Paola Cassola’s new exhibition in Miami, opens on Saturday April 14, 6 - 10 PM.
DreamLab, designed to operate on both the physical and virtual realms, is an online and offline art project that explores the universal theme of dreams and hopes in response to the increasing violence, environmental threats and political extremism experienced globally today.
During the whole period of the exhibition, Cassola will be engaging the community to gather dreams from individuals to be incorporated in her interactive art installation. These dreams will be handwritten and exhibited according to the artists’ vision. DreamLab is an experience where the participation and involvement of the public is an integral part of the show’s success. Online, you can participate visiting https://dreamlabmiami.wixsite.com/paolacassola. Offline, you are invited to experience the exhibition featuring artworks by the artist and a participatory installation that evolves throughout the opening night and the duration of the show.
Paola Cassola is a Miami-based artist whose work has been shown internationally. Born in Milan, graduate at Goldsmiths College in London she has lived and worked in London, Madrid, Geneva, Santiago de Chile and Rio de Janeiro. Among other places her work has been exhibited at United Nations, Geneva (2003), Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano (2013), Palazzo Radetsky, Milan (2013), Photolux Festival, Lucca (2014), Artigo, Rio de Janeiro (2014), Gam Gallery, Rio de Janeiro (2014), Essenz Gallery, Vienna (2014), Laura Haber Gallery, Buenos Aires, (2014), Escola de Artes Visuais at Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro (2015), Fountainhead Wynwood, Miami (2016), Galleria Ca’D’Oro, Miami (2017), The Gallery at Betsy Hotel, Miami (2017), Palazzo Ca'Dona' at 57 Venice Biennale (2017). In 2007, she became the first artist to travel from London to Ulanbataar (Mongolia), in 30 days, in an old Fiat 500 car. She is currently preparing an exhibition that will open in Palermo, during Manifesta 2018.
DreamLab will be open through April and May at Laundromat Art Space, 5900 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137.
If you wish to visit the exhibition we suggest you book an appointment and contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 303-960-7810 |
During April and May a series of events and workshops on the theme of dreams will be organized at Laundromat Art Space and in other selected locations around town.
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For more infos, on the artist please visit www.paolacassola.com or on DreamLab https://dreamlabmiami.wixsite.com/paolacassola