Elena Della Corna
Elena Della Corna (Vicenza, 1993) is currently attending the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and she is one of the artists in residence at the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation.
Between 2017 and 2018 she studied at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts de la ville de Liège.
Her research is based on the experimentation with the pictorial material: starting from the ancient technique of tempering with glue and questioning its function and components, she comes to produce various types of sticky organic materials, similar to bio-plastics, which she uses in her productions from canvases, boards to three-dimensional pieces.
She conceives series of interchangeable pieces (sort of multiple compositions) in which the elements interact with each other and subsequently with the place. A multiplicity that refers to a starting nucleus: the experimentation around a material that aims to discover its own limit and question itself in every work.
2019, Art Zagreb, Nikola Tesla Technical Museum, Zagreb, Croatia
2019, Binaurale, Casa Capra, Schio, Province of Vicenza, Italy
2019, OpenStudio - Painting and Drawing, Forte Marghera, Parco del Contemporaneo in Venice, Italy
2018, fLUX la lumière et l'espace - le sculpteur et la transdisciplinarté, Maison Sculpture, Liège, Belgium
2018, OpenStudio - Painting and Drawing, Forte Marghera Parco del Contemporaneo in Venice, Italy
2017, Tabula Rasa, Accademia di Belle Arti, Venice, Italy
2016, Drawing International Biennial, National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria