Alice Pedroletti

Alice Pedroletti is a visual artist born and raised in Italy; she lived and worked in the Netherlands, the United States, and China. Currently, she is working between Milan and Berlin, where she will be a fellow artist at ZK/U (Center for Art and Urbanistic) in 2021. She studied management of public cultural events, and she also taught personal research in documentary photography at IED Milan. Her background is in music, editorial and advertising photography. Her research investigates the relationship between artworks-viewers and archiving as an art practice, working on the multiple aspects of being and vision. In her works, as well as in commissioned projects, art connects both with science and humanistic subjects. She focuses her practice on the idea of fragmentation that puts identity and memory – personal or collective – in connection to architecture and landscape. She is part of different artists’ networks: Artists in the field (USA/UK), Temporal School of Experimental Geography (UK/ES), and Rabbit Island Foundation (USA) working on different approaches to geography and territories and focusing on the fieldwork and sustainability issues. As an artist-curator, she founded ATRII Open Archive: a collective project hosted at Cittadella degli Archivi, Milan city archive, which uses contemporary art to investigate the concept of the atrium from a processual and theoretical point of view.

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    Rabbit Island is a 91-acre forested island in Lake Superior three miles east of Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula (USA). The majority of the island is held under a conservation easement granted by the Keweenaw Land Trust, assuring its unique ecosystem and will serve as a platform for science, art, preservation, and recreation for the generations. Rabbit Island is an Art Residency for artists where I spent one month in June 2018 considering the island my sketchbook, drawing with lights, colors, waves, stone marks, clouds, fog, and everything I could not control. Photos of my research I don’t draw related to several land art and fictional actions are available exclusively on OEG to support my work with Rabbit Island and other charity projects. The residency reflects on the American continent’s four hundred year history of settlement and division of land. It stems from the idea that in a developed society, the intelligent organization of wild spaces is one of the most civilized things we can pursue. The island itself, an unsettled and undivided area, enables artists to present commentary on these ideas, creating interpretations and solutions to issues of the global importance of climate change, loss of natural habitat, the value of pristine watersheds, the environmental implications of entrepreneurship, and so forth. Modern understanding of our biological reality and our cause-and-effect relationship dictates a need for principles worthy of time. […] © Rabbit Island Foundation / Alice Pedroletti – Read more at https://rabbitisland.org/art

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    I don’t draw (Rabbit Island) 2

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    Rabbit Island is a 91-acre forested island in Lake Superior three miles east of Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula (USA). The majority of the island is held under a conservation easement granted by the Keweenaw Land Trust, assuring its unique ecosystem and will serve as a platform for science, art, preservation, and recreation for the generations. Rabbit Island is an Art Residency for artists where I spent one month in June 2018 considering the island my sketchbook, drawing with lights, colors, waves, stone marks, clouds, fog, and everything I could not control. Photos of my research I don’t draw related to several land art and fictional actions are available exclusively on OEG to support my work with Rabbit Island and other charity projects. The residency reflects on the American continent’s four hundred year history of settlement and division of land. It stems from the idea that in a developed society, the intelligent organization of wild spaces is one of the most civilized things we can pursue. The island itself, an unsettled and undivided area, enables artists to present commentary on these ideas, creating interpretations and solutions to issues of the global importance of climate change, loss of natural habitat, the value of pristine watersheds, the environmental implications of entrepreneurship, and so forth. Modern understanding of our biological reality and our cause-and-effect relationship dictates a need for principles worthy of time. […] © Rabbit Island Foundation / Alice Pedroletti – Read more at https://rabbitisland.org/art

    Alice Pedroletti

    I don’t draw (Rabbit Island) 1

    AVAILABLE FOR 48 DAYS

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