Redaelli’s practice focuses on process-led projects that acquire meaning when brought to the public, seeking expanded areas for artistic action. She moves along the fluid edge of Art, craft, social practices and relational aesthetics. Artistic research and production methods are complementary and translate into public art, environmental and site-responsive projects involving extended time, manual labour, craft techniques, and organic processes. She explores the matter, its transformation, generation and decay, involving different levels of control and challenging the boundaries of authorship and active intervention. Sometimes, the material takes the lead; other times, the participants or the environment does. The result is a fluid process of transformations, improvisation and exchange: a fertile ground for the interplay of different species, animate and inanimate beings. She considers making as an interrogative process within a new environment, and the material is a carrier of meaning. She values, researches and utilises ancient practices: hand-weaving, knitting, crocheting, felting, embroidery and paper-making. She cares about environmental sustainability, researching and promoting the use of natural, recycled, and local materials; in the last few years, she’s been experimenting with the interaction of the natural environment on biodegradable sculptures towards a circular artwork idea. Redaelli holds an MA in Fine Arts from UCA in London and an MA in Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts, Rome. Since 2013, she’s been developing her practice through art residencies, site-specific projects, and symposiums worldwide.
Forms of art: visual 3D
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