Nari Ward's Geographies

Nari Ward's Geographies
#Exhibitions

Nari Ward is a Jamaican artist who now lives and works in New York. He is famous throughout the world for his installations made with recycled everyday materials and with a unique history, brought back to new functions. Memory and transformation open up new possibilities. The themes addressed by Nari Ward refer to contemporary urgencies, touching on issues of identity, justice, consumerism and racial issues. Some large-format installations, created between 1996 and 2000 for the choreography Geography Trilogy by Ralph Lemon, and for the first time since then, are exhibited to the public. The three works create a new choreography together with other sculptures, videos, installations and the visitors' bodies themselves. Nari Ward is in fact a performance artist and the exhibition itself is supported by a rich program of live collaborative actions.

Veronica Azzari - © 2024 ARTE.it for Bulgari Hotel Milano
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