From February 16 to March 16, 2011 at Spazio Tadini, Milan duo DAMSS exposure: when the tissue becomes art.
We are approaching the Milan fashion week, and the spirit of fashion and synaesthetic already wafts through the streets of the city. If you want some suggestions, you were back in the right place. From today and for next month's Space Tadini, in Jommelli 24, its stock rose to a particular initiative, the exhibition DAMSS, Vibration Weaving - Textile Fusion.
Behind quest'acronimo, DAMSS, hide the initials of the two main characters, Daniel Arnold and Marco Sarzi-Sartori, engineer and architect, she reinventatisi him - with excellent results - as two artists who have decided to pool their ideas and identity in the name of an artistic production almost tailor.
And armed forces have joined recently, the organizational capacity of Sara Alessandrello, art historian, and Alexander Phoenix, 3D artist and photographer.
Weaving vibration is therefore not only an exhibition, but it becomes a way of thinking, a very clever way to reinvent the gap. Sure, why work DAMSS, from the first up to the most recent collages are made with care, imagination and eye tissues from high couture fashion, thrown away and they resumed.
On closer inspection it is a similar path But from a roller coaster where the art (fashion) discards itself and rises again slipping in another area, similar but still different.
Just look at the works to realize this: the Dom de Milan (2008), which reproduces in detail the Piazza Duomo and its parent, the cathedral, Paper (2010), a series of rectangular pieces marked with red stitching and burning alive from the stroke irregular.
Nothing is excluded: from figurative to abstract fantasy, the precious material and color remain intact before our eyes and rises to the first true women of the show.
And why not settle for mere contemplation, to complete the event will continue throughout the next month's events at the Spazio Tadini: February 23 Miniartextil will host the exhibit, organized by the Art & Art and of which we are celebrating the twentieth anniversary; March 4 will take place Sonnambula, called a 'parade of imaginary clothes uninhabited' Alice Visin and finally on March 9, at 20.30, will host the conference held by the expert prof. ing. NK Sharma.