Federico Maddalozzo

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11 oz. - 245 sq. ft., 2010, paper, angle bracket, lashing strap and spray paint, 280 x 430 x 200 mm
I’m not a season, 2009, frames and magazine, variable dimension
-1.344.000 cm³, 2009, wood and coloured MDF, 3000 x 3000 x 3000 mm
Untitled, 2009, wood and felt, 1250 x 1200 x 4000 mm, Installation view at Galleria Artericambi, Verona, I
Maybe #05 (uncoated), 2006, Pantone formula guide solid uncoated on cardboard, 1114 pieces 50 x 80 x 20 mm
Artist's Statement

"Federico Maddalozzo’s research deals with a system of rules codifying images that’s quite accurate. It’s visual archive, a kind of vision characterized by the use of a method where rationalization, structural translation are the elements giving form to all creative action. The formal structure, its social meaning, its use, the colour are elements for an effective communication, the error is the abolition of technological safety and return to analogical possibility in a framework that reaches more and more out for infallibility."


b. 1978 Italy
lives between Berlin and New York.
His works has been exhibited in several solo and group shows such as Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Passariano (Italy), GC.AC, Monfalcone (Italy), Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Venice (Italy), Progr Zentrum für Kulturproduktion, Bern (Switzerland), National Museum’s, Prague (Czech Republic), New Chinatown Barbershop Gallery, Los Angeles (US) and Viafarini, Milan (Italy).
He's currently in residence at ISCP in Brooklyn.