Entering the spaces in-between

Riccardo Miotto (b. 1982 in Treviso; lives and works between Treviso and Venice) studied architecture at the Iuav University of Venice. He participated in the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale and his graphic work deals with built structures. His graphic gestures are overtly two-dimensional and emphasize how the form created in the mind’s eye is only possible and present when an imaginary tension is generated. Miotto’s Tents tell of a hypothetical land, imaginary yet plausible, one that viewers might fall into, like a sinkhole of unfathomable depths. A space in-between, full of matter.

Tents is Miotto’s first artist book. The essay is written by Sara Marini.

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