Andrea Galvani, based between New York and Mexico City, is internationally recognised for his complex interdisciplinary practice that challenges and enchants the public. He has evolved a body of action-based work that ranges from photography, video, drawing, sculpture, sound, architectural installation, and performance—merging frames of reference from phenomenology to science and socio-politics. The artist talks with Maria Abramenko about his practice, research and his latest solo show at the Mattatoio in Rome.
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