janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20
 
janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20 janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20
jun 30, 2015

janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20

janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20
all images courtesy of gui gomes

 

 

 

for over five years, artist janaina mello landini of mello+landini has continued the ‘ciclotrama’ series. the rope-based, site specific installations are physical maps displaying an assortment of paths, movements, and fluxes. the social cartography of individual networks show the infinite interconnectedness and interdependence of personal trajectories throughout a system, society, and the world as a whole. the unwoven strands bring about images of plant roots, inner workings of the body and mind, and others. ‘ciclotrama 20 (wave)’ was exhibited at zipper galeria, in são paolo, brazil. 

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exhibition entrance 

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view from outside

janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20
‘ciclotrama 20 (wave)’ 

janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20
the rope is unwoven into hundreds of individual strands 

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rope closeup 

janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20
the work explores the interconnectedness and interdependence of people and society 

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strands 

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the site-specific work was displayed at zipper galeria in brazil 

janaina mello landini explores interconnectedness with ciclotrama 20
‘ciclotrama’ is an ongoing series by the artist 

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each point was placed purposefully within the space 

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ground floor entrance to exhibit 

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom 

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