Amalia Giacomini, ‘Memória Superficial #8’, 2015, LURIXS: Arte Contemporânea

About Amalia Giacomini

Amalia Giacomini says she is most interested in creating ambience and space—“a frame without matter.” Giacomini, who studied architecture and urban planning, is known for her experiential installations that tamper with their viewers’ sensory perceptions of space. She covers floors, ceilings, walls, and doorways using simple straight and curved lines in limited palettes; these installations shift and optically distort the interior architecture, making it purposefully difficult to navigate and even comprehend. She also makes smaller wall-mounted works, with irregular, layered grids using elastic fibers, held in position with rectangular frames. These optically manipulate the viewer’s sense of a two-dimensional plane.

Brazilian, b. 1974, São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil, based in Rio de Janeiro - State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Solo Shows

Galeria Lume, 
São Paulo,

Group Shows

Clima Art Gallery, 
Pinta Miami 2017

Fair History on Artsy

Galeria Lume at SP-Arte/2017