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MICHELE GABRIELE / portfolio 2014 /

Selected works

“The concept of distance fascinates me.
I often think about the space that separates the work from the observer.
I am interested in the kind of "timelessness" that develops with a view from far away.
I focus on the materials, on the portraits in the history of art, on nature and complexity.
At times I find that I put a lot of effort into ensuring that my works depart from me, from my gesture and my time. I feel more a "discoverer" than a
"creator". I want my works to proceed obliquely from the concepts of time by belonging to time in general."

“Untitled” (A small distance)
oil on wood, cement, sand, coral, rope, shells; painting and frame;
70 cm x 60 cm x 30 cm;
2013


A series of paintings with frames, suspended between paintings
and sculptures.

“Untitled” (Which holidays)
Oil on canvas, natural resin, minerals, fabrics, prints on cotton;
70 cm X 60 cm x 20 cm;
2013

A series of paintings with frames, suspended between paintings
and sculptures.

“Untitled”
(my two paintings son’s portrait)
oil on canvas, board plywood, green dual component resin
epoxy, synthetic glass, spray colour;
55 cm x 45 cm;
2012

"Untitled" (Portrait of the son of two of my paintings) is what would happen if
two of my paintings had a son. This work consists of three substantial parts:
an oil painting canvas mounted on wood, a frame in resin epoxy dualcomponent green and two sintetic glasses painted with color-spray,
interchangeable.

“Untitled” (one of flock)
sugar and soil sculpture;
20 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm approx each;
2012

A series of eleven sculptures of soil and sugar, a small flock, one for each song of Chadal. Chadal is a group of Sardinian-Senegalese musicisans born following
an international cooperation project conceived by Cherimus, an Association that pursues the aim of integrating the territory and contemporary art.
Chadal creates a “short cut” between fun and fruitful Sardinian culture and the Senegalese. These sculptures come from their music. This work talks about the
struggle of letting someone go away.


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