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Fion Pellacini

The works of Fion Pellacini (b. 1986) tackle the spatial symbolics of social conditions and explore their relationship to change and social utopias through shifting historical and cultural implications, on both local and global scales.

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Working with sculpture, video, performance and music, Fion Pellacini reflects on thresholds as sites of selective permeability, fragile social balance and failed ideas of modernism. His work is an attempt to give new readings to these sites and to explore their potentials for encounter and participation. Comprising found objects such as key chains and both long lasting and temporary materials, his sculptures, wall objects and acoustic interventions reference architecture, cultural identities and their in betweens, and weave layered portraits of those locations of transition. Fion Pellacini is of German and Brazilian nationality and working between both countries.

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