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Marcelo de Melo

 

 

Doctor of Philosophy (Art Practice)

University for the Creative Arts & University of Brighton, England

Born in Apucarana, PR, Brazil, 1972

Naturalised British in 2003

Lives and works in Amsterdam

 

Invited Speaker

Artistic Research Research Group

ASCA, University of Amsterdam

11 October 2019 at VOX-POP

 

Selected Blog Posts

(Post)Digital Clouds [04.X.19]

Research Art [25.VI.19]

Immersive Criticism [16.VI.19]

Transhistorical Art [13.III.19]

STATEMENT


In my artistic practice, found materials

and objects are used to generate meaning in a non‚Äźhierarchical manner. Methodologically, the Deleuzian rhizome functions as a model for artistic experimentation, which underlines the transfunctionality of art, a concept central to my research. In general, my work explores cultural values, consumerism and globalization through playful visual games that reference technology, biology and a sense of everyday routine. Also, there is a high degree of chance and coincidence in my practice, allowing a diverse set of themes to evolve in my production.

The Book of Quick Responses, 2016
Detail of As a blind man [...], 2011
Vertical Modulators, 2011 & 2016
Colour Drawer, 2015
As a blind man [...], 2011

IMAGES

SELECTED WORK


Time Sheet, 2012

 CURRENT

EXHIBITION

 

 

 

Bibliomosaico

Group exhibition curated by Rosetta Berardi 

6 December 2019 to 24 January 2020

Biblioteca Card. Gaetano Cicognani, Faenza, Italy

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE

 

Occupying Time Occupying Space

Excursions Journal

Vol 6, No 1, Occupations

 

BOOKS | CATALOGUES

Amazon.com profile

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Citation

Catalogue: Chuck Close Mosaics [p.37]

by Daniele Torcellini

Silvana Editoriale, Milano, 2019

 


LINKS

 

TheMeloPedia

Incidental blog

  

Professional Profile

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