the creative exercise of Claire Fontaine and Marinella Senatore, expressed through a varied set of expressive methods ranging from sculpture to photography, from installations to videos and performances.
Pasquarosa, born in 1896, was also confronted with the same issues but more through her own existence than through the exercise of her profession: she experimented a series of environmental and social circumstances unusual for her time, thus playing an ideal pivotal role in women’s rights movements.
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