First solo exhibition of Marcelo Moscheta with Gallery Nosco in our Sablon’ space during ArtBrussels called ‘Mise en Abyme’
Marcelo Moscheta challenges our perception and questions our relationship with nature through various media such as installation, sculpture, drawing and collage. Anchored in a conceptual approach, the artist is inspired by the remote places he surveys and addresses the issue of displacement, territory and memory. He collects elements and images on site and re-appropriates this material through drawing, photography and creation of installations.
Mise en abyme’ echoes the Renaissance process of representing a work within a work, and Marcelo Moscheta plays with the codes of representation by offering us a total work which is declined on several dimensions. Mirroring the reality of the environment that surrounds us, the artist like an archaeologist, leads us to rethink the landscapes, familiar or not, and the memories that persist.