Past Exhibitions / Rabarama
Rabarama presented her work at Moor House from May 5th to June 5th 2010.
Rabarama’s works capture the viewer’s imagination with their silent, frozen postures. Her human figures are both clothed and naked, covered with multicolored patterns, arabesques, numbers, letters, mazes and puzzles. Like sequence symbols of a genetic code, Rabarama’s patterns and puzzles stem from the artist’s fascination with genetics, the molecular metamorphosis of ever changing life, and the process of transformation. These figures ask the viewer to reflect on the nature of the individual, and on life as a labyrinth or journey, which is written on each of us and that sets the conditions that plagiarize the identity of the contemporary man constraining his possibility of a self-deter
A live performance was especially carried out on the occasion of the exhibition opening. A human body, camouflaged to be confused as one of Rabarama’s sculptures, confronted visitors, involving them at their deepest level of observation.
Curated by Elisa Martinelli, Forget Me Not and the Galleria Vecchiato