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Artists in Residence: Renato D'Agostin

Washington (DC), 3000 Whitehaven St, NW
January 26 th, 2017 | April 30 th, 2017

While traveling across the United States on the back of my motorcycle I had a lot of time to think, to think at all the reasons why I was doing it, how it would connect to my previous projects, my previous photographs, how my America would appear to the audience, and more importatnly how it would translate into my senses.

With this installation four projects are in a visual dialogue together. Venice, my first love in photography, where the magic happened, the place that suggested to me that there was another way to look at the world: through the bidimensional surface of a photograph. I was 17 when I started and Venice was the closest challenge I could take. Years went by, my appreciation for the potentialities of the medium grew, and I kept exploring.

The volcano Etna in Sicily meant the beginning of a new chapter, the publishing house I started to fully experience my projects: from the idea to the printed book. Etna had in me that visceral feeling that only a few other places on Earth have. Infinity of nature struck me, flowing through my veins like incandescent lava.

7439 is the number of miles I rode through the country that is home for me now. It kept changing, and it kept surprising me. Washington DC is the home of this home, the home of my photography these months. There is a moment in a photographer's life when you start connecting the dots, between the past and the future of your language. In some photographers, that moment is every day.

Renato D'agostin

 

While traveling across the United States on the back of my motorcycle I had a lot of time to think, to think at all the reasons why I was doing it, how it would connect to my previous projects, my previous photographs, how my America would appear to the audience, and more importatnly how it would translate into my senses.

With this installation four projects are in a visual dialogue together. Venice, my first love in photography, where the magic happened, the place that suggested to me that there was another way to look at the world: through the bidimensional surface of a photograph. I was 17 when I started and Venice was the closest challenge I could take. Years went by, my appreciation for the potentialities of the medium grew, and I kept exploring.

The volcano Etna in Sicily meant the beginning of a new chapter, the publishing house I started to fully experience my projects: from the idea to the printed book. Etna had in me that visceral feeling that only a few other places on Earth have. Infinity of nature struck me, flowing through my veins like incandescent lava.

7439 is the number of miles I rode through the country that is home for me now. It kept changing, and it kept surprising me. Washington DC is the home of this home, the home of my photography these months. There is a moment in a photographer's life when you start connecting the dots, between the past and the future of your language. In some photographers, that moment is every day.

Renato D'agostin

 
 
 
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