LSI X LACUNA "I wouldn't see anything at all, but then I'd see it in joyful fragments"
8 Nov 2019 – 11 Nov 2019 London
In LSI Matete Martini explores the fragility of individualism thinking of new, queer possibilities where “We can do lots of things”. Diverse mediums (painting, sound and video) are squeezed together to mock consumerist constructs and the art occupation as personal fulfilment. Matete Martini’s paintings are saturated with associations to Italian futurism and pittura metafisica, carry criticism towards toxic masculinity and have strong references to queer culture. Dance and movement are central to this body of work, from the early stages of her research phase to the execution. M.V.Biondo