Absolve me

Eduardo Fiorito

Year:

2017

Media:

Mixed media (painting and photo)

Size (cm):

22 x 22 x 6

London 2019
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Biography

Eduardo Fiorito was born in Naples in 1977. In his professional path, he dedicated himself to theatre and multimedia, video-art and photography, working in Italy, Russia, Brazil, Egypt, Malta Repubblic and Croatia, exposing in public and private Institutions, art galleries and fairs, universities and museums. His photos have been published by Corriere della Sera, Repubblica, Il Tempo, Il Messaggero. Lepisma Edizioni published “Magia” in 2014, monography about Eduardo Fiorito’s work. Rai Arte, in June 2015, dedicated “L’Arcadia dietro la nebbia” to Eduardo Fiorito’s photography. IED – European Istitute of Design invited him in 2014 for a lecture on his work. In April 2015 was at National Resarch University – Higher School of Economics and Faculty of Comunications, Media and Design in Moscow (Russia) for his solo exhibit “Aenigma”. His last work "Girotondo" has been presented and curated by the renewed Monserrato Arte 900 Gallery in Rome.

Project

“Diary of a seducer” is a mixed media exhibition based on photography. It includes a series of canvas composed by photographs and paintings. They look like big pages of a diary where erotic memories are attached to them via photographs and words, drawn by black or white painting. The exhibition also includes an hand made diary, realized by the artist, composed by photographs and words. The exhibit also includes electronic music (composed by the artist, where the voices the women (photographed and not) have been live recorded and re-edited with electronic music) and a video. This exhibition project perfectly fits an hotel room where bed, sheets, bathroom and temporary meetings immediately refer to the life of a seducer. The room will look like a place where he tries to hold his memories, placing notes and photographs everywhere, audio, videos and diary pages in the very places he consumed his love affairs. Fleetingness, impermanence, lust and luxury are the very elements of his sentimental life. The hotel room will be the contemporary temple of this attempt to hold back memories and feelings.