Let's get personal with Carmela Gross
""Boca do Inferno" refers in some way to the situation in Brazil at the time I made this work."
|Victor & Simon
Though it’s dark, still I sing, Works from the 34th Bienal de São Paulo marks the first exhibition of this Bienal hosted in Europe and in France. Shown at Les Forges in LUMA Arles, the selection of artworks reflects on questions of perception, transformation and how different realities can coexist. These are presented through a plurality of media, including installations, sound experiments, paintings, videos, photographs and letters.
What connection does Carmela Gross make between volcanic activity and the Brazilian government? Why did she choose the monotype to reflect this?
In this interview, the artist talks about her work "Boca do Inferno", written like an opera.