Amitai Romm – Macula Lutea

Firenze - 06/12/2019 : 31/01/2020

Mostra personale


  • Luogo: VEDA
  • Indirizzo: Via delle Cascine 35 50144 - Firenze - Toscana
  • Quando: dal 06/12/2019 - al 31/01/2020
  • Vernissage: 06/12/2019 ore 18,30
  • Autori: Amitai Romm
  • Generi: arte contemporanea, personale

Comunicato stampa

VEDA is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Amitai Romm titled, Macula Lutea, on view from December 7, 2019 to January 31, 2020.
Please join us for the opening on Friday December 6, 2019 at 6.30 p.m.

Keeper: A small vacuum pump, attached to the main gallery space window. It keeps a single Citron fruit suspended behind PVC, forming an enclosure with no space or air. The assembly sustains a tension between what is on display and what meets the eye

Disperser: A modified industrial ventilator with blades made of brittle glass, installed in the rear wall between the exhibition space and its back rooms and office.

Analyst: A semi-fictional character, in search of a perfect skin. Immersed in a civilizing ritual to keep the world in check, seeking to eliminate inconsistencies and construct a ground from which to begin and end. Of course it slips, the surface becomes a field, the ground does its dizzying thing.

Amitai Romm (born 1985, Jerusalem) works with sculpture, installation and image production as well as in more organisational and research driven collaborations. Solo exhibitions include: solo presentation with VEDA at Frieze New York, Frame Section (2019), Hibernation, Tranen, Gentofte (2017) and you may cycle the layers without alteration, Kunsthalle Møen44, Askeby (with Jean Marc Routhier) (2016). Group exhibitions include: Mud Muses, Moderna Museet, Stockholm (with Primer)(2019), Bubble Metropolis, Vermillion Sands, Copenhagen (2019), Dorothea Von Stetten Art Award, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn (2018), Let’s See, Where Were We? In the Pit of Despair, de Ateliers, Amsterdam (2017) and Mediated Matter, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (2017).
Romm is also co-founder of Diakron, a studio for transdisciplinary research and practice, and Primer, a platform for artistic and organizational development, located in the headquarter of the global water technology company Aquaporin in Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark.