MATERIALITY

 

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ENZO MARRA

Born in Bournemouth, UK. Working in London and Brighton, UK. 

 

Marra is trying to create an immediate way of working which somehow retains a presence when seen.
The process of thought and consideration prior to creative action, allowing him to concisely depict a scene which will hopefully transcend the potential that lingers in his head.
The world we live and struggle in and the world that haunts and hinders us internally, visually reinterpreting themselves into a cast of symbolic characters and settings.
The real world refused when stood in front of such otherworldly evocations.

https://www.instagram.com/enzomarraart/

http://www.axisweb.org/p/enzomarra

Reading on the subject

Theory and literature discussing materiality 

Mills, Christina Murdoch, "Materiality as the Basis for the Aesthetic Experience in Contemporary Art" (2009). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 1289. Available online:

https://scholarworks.umt.edu/etd/1289

Du Preez, Amanda."(Im)Materiality: on the matter of art". (2008). Available online:

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/40a9/4afdd71516238e02e8b464957e7c2e9344f7.pdf

Lange-Berndt, P., 2015. Materiality. London: Whitechapel Gallery.

Leona, M. (2009). The Materiality of Art: Scientific Research in Art History and Art Conservation at the Metropolitan Museum. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, 67(1), new series, 4-11. Available online:

 www.jstor.org/stable/40588561

Miller, D., Meskell, L., Rowlands, M., Myers, F.R., & Engelke, M. (2005). Materiality. Durham: Duke University Press.

De Bolla, P. (2002). Toward the Materiality of Aesthetic Experience. Diacritics, 32(1), 19-37

Holling, H., 2017. Paik's Virtual Archive. Time, Change, And Materiality In Media Art. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Berger, C., 2019. Conceptualism And Materiality. Leiden: Brill.

Diarmuid Costello (2007) Whatever happened to “embodiment”? the eclipse of materiality in danto's ontology of art, Angelaki, 12:2, 83-94. Available online:

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09697250701755027casa_token=j3BDQ9fVp6sAAAAA%3A7FbmEh83unCds_JG48k-pscK3k4htQuwzDrqda940bEp-gpdu4vgcQGew9C2__jfJw-0d4_ufn0

 
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