Marta Colpani is an Italian artist based in the Netherlands. In her work, she researches how time, distance and image, as we perceive them, shape our relationships and redefine our identities.
Colpani graduated from Rietveld Academy in 2014 and received a Mondriaan Fund Stipendium for Depth Development Artistic Practice in 2015.
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS & PERFORMANCES
June 2017, Basel (CH): Live drawing performance, INR Radio
March 2017, Amsterdam (NL): Group exhibition Dante Land, Paleis van Mieris.
August 2016, Amsterdam (NL): "Distance as time, distance as sound, distance as words", Peer Paper Platform.
Januari 2015, Amsterdam (NL): Rosetta Stone Group Exhibition, Paleis van Mieris.
November 2014, Den Haag (NL): Unknown/ The made country, Duo Exhibition Gintare Kerbelyte/ Marta Colpani, Kunstenaarsinitiatief Elders.
RESEARCH AND RESIDENCIES
July 2017, Utrecht (NL). Summerschool program "Art in a Time of Interregnum" at BAK.
November - December 2015, Amsterdam (NL): Education & Art: Integrations Between Education and the Curatorial and Artistic Fields with Juan Canela.
SELECTED WRITINGS AND PUBLICATIONS
April 2017, Amsterdam (NL), Distance: citymap in Peer Paper Magazine Issue 4: Maps.
January 2017, Roma (IT), Exercises in power. On the experimental nature of democracy and art in roots§routes: participation. Anno VII, n°24 (2017).
May 2016, Amsterdam (NL): Distance as time, distance as sound, distance as words featured in Peer Paper Magazine Issue 2.
July 2014, Amsterdam (NL): Elsewhere (book).
March 2014, Amsterdam - Cape Town: PLEASE/ DO NOT/ KILL US, DOGTime Cape Time.
August 2010, Amsterdam (NL): New Media Shaping of Perception and the New Space of the Body (master thesis)
LECTURES AND TALKS
April 2017, Amsterdam (NL), Artist talk at Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum Library.
March 2017, Amsterdam (NL), Guest lecturer Concept Development at Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Art and resistance.
December 2016, Amsterdam (NL), Guest lecturer Critical Urbanism at Hogeschool van Amsterdam.
INTERVIEWS AND REVIEWS
April 2017, Amsterdam (NL), Interview with Xenia Bordukowa Pattberg Home where I can be foreign in Hiraeth.
October 2016, Amsterdam (NL), Collective urban portrait. Review by Nicola Bozzi in Domus Art.