Dot Dot Dot became boing boing boing
A group of suspended objects.
Three spheres rolling in the air, they look motionless.
A ball is always still in between the fall and the bounce.
Throwing a Ball…will many people come?
I am looking
You are looking
Gaze on me
My head is upside down
My back lies on a Pilates balloon
This position will affect my thinking
Your hands move like lilies
Instinctive feelings are written on a wall in black spray
Thinking they will last forever but they go, like in a Lana del Rey song.
“I’m driving fast, flash, everyone knows it”
Performance in collaboration with Yanou Ninja.
Jacopo Miliani (Florence, 1979) lives and works in Milan. He studied Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins in London. His investigation deals with a constant questioning of the role of representational systems inside the cognitive process. A selection of his solo exhibitions and performances includes A slow dance without name, Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon; Fig. 2, ICA, London (2015); Not with a Bang, CAB, Grenoble (2015), Odious Oasis, Studio Dabbeni, Lugano (2015); Gust, Baco Project Space, Bergamo (2014); Easy as… Simple as, Frutta Gallery, Rome (2014); If you can dance you will be my memory, David Roberts Art Foundation, London (2013); Stage Fright, Deutsche Bank Kunst Halle, Berlin (2013); Knowledge is good, Videoteca GAM, Turin (2013); PlayMakesPlay, Frutta Gallery, Rome (2012); Do you believe in mirages?, Ex 3, Florence (2012); Parallel words, irrelevant worlds, Project 38, Lucca (2010): Evet… Evet…, MARS, Milan (2009).
Jacopo Miliani, dot dot dot, 2016
Spray on wall, inkjet print, fitness balls
Dimensions: 185 x 450 x 75cm
Photo credit: Aurélien Mole
Courtesy the artist and La Plage, Paris
22.07 – 09.09.2016
25 blvd Saint Martin
La Plage is co-founded by Valentina Cipullo and Francesca Mangion