LETIZIA CARRIELLO

LETIZIA CARRIELLO
A descendant of a Neapolitan family of sculptors for over two hundred years, she is an eclectic artist who lives and works in Milan exploring the relationship between interior space and external world through different practices and arts, from design to installation, photography, sculpture and video, up to performance. "Art as a way to materialize time." The fundamental themes of her work are: the obsession of time that passes inexorably, the sense of isolation, separation and oppression, the tangle of human relations. Installations, photographs and performances are conceived and created starting from everyday objects of common use that, transformed through a new artistic language, stimulate imagination and materialize time in a perceptible form. Her desire to express the material aspect of time is thus achieved with research and collection of its traces, as an example, through calendars -sequences of numbers and letters- and links between objects, matter and spaces. With this process of identification and union, connections and relationships otherwise lost are reconstructed. Her works have been exhibited all over the world and are part of numerous public and private collections.

LETIZIA CARRIELLO

A descendant of a Neapolitan family of sculptors for over two hundred years, she is an eclectic artist who lives and works in Milan exploring the relationship between interior space and external world through different practices and arts, from design to installation, photography, sculpture and video, up to performance.

"Art as a way to materialize time."

The fundamental themes of her work are: the obsession of time that passes inexorably, the sense of isolation, separation and oppression, the tangle of human relations. Installations, photographs and performances are conceived and created starting from everyday objects of common use that, transformed through a new artistic language, stimulate imagination and materialize time in a perceptible form. Her desire to express the material aspect of time is thus achieved with research and collection of its traces, as an example, through calendars -sequences of numbers and letters- and links between objects, matter and spaces. With this process of identification and union, connections and relationships otherwise lost are reconstructed. Her works have been exhibited all over the world and are part of numerous public and private collections.