Elia Gasparolo

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Elia Gasparolo. 1978. Mendoza Argentina.

English Translator and Visual Artist. She attends painting workshops since her teens. She attended Graciela Islas’s painting workshop in Neuquén, then in Buenos Aires, Cecilia Ibarguren’s workshop and began her studies at the University of the Arts.

Assistant in the management and production of Joaquín Fargas work (2017-2019). She collaborated in the realization of two robots, Glaciators (2017) for the First Antarctic Biennale, and in the design and realization of the work El Libro Absoluto (2018) presented at the Mariano Moreno National Library (Buenos Aires – Argentina) simultaneously with the Library of Alexandria (Egypt). Together with Fargas they created the work Destellos de la Naturaleza (2018) at Cima Residency, later exhibited at the San Martín Cultural Center (CCSM) within the framework of Noviembre Electrónico 2018. In 2019, she works on the design and realization of Rabdomante, a robot for an expedition through the Atacama Desert exhibited at Maker Faire Rome and Robotika, a robot with Artificial Intelligence exhibited at Ars Electronica (Linz – Austria) and in Noviembre Electrónico 2019 at the CCSM. In the same year she exhibited her drawings and paintings at Spectrum Miami during Miami Art Week.

She carries out the work Connective Tissue. Biotextiles with Memory (2020) a dress and pieces of jewelry made with biomaterials; in the same year she creates the archaeological work El Futuro es Prehistoria (2020) in various locations in the Atacama Desert together with Santiago Rey for SACO Biennial. In the year 2021, she made Possible Landscapes, an ephemeral and site-specific installation in different natural environments in the province of Entre Ríos within the framework of the Materia Residence with Guillermo Vezzosi. In April 2021 she exhibits the performance collaboration Pijama at Praxis Gallery with Mamitek Vibradios and Gaspar Libedinsky. In the same year she exhibits biotextile jewelry from the Connective Tissue series at Praxis and at Jolie Bistro. In October 2021 she exhibits El Futuro es Prehistoria at the Antofagasta Museum in the framework of the SACO 1.0 Biennial (Chile) and the work Connective Tissue at Maker Faire Rome. In 2022 she performs the performance Offerings on the Argentine coast and the province of Mendoza. She exhibits a piece of jewelry made with Malbec biotextile from the Connective Tissue series in the Bodega Vigil collection. She exhibits the mobile, site-specific collaboration with Libedinsky, Intocable (2020) within the framework of Casa Tomada-Gaspar Libedinsky at the MNAD (2022), a retrospective exhibition of Libedinsky’s workshop of which she is the director of production and performed the general coordination of said exhibition. Elia investigates the life cycle of Bombyx Mori and creates the artwork “Tránsitos” exhibited at Parque del Conocimiento in Misiones (2023).

She gives workshops on biomaterials and attends various workshops on mosaicism, photography, carpentry, electronics, 3D modeling, and bioart. She continues in a constant training process. 

 

Elia Gasparolo. 1978. Mendoza Argentina.

English Translator and Visual Artist. She attends painting workshops since her teens. She attended Graciela Islas’s painting workshop in Neuquén, then in Buenos Aires, Cecilia Ibarguren’s workshop and began her studies at the University of the Arts.

Assistant in the management and production of Joaquín Fargas work (2017-2019). She collaborated in the realization of two robots, Glaciators (2017) for the First Antarctic Biennale, and in the design and realization of the work El Libro Absoluto (2018) presented at the Mariano Moreno National Library (Buenos Aires – Argentina) simultaneously with the Library of Alexandria (Egypt). Together with Fargas they created the work Destellos de la Naturaleza (2018) at Cima Residency, later exhibited at the San Martín Cultural Center (CCSM) within the framework of Noviembre Electrónico 2018. In 2019, she works on the design and realization of Rabdomante, a robot for an expedition through the Atacama Desert exhibited at Maker Faire Rome and Robotika, a robot with Artificial Intelligence exhibited at Ars Electronica (Linz – Austria) and in Noviembre Electrónico 2019 at the CCSM. In the same year she exhibited her drawings and paintings at Spectrum Miami during Miami Art Week.

She carries out the work Connective Tissue. Biotextiles with Memory (2020) a dress and pieces of jewelry made with biomaterials; in the same year she creates the archaeological work El Futuro es Prehistoria (2020) in various locations in the Atacama Desert together with Santiago Rey for SACO Biennial. In the year 2021, she made Possible Landscapes, an ephemeral and site-specific installation in different natural environments in the province of Entre Ríos within the framework of the Materia Residence with Guillermo Vezzosi. In April 2021 she exhibits the performance collaboration Pijama at Praxis Gallery with Mamitek Vibradios and Gaspar Libedinsky. In the same year she exhibits biotextile jewelry from the Connective Tissue series at Praxis and at Jolie Bistro. In October 2021 she exhibits El Futuro es Prehistoria at the Antofagasta Museum in the framework of the SACO 1.0 Biennial (Chile) and the work Connective Tissue at Maker Faire Rome. In 2022 she performs the performance Offerings on the Argentine coast and the province of Mendoza. She exhibits a piece of jewelry made with Malbec biotextile from the Connective Tissue series in the Bodega Vigil collection. She exhibits the mobile, site-specific collaboration with Libedinsky, Intocable (2020) within the framework of Casa Tomada-Gaspar Libedinsky at the MNAD (2022), a retrospective exhibition of Libedinsky’s workshop of which she is the director of production and performed the general coordination of said exhibition. Elia investigates the life cycle of Bombyx Mori and creates the artwork “Tránsitos” exhibited at Parque del Conocimiento in Misiones (2023).

She gives workshops on biomaterials and attends various workshops on mosaicism, photography, carpentry, electronics, 3D modeling, and bioart. She continues in a constant training process.

 

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