A selection of the unique collage works of Scarlet Scardanelli will be on exhibition at Green Kill from Saturday May 4, 2019 until Saturday, May 25, 2019 along with works by four other artists, including Jessica Allazraki, Mitchell Brozinsky, Roselie Frankel and Sweetbryar
Best hours to view this exhibition are 3-6 PM Tuesday-Saturday.
The opening celebration will be on Saturday, May 4 from 5-7 PM. Please join us for wine and conversation.
About Scarlet Scardanelli
My work with the idea of temporary collages started 6 years ago. I speak in pictures, naturally. Using techniques of photography, collage with old fashioned analogue magazine cuttings, digital imaging and paint I arrive at professionally printed images for exhibition. The concepts and methods I have conceived and practised have led to some describing me as an avantgarde artist, and often not understood until years later. I de-reconstruct elements of images to work on developing a series of works. This approach allows me to generate characters and picture them in different scenarios. The themes in this current show are procreation – sex, destruction – war and reconstructing – the future. Digital images compromise the true to life reflection of analogue photography. Our augmented reality uses this technique in digital media throughout and the black mirror has now become an integral part in our reality.
I am delighted with this opportunity to return to the east coast years after having exhibited in NYC at galleries such as The Emerging Collector, ABC no Rio, CBGB and Archive Gallery. Since then I have shown work in Europe, mainly England and worked on moving image and internet based productions whilst lecturing Media at UK Universities.
The exhibited images can be printed at any size (considering aspect ratio) to fit an existing or chosen frame. Talk to the gallery and they can advise. With a low number print-run (10 max.) I can still make these prints available at the low price of £250 at the size exhibited.