The DREAMERS Exhibition- Claudia Arch. Mantelli FinAosta Gallery

The Dreamers Locandina
Details.From February 28th to March 15th 2020
Due to Covid 19 The Exhibition has turned into an Exhibition, thanks to the large windows from 9 March to 6 May 2020.

Organizer, Art Curator, Art Director
Claudia Mantelli Art Curator


ARTISTS
Cesare Catania; Carlo Alfano; Daria Covolo; Delia Saba:
Ezio Bordet; Gabriele Coccia; Giampiero Poggiali Berlinghieri;
Isabella Paglino; Maria-Sofia Grigolin; Mauro Molinari;
Oleg Osipoff; Ondina Pozoco (Ondina Bomfim Da Silva);
Paul Yves Poumay; Teresa Claudia Pallotta; Walter Passarella.
 
“Claudia Martelli Art Curator” for some years has been facing the study of Art in relation to the Psyche. In particular we want to deepen:
1. the dynamics between Consciousness, Subconscious and Unconscious that are part of the dreamlike world of the Artist.
2. Relations with dreams which are an inexhaustible source of the artistic imagination, because it is believed that it is possible to read
the unconscious through very few techniques, namely hypnosis and art.
On the basis of these considerations, it can be imagined that every Artist who works with Music, Voice, Animation, Cinema, Fine Arts and other creative paths starts from a draft which, after having metabolized the innermost thoughts, perfects his thought for turn it into a work of art.
Let’s take an example: a Painter starts with a preliminary sketch, absolutely aware, to materially fix his drive to want to create a work.
In reality, while the artist, immersed in his fascinating dreamlike dream, modifies the first thought (the sketch) letting himself be guided by an inner force that forces him to change forms, colors and light.
It is a phenomenon that tends to structure the Art Work that the artist has unconsciously clear in his mind.
We can say that it is a procedure that takes place (for example) thanks to the mental dynamics that develop during a “night dream” or in the classic “daydream”, phenomena that are also very widespread in the minds of creative, visionary people and eclectic.
Salvator Dalì used to exercise his “genius”, sitting on a rocking chair with a large iron key in his hand, in correspondence with a large iron plate.
Think of the “Rem Phase”, which is repeated several times during the complete sleep phases. In this moment of sleep the “Individual” (intended as sentient “Animal”) is not yet in deep sleep: in fact, he rolls his eyes, speaks and is in that phase (called “light sleep”) which represents the moment most creative of the day.
Dali, as we said, knew it very well! In fact, when he fell asleep and the aforementioned key fell on his plate, he woke up, suddenly, thanks to the deafening noise ..
He practically experienced the peak of his creativity and painted his “masterpieces” that we know well.
Here then the Dream, which takes place right in the Rem phase, becomes important, and we would say basic for the Artist and therefore for the Art itself, which benefits from these dynamics.
The Art Work is created thanks to the creative force, far superior to the vital force that animates all the people we consider normal.
It is therefore a potential response to the link between Dream and Art:
The Dream represents the Unconscious of the Artist: the preface of the Artwork.
Obviously the positive results are innumerable: brilliant and brilliant for the Artists who manage to tame dreams.
These are the basic considerations on which you want to move the project to develop the exhibition “The Dreamers”.
Claudia Mantelli Art Curator.
 
