Felipe Pantone Exhibition Gallery COMMON’s “MANIPULABLE”
From June 3rd to July 17th, 2022, Tokyo-based Gallery Common will announce Felipe Pantone’s solo. Exhibition Operation possibleFeaturing a completely new athletic work Interactive installation space.marking Argentina-Spanish artist The first major exhibition in Japan since 2014, the show focuses on dynamism, transformation and the digital revolution. All artwork was created for viewers to touch and rearrange.
“Manipulable” features new dynamic work in a fully interactive installation space
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Interactive works correspond to today’s world of self-curation
“Manipulable” is a Latin word with roots in the Manus (hand), which means “something that can be moved or manipulated by hand”. What can be controlled, controlled, or molded. ” Similarly, the exhibition presents a set of interactive artwork that visitors can interact with and modify. With a background as a graffiti artist and a graduate of art in his work, Pantone combines his street experience with academic knowledge to create a vibrant and unique language. The work in the exhibition raises questions about how we consume visual information, especially in the digital age.
“Currently everything is controllable. Instead of listening to the radio, we manage our own playlists. We don’t watch TV. We choose the shows to stream. The internet can configure the information itself. I made it. the Artist stock. “Light, movement, and color define everything I do, and by adding touch elements, everyone can get closer to work. For the first time, all my work for the exhibition, It was designed to be composed of viewers. I think it’s very modern to be able to interact with what the audience is consuming, and create artwork that accommodates today’s world of self-curation. I wanted to. “
The show reflects the themes of dynamism, transformation and the digital revolution
Bridging the gap between art and the audience
As awareness of interaction has evolved over the last few years, Pantone has experimented with different methods and approaches to break down communication barriers, including touchless ways to interact with your work via VR and remote control apps. rice field. Now that he has more options for face-to-face interaction, he explores how touch and physical interaction closes the gap between the artist and the audience.
To commemorate the exhibition, Felipe Pantone has also released a limited edition print entitled “CDM32-P”. This piece uses UV printing on an aluminum sheet to create a print with a smooth reflective texture that changes in light. Available in a limited edition of only 35, this work is 70.7×50 cm in size. gallery Until the end of the session.
Pantone combines street experience with academic knowledge to create a vibrant and unique language.
The work casts doubt on how we consume visual information, especially in the digital age.
The show features a series of eye-catching pieces with vibrant colors and reflective textures.
All artwork was created for viewers to touch and rearrange
Pantone explores how touch and physical interaction closes the gap between the artist and the audience.
name: Operation possible
Artist: Felipe Pantone
position: Gallery Common, Harajuku, Tokyo
date: June 3rd-July 17th, 2022
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