/ November 14, 2018

Daniela Comani, "Ich war's. Tagebuch 1900-1999", 2002/2006, Druck auf Netvinyl, 300x600cm, Detail

Daniela Comani, „Ich war’s. Tagebuch 1900-1999“, 2002/2006, Druck auf Netvinyl, 300x600cm, Detail

Mittwoch, 14.11.2018, Auditorium, 18:00 Uhr.

Daniela Comani’s multimedia installations engage in a dialogue about history, identity, gender and alienation. Her work focuses on media images and language which she manipulates through photography, text-based works and installation. Often working with materials from newspapers, books, television and the internet, she challenges foreignness and intimacy, history and interpretation.

Her works are frequently published as artist books, and function as art pieces that she conceives and designs, working with Edition Patrick Frey, Zürich; Archive Books, Berlin, among others.

Comani’s work has been shown internationally and is included in the collections of Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, Museo d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Kupferstichkabinett of the Berlin State Museums, Musée Les Abattoirs, Toulouse, Farnesina Contemporary Art Collection in Rome, and Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Los Angeles.

Daniela Comani was born in Bologna, Italy; she lives and works in Berlin, Germany


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