Italian Language
“Claudia Martelli Art Curator” da alcuni anni sta affrontando lo studio dell’Arte in relazione alla Psiche. In particolare si vogliono approfondire:
1. le dinamiche tra Coscienza, Subconscio e Inconscio che fanno parte del mondo onirico dell’Artista.
2. Le relazioni con i sogni che sono una fonte inesauribile dell’immaginario artistico, perché si ritiene che sia possibile leggere
l’inconscio attraverso pochissime tecniche, ovvero Ipnosi e Arte.
Sulla base di queste considerazioni, si può immaginare che ogni Artista che lavora con Musica, Voce, Animazione, Cinema, Belle Arti ed altri percorsi creativi inizi da una bozza che in seguito, dopo avere metabolizzato i pensieri più reconditi, perfeziona il suo pensiero per trasformarlo in un’opera d’arte.
Facciamo un esempio: un Pittore inizia con uno schizzo preliminare, assolutamente consapevole, per fissare materialmente la sua spinta di voler creare un’opera.
In realtà, mentre l’artista, immerso nel suo affascinante sogno onirico, modifica il primo pensiero (il bozzetto) lasciandosi guidare da una forza interiore che lo costringe a modificare forme, colori e luce.
Si tratta di un fenomeno che tende a strutturare l’Opera d’Arte che l’artista ha inconsciamente chiaro nella sua mente.
Possiamo affermare che si tratta di un procedimento che si realizza (per esempio) grazie alle dinamiche mentali che si sviluppano durante un “sogno notturno” o nel classico ”sogno ad occhi aperti”, fenomeni anche questi molto diffusi nella mente delle persone creative, visionarie ed eclettiche.
Salvator Dalì soleva esercitare il proprio “genio”, sedendosi su una sedia a dondolo con in mano una grande chiave in ferro, in corrispondenza di un grande piatto di ferro.
Pensiamo alla “Fase Rem”, che si ripete più volte durante le fasi complete del sonno. In questo momento del sonno l’ “Individuo” (inteso come “ Animale” senziente) non è ancora nel sonno profondo: infatti, rotea gli occhi, parla e si trova in quella fase (detta di “sonno leggero”) che rappresenta il momento più creativo della giornata.
Dalì, come dicevamo, lo sapeva molto bene! Infatti quando si addormentava e la citata chiave cadeva nel piatto, si svegliava, improvvisamente, grazie al rumore assordante..
Praticamente sperimentava il culmine della sua Creatività e dipingeva i suoi “Capolavori” che ben conosciamo.
Ecco allora che il Sogno , che avviene proprio nella fase Rem, diventa importante, e diremmo basilare per l’Artista e quindi per l’Arte stessa, che fruisce di queste dinamiche.
L’Opera d’Arte è realizzata grazie alla forza creativa, ben superiore alla forza vitale che anima tutte le persone che consideriamo normali.
Si tratta, quindi, di una potenziale risposta al legame tra Sogno e Arte:
Il Sogno rappresenta l’Inconscio dell’Artista: il prebozzetto dell’Opera d’Arte.
Ovviamente i risultati positivi sono innumerevoli: brillanti e geniali per gli Artisti che riescono ad addomesticare i sogni.
Sono queste le considerazioni di base sulle quali si vuole muovere il progetto per sviluppare la mostra “The Dreamers”.
Claudia Mantelli Art Curator
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“Claudia Martelli Art Curator” for some years has been facing the study of Art in relation to the Psyche. In particular we want to deepen:
1. the dynamics between Consciousness, Subconscious and Unconscious that are part of the dreamlike world of the Artist.
2. Relations with dreams which are an inexhaustible source of the artistic imagination, because it is believed that it is possible to read
the unconscious through very few techniques, namely hypnosis and art.
On the basis of these considerations, it can be imagined that every Artist who works with Music, Voice, Animation, Cinema, Fine Arts and other creative paths starts from a draft which, after having metabolized the innermost thoughts, perfects his thought for turn it into a work of art.
Let’s take an example: a Painter starts with a preliminary sketch, absolutely aware, to materially fix his drive to want to create a work.
In reality, while the artist, immersed in his fascinating dreamlike dream, modifies the first thought (the sketch) letting himself be guided by an inner force that forces him to change forms, colors and light.
It is a phenomenon that tends to structure the Art Work that the artist has unconsciously clear in his mind.
We can say that it is a procedure that takes place (for example) thanks to the mental dynamics that develop during a “night dream” or in the classic “daydream”, phenomena that are also very widespread in the minds of creative, visionary people and eclectic.
Salvator Dalì used to exercise his “genius”, sitting on a rocking chair with a large iron key in his hand, in correspondence with a large iron plate.
Think of the “Rem Phase”, which is repeated several times during the complete sleep phases. In this moment of sleep the “Individual” (intended as sentient “Animal”) is not yet in deep sleep: in fact, he rolls his eyes, speaks and is in that phase (called “light sleep”) which represents the moment most creative of the day.
Dali, as we said, knew it very well! In fact, when he fell asleep and the aforementioned key fell on his plate, he woke up, suddenly, thanks to the deafening noise ..
He practically experienced the peak of his creativity and painted his “masterpieces” that we know well.
Here then the Dream, which takes place right in the Rem phase, becomes important, and we would say basic for the Artist and therefore for the Art itself, which benefits from these dynamics.
The Art Work is created thanks to the creative force, far superior to the vital force that animates all the people we consider normal.
It is therefore a potential response to the link between Dream and Art:
The Dream represents the Unconscious of the Artist: the preface of the Artwork.
Obviously the positive results are innumerable: brilliant and brilliant for the Artists who manage to tame dreams.
These are the basic considerations on which you want to move the project to develop the exhibition “The Dreamers”.
Claudia Mantelli Art Curator