Edoardo Tresoldi is an Italian sculptor. He makes near-transparent sculptures using wire mesh, and often positions them in public places. Using his signature wire mesh material, Tresoldi has sculpts landscapes of monumental architectural objects that engage with natural elements. Classical typologies — like colossal columns and dramatic domes — interact with modernist geometries, blending two worlds that exist in both harmony and contrast.
Italian sculptor and designer Edoardo Tresoldi meticulously molds wire mesh into figurative sculptures of humans and animals. Tresoldi turns the woven, transparent material into larger than life three-dimensional figures. Memories and moments are recreated, like referencing a photograph, and the role of the human body in space is examined.
Curated by Rom Levy and Charlotte Dutoit, ‘ANIMAL’ aims to explore “the conflict between our innate animal instincts and our present lives, which are coated with the dependence of technology and our fear for the unknown.” -RR
“The biggest part of my work [is to] try to reflect our dramatic nature. I use the universal body-language to show the issues of the human condition.” – Borondo
With this in mind, the artist will present eight thematic spaces that include video installations and painting animations in collaboration with Carmen Maín (Spain), and sculpture installations, created together with Edoardo Tresoldi (Italy) and Despina Charitonidi (Germany). A limited edition signed screen-print entitled “Fake Paradise” will be released during the opening night.
Some work in progress photos from the artist studio: