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Liquid Rooms, the LABYRINTH

Updated: Sep 9, 2019

March 2018 is an exciting time for me!

I have three collective exhibitions; one in Venice (Italy) - Liquid Rooms, the Labyrinth, one in Paris called Angst, and one in London, called 'Under my feet'.

I sent an application to Liquid Rooms in February with my art video called - Do you love yourself?

It is a monologue of 9 minutes and 41 seconds.

They selected my work that will be showed @ Palazzo Cà Zanardi, in Venice, from the 1rst till 30th of March 2018, along with other international artists.

I am very pleased. It is my first video art where I am the main character, where I am talking about my personal experience, as a woman and as an artist.

The project began in 2015 while I was in a 9 months abusive relationship. It is part of ‘ Love, Sex and Relationships’ photography – video project.

I didn’t love myself.

I used the process of video-interviews as a therapeutic tool that helped me to understand myself and the importance of self-love.

Title: Do you love Yourself? (monologue; 9min, 41 sec)


LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH is an invitation for artists to analyze their inner path and their artistic career, searching their identity as artists and as human beings.

In the mythology of the various cultures of the world, the labyrinth and its interior spaces, the liquid rooms, represent an itinerary to achieve a goal, a way out.

ITS LIQUID Group includes a section dedicated to international art events’ organization that manages exhibitions of photography, video art, installation and painting; it organizes solo and collective shows, art residencies and international contests.

Its object is to use new technologies to globalise the language of art, to connect artists working in every part of the world.

Since its beginning, the group has organised more than 150 events all around the world, involving more than 5.000 artists, in more than 60 international venues in Mexico, Poland, Turkey, Argentina, Canada, Italy, Australia, USA, Portugal, Colombia, Croatia, Greece, India, etc.

Most of the last events have been realised in museums (CCCB – Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona in Spain, NCCA – National Center for Contemporary Arts in Moscow, etc.), galleries and private foundations.

Curator - Luca Curci

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