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OPERA IN CONCORSO  Sezione Fotografia

Nicole Moserle | Dormitory in Reverse _10, Milanofiori 2013
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Dormitory in Reverse _10, Milanofiori 2013
digital print, fine art paper
300x420 mm

Nicole Moserle

nato/a a Verona

residenza di lavoro/studio: San Martino Buon Albergo (ITALIA)

iscritto/a dal 05 mag 2014

Under 35

http://nicolemoserle.com

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Nicole Moserle | Dormitory in Reverse _01, Milanofiori 2013

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Dormitory in Reverse _01, Milanofiori 2013
digital print, fine art paper
300x420 mm

Nicole Moserle | Dormitory in Reverse _12, Milanofiori 2013

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Dormitory in Reverse _12, Milanofiori 2013
digital print, fine art paper
300x420 mm

Nicole Moserle | Tapestry, Installation View at FORMA, Milano 2013

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Tapestry, Installation View at FORMA, Milano 2013
digital print, wallpaper
280x300 cm

Descrizione Opera / Biografia


€Milanofiori is a housing estate; strategically located at the intersection of Milan western bypass and the Milan-Genoa motorway. It was constructed with the idea of the tertiary sector in mind. It was situated in this strategic location, so its perspective would exempt it from the danger of becoming a dormitory in reverse.”When I clicked on milanofiori.net website, these first lines on the home page struck me. I did not understand the meaning of “dormitory in reverse”. So, I took the underground to Assago Forum and after thirty minutes of darkness, light appeared. Green fields and water of the ancient canals resurfaced. You exit from the underground station and it seems as if you arrived to a space base which leads directly into a planet which is “other” - where the horizon is not there. You are surrounded by large office buildings and shops never fulled or vacant, abandoned restaurants and large banners saying FOR RENT. The few passers-by appear ghost-like.I could only try to record the feeling of emptiness aroused by a place so surreal. A dimension that can be found in a video-game level where the programmer has decided to delete the characters and their adventures step by step. Perhaps the imagined programmer realized that in this place progress without human wisdom is not possible.
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Nicole Moserle lives and works between San Martino Buon Albergo (Italy) and Plymouth (UK). She has been Jem Southam’s personal assistant after having completed an MA in Photography and Visual Design at NABA (Milan 2013), and other Visual Studies that count also a BS in Economics and Management for Art and Culture at Bocconi University (Milan 2009). From 2010 she has taken part in several collective exhibitions and workshops at IUAV University in Venice, Essex University and Plymouth University, among which: 2013 - Trompe L’Oeil, curated by Luca Andreoni and Francesco Zanot, FORMA Foundation, Milan 2011 - Baton Sinister, curated by Bjarne Melgaard, OCA and IUAV University of Venice, NORWAY PAVILION - 54TH VENICE BIENNALE- 95ma Collettiva Giovani Artisti, curated by Stefano Coletto, FONDAZIONE BEVILACQUA LA MASA, Venice2010 - 94ma Collettiva Giovani Artisti, curated by Stefano Coletto, FBLM, Venice- Inventing Venice, curated by Lewis Baltz and Giuliana Racco, FONDAZIONE C. BUZIOL, Venice