Danilo Correale

Naples, 1982. Lives in New York

For some time, Correale has sought to represent the impact of the capitalist economy on human life in his work. By analyzing how the rhythms imposed by neoliberalism have disrupted the traditional working day—divided into hours devoted to work, free time and rest—the artist has created long-term projects that highlight the effects of these changes on the individual. For example, a game of football between three teams of temporary workers (The Game, 2013); a book on the evolution of sleep as time to be made productive (No More Sleep No More, 2014); or visits to imaginary worlds revolving around key figures in the world of finance (The Visible Hand, 2011). The institutions that have exhibited Correale’s work include: La Loge, Brussels, Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz (2016), Triennale, Milan, 2nd Kiev Biennale (2015), Museo Madre, Naples (2014), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Peep-Hole, Milan (2012), Entrèe, Bergen (2011), and Manifesta 8, Murcia (2010).

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