The artist will realize a site-specific work in the village of Corinaldo, in the region of Le Marche. Margherita Moscardini (Doronatico, 1981) will present her work in the village of Corinaldo, in the Marche region. In her work she intertwines space and time, landscape and architecture, image and illusion. At the center of her interests are the processes of transformation, appropriations and conditions that cause change and mutation. Her work includes long-term projects and large-scale interventions, and she also produces drawings, writings, sculptures and videos. Among her most recent solo exhibitions are: ‘The Fountains of Za’atari’, Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia in 2019. Her work is part of the permanent collections of the MADRE in Naples and of the MAXXI in Rome. Her Elpis collaborator is Giacomo Pigliapoco.
«CINERIBUS ORTA COMBUSTA REVIXI. Risen from the ashes, burned, I came back to life, is an old Latin saying of Corinaldo. TO LIVE WITHOUT BELONGING».