“An endless doubt, a constant research is expressed through a hypnotic a-rhythmic gesture in the video. Its activation is also activated by the process of accumulation and by the naked neck portrayed in the diptych of pictures. The multitude of lucky charm’s symbols, from different cultural horizons, evokes the potential of multiculturalism inhabiting each subject, while proposing a contemporary mirror for the visitors in need of protection and inhabited by multiple cultures at the same time.” (A.R.)
Anna Raimondo, born in Naples in 1981, completed a master in Sound Arts at the London College of Communication (University of the Arts London) and is pursuing a doctorate between the School of Fine Arts in Brussels (ARBA) and ULAUniversity on the relationship between listening practices and feminist urban geography. Her artistic work uses voice and listening as platforms for meeting, collaboration and exchange. The material is formalized in actions, performances, photographs, videos and sound installations. She lives and works in Brussels. She has participated in Africa is No Island, a group show at the Museum MACAAL in Marrakech in 2018; Grand Tour d’Italie, a group show at MAMbo – Museo d’Arte Moderna, Bologna and Accademia di Belle Arti, L’Aquila in 2019; And Io dico Io at Galleria Nazionale, Rome, in 2021.