Alberto Tadiello

Montecchio Maggiore (VI), 1983. Lives in a former bakery at the foot of the Dolomites

A deep-rooted relationship with nature, explored in surprising ways, underlies Tadiello’s work, which often analyses the physical manifestations of forces and energy fields, aspects of reality that are usually concealed from sight. His works contain no trace of organic matter: they are strict compositions of electrical wires, iron blades, acoustic mechanisms and speakers that emit a sound that invades space, almost like a sculptural element. Sound is a recurrent theme in the artist’s work, used to explore the physical and phenomenological potential of elements in brand new ways. Tadiello has exhibited his works in numerous solo and group shows in Italy and abroad, including T2 Turin Triennale – 50 lune di Saturno, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin (2008), SI Sindrome Italiana, Le Magasin, Grenoble (2010), Italian Art To Be Listened To, NCCA, Moscow (2011), Terre vulnerabili, Hangar Bicocca, Milan (2011), and Art or Sound, Fondazione Prada, Venice (2014).

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