Giuseppe Licari
 

the promised land

 
 

The Promised Land

Centre d'Art Nei Liicht, Dudelange, Luxembourg, 2018.
Exhibition with photographs, installations and sculptures.

The exhibition The Promised Land takes its title from the homonym photographic series, depicting the slag process of the steel industry, as the genesis of a new world. The exhibition consists of different works addressing the socio-political, economical, anthropogeological and environmental aspects that constitutes the creation of contemporary soil.

Curated by Sofia Eliza Bouratsis and Danielle Igniti. Photos by Cristian Mozar.

 
 

the promised landThe Promised Land, 2016-2018
C-print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper on aluminium dibond
40 x 60 cm | Framed: 43 x 63 cm |1 of 3 + 1 AP

 
 

the pormised landSchlak Room, 2018
Slag, plastic foil. Variable dimensions.

 
 

the promised landThe Promised Land, 2016-2018
C-print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper on aluminium dibond
40 x 60 cm | Framed: 43 x 63 cm |1 of 3 + 1 AP
180 x 120 cm | Framed: 184 x 124 cm |1 of 3 + 1 AP

 
 

the promised landThe Promised Land, 2016-2018
C-print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper on aluminium dibond
60 x 90 cm | Framed: 63 x 93 cm |1 of 3 + 1 AP

 
 

the promised landSocial Cores, 2018
Urethane glue and soils
13 cylinders with a diameter of 7,5 cm and height from 18,5 cm to 67 cm. Unique piece

 
 

the promised landHorizon, 2017
Silkscreen on textile| 1350 x 10 cm
«In spite of various attempts by the Presidency to present compromise proposals in order to meet delegations’ concerns, it was not possible to attain the qualified majority needed to reach political agreement on a draft directive establishing a framework for the protection of soil».
Press Release, 2842nd Council meeting ENVIRONMENT (Brussels, 20 December 2007)

 
 

the promised landEchoes of a Dead Rabbit, 2016 – 2018
Slides projection, 80 identical slides, projector.

 
 

the promised landThe Promised Land, 2016 - 2018
Light box, Kodak Duratrans, aluminium light box. 43 x 63 cm |1 of 3 + 1 AP