WIELS – Rossella Biscotti

Rossella Biscotti, 168 Sections of a Human Brain, 2009-14. Series of 108 silver gelatin prints on baryth paper, 30 x 40 cm each. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: WIELS. Rossella Biscotti, 168 Sections of a Human Brain, 2009-14. Series of 108 silver gelatin prints on baryth paper, 30 x 40 cm each. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: WIELS.

Until the 17th of August, WIELS Centre for Contemporary Art Brussels shows the exhibition Rossella Biscotti: For the Mnemonist, S. In this first solo exhibition in Belgium, Rossella Biscotti presents five works from the last five years. Combined, they form a spaceous installation inspired on research on ‘history’ and ‘memory’.

Biscotti (1978) was born in Molfetta, Italy. For the past ten years she has lived and worked both in the Netherlands as in areas where she is executing her research. She has had several solo exhibitions in the last years and took part in, amongst other events, Manifesta 9, dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel (2012) and the 55t Venice Biennale (2013).

The Mondriaan Fund financially supported this exhibition with a grant for international presentations.

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