Daniela Macé-Rossiter I Aleph, 2020


For Hot Mess, Daniela Macé-Rossiter @danielamross will be presenting “Aleph”, a digital print on satin silk. The silk is printed with the image of a photo of rumpled silk which itself is printed. We can catch within the image a glimpse of different places and organic matters: the infinitely large and the infinitely small. The image becomes a plasmic shape, a flexible cartography, a fluid fictively floating (print) and physically subject to the laws of gravity (silk). The fold as a multiverse, a proposition of the idea of infinity as the Aleph of Borges, the place where all places of the universe can be seen from all angles.


Daniela Macé-Rossiter (*1986 in Paris, France) is a french-venezuelian artist. She holds a BA from the ENSA Paris-Cergy (2006) and a MA in Fine Arts from the KH Berlin-Weissensee (2012). Her work articulates around photography through a process of mise en abyme and stratification of the medium image, exploring its corporality through different mediums. Fabric and embroidery have become essential components of her plastic research, allowing her to work the images on different levels of materialization. Moving from one medium to another, as one would move from one physical state of matter to another, is a way of exploding the image in a moment of transformation, as if it were also a biological matter. She lives and works in Berlin.


digital print on satin silk.

900 x 135 cm

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