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Catalogue Exhibition │Millepiani

Posted on April 23 2021

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THE DREAMER

Exhibition
4  —  11 May 2021
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CHARLES BIRNBAUM

And all Things Came From The One Photography, 2020

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"My photography points to the possibility of going beyond objective reality and revolves around a puzzle to disassemble. The images take on the character of apparitions leading to our feeling and desire to find hoped for traces of an ephemeral and/or transient presence."
- C. B.

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JAROSLAW KOZIOL

To Hide Photography, 2018

In our dreams we face the deepest content of our individuality. Our desires, fears and hopes interpenetrate with each other, trying to show us the right way we should follow. As a model – artist Beata Bartosiak.
- J. K.
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HICRAN AKAALP

Demeter │ Photography, 2020

In ancient Greek religion and mythology, Demeter is the Olympian goddess of the harvest and agriculture, presiding over grains and the fertility of the earth.
- H. A.

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ANA PAULA DI BERARDO

Station │ Photography, 2020

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TILL SCHMITZ
Lightbrush Portrait of Zvezdina │ Photography, 2018
Portrait with a light brush (blackened glass fibres, where only the tip of the tips of the fibres emit light). This technique results in a most dreamy mood.
- T. S.
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JENNIFER MAIOTTI
Earthshine │ Photography, 2020
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BENOIT MAESTRE
Evaporated Fragments │ Video, 2021
EVAPORATED FRAGMENTS Fifty eight speechless documentary fragments  that shape one film ghost images, questions, contemplations, reveries. Life on stage, limbo, faces, animals, states of the world...
- B. M.
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VIAN BORCHERT
Dead Sea Dreams │ Photography, 2018
"Dead Sea Dreams" depicts the peacefulness and mystic beauty of the Dead Sea. It is reflective of feelings of rejuvenation and harmony.
- V. B.
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JULIA IVASHKINA

The Only Darkness We Should Allow │ Photography, 2017

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Reflected on freedom - on female power and freedom. about that undeniable deep feeling given to us from birth. In particular, here I analyze the experience of love relationships. the image of a fragile naked girl makes her way along the top of the mountain to the very edge through overcoming herself and raises a lighted torch into the sky - this is a moment of awareness and triumph of her personal strength.
- J. I.

 

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CARLA POHL
Untitled, Hanging Around │ Photography, 2020 
Everything is bright. Everything is dark. Unbelievably far and yet I search for what makes us - what makes me. My body vibrates. Always in connection with me, Mother Earth and all people. Then there is the hanging upside down - a hanging out and the search for what I and the people are - what life is and how we should live life. And at the very end there is only silence, which in its very own way asks again: Who am I, if I am only myself?
- C. P.

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SIMONE PASOTTI
Dreamer  │ Photography, 2019
Dreamers wants to explore the blurred boundaries between private and public sphere in productive and commercial realities. It does it through focusing on one of the most intimate human acts: sleeping.
- S. P.
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TAMMY SWAREK
Translucent Dream │ Photography, 2014
“Translucent Dream” - The world where our subconscious selves travels to, one that our consciousness cannot enter. What we can and can’t control separates. There is a moment after waking that the memory of the experience is clear, but you can feel it fading. They become translucent until they disappear.
- T. S.
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RADA NASTAI
Sophie │ Photography, 2016
This work is part of the series Forward! the light brigade, which contains a selection of photohraphs held together by nostalgia, the dread of eternity being trapped in a photographc memory, the dream of that illusion being real.
- R. N.
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RADA NASTAI
I Was │ Photography, 2018

This work is part of a series of photographs developed alongside a collaboration with artist Carly-Jean Dorrington, during our residency at Das Blaue Pferd in Brandenburg, Germany. The work is visually documenting the process of grief when losing someone, and conceptual simulations of ressurections or burials.
- R. N.

 

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CARA LEE WADE
Legacy. Alzheimer's Stories: An Expectation of Living │ Photography, 2018 
My Grandmothers were both diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease in 1999, passing in 2004. As a result, I am obsessed with absorbing my Grandmothers’ and consequently my familial past. As they struggled to retain their memories, I am now determined to gather them and add them to my own.
- C. L. W.
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MARIE SIMONOVA
Dream of Equality │ Photography, 2020
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” ―Harriet Tubman. 2020 have given us a whirlwind of events that included a horrifying global pandemic, emboldened protestors fighting for social justice, and a seemingly never-ending political cycle. Emotions really ran the gamut throughout the year—from terror to anger and exasperation to hopefulness and inspiration. I believe that dreamers and artists pave us a road to huge changes to our society and bring us the unquenchable hope that we need in this difficult time. Photographed and produced by Marie Simonova, stylist: Guvanch Agajumayev, stylists assistant: Viktoria Osychenko, model: Hannah Burnard at Wilhelmina Model Management, hair stylist: Jerrod Roberts at The Wall Group, makeup: Niko Lopez.
- M. S.
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ANNIE POLLOCK
Overgrown House Plant Photography, 2020
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ANNIE POLLOCK
Sweet Special Delivery │ Photography, 2020
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YINON GAL-ON
Blooming  Photography, 2020
Abyss of Bliss In Hebrew, the expression used to describe someone who is Holding his breath, is the same expression as Breathtaking - “Otzer Neshima”. Yinon Gal-On, a young Israeli photographer, is investigating the space between Physical presence and the Metaphysical, between the Breath (“Neshima”) and the Soul (“Neshama”). Under water Gal-On is trying to capture with his camera the deepest thoughts, memories, pain and pleasure, which exist beyond the visual or the tangible. Notions and emotions which take your breath away, before they form into words.
- Y. G.
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SHAWN MICHAEL JONES
Flowers  Photography, 2020
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AUDREY GILLESPIE
In Night │ Photography, 2019
Based on a night of lucid dreaming, more nightmarish than dreamy, my dream sequence continued where it left off every night for 8 days. I floated into the air upside down, unable to stabilise myself, my teeth would fall out and drift into the air and I'd lose them.
- A. G.
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RHEA GUPTE
The Dreamer │ Photography, 2021
Doesn’t our reality begin with our dreams? The subconscious and the conscious. The real and the surreal. Our dreams tell us about where we are and where we will go. Dreamers are the same wherever they are. In stillness, in chaos, together or afar. Connected and connecting. The dots of hope.
- R. G.

 

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OLGA LARINOVA
Speaks to God │ Photography, 2020

She is tired, but happy, her eyes tell about it. She lived a good life. What could her dreams be about now?
- O. L.

 

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MERANI SCHILCHER
After Hours (Berlin #1) │ Photography / Installation, 2020
 

Lockdowns have become standard procedure during the COVID-19 pandemic, clearly separating what is considered private and public space. "after hours" deals with human properties within machines. Machines always automated tasks humans didn’t or couldn’t do. By extending private into public space and public into private space, it's a visualization of human desire for companionship during these trying times in isolation.
- M. S.

 

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ANA IRIBAS RUDIN
I Create Reality │ Photography, 2021
In I Create Reality, the image is taken from an external perspective (the dreaming subject, in a spontaneous dreaming pose) but, acting as a counterpoint, the purposefully faint text/title acts as a philosophical pointer towards the dream state of consciousness and the relation between consciousness and reality.
- A. I. R.

 

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