Testo critico di Jacqueline Ceresoli
54th Venice Biennale, Padiglione Italia/Tese delle Vergini all'Arsenale.
Chosen by Bernardo Bertolucci to present her latest works at the Italian Pavilion, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi.
Video interview 54th Venice Biennale. www.ultrafragola.tv/it/03280/3177/page.html
Bonhams, A Contemporary Edge, London
MIA Photo Fair
Photonic truth Amy-d Arte Spazio, Milano
The Jeweled Net: Views of Contemporary Holography. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. USA http://blogs.plos.org/mitsciwrite/2012/09/17/the-prismatic-typewriter/
ISDH.International Symposium of Display Holography http://isdh2012.media.mit.edu/
MART Museum ,“Poesia Visiva” La donazione Bentivoglio. Curated by Daniela Ferrari. Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, Italy.
Nopx|artbook . International contest of Artist Book
Documents 06. ArtMbassy/Berlin, text by Jonathan Dronsfield. Berlin
"Premium Sinestesie", Aquila. Italy
"One Minute Tree", curated by Elisa Resegotti, Pianamola.Italy
"20 Libristi", curated by Mirella Bentivoglio, Galleria Cortese & Lisanti, Roma.
“Libro Ambiente” curated by "Archivio Internazionale del Libro d’Artista", Roma.
“Kunst-wert InSaldi di Valore Infinito”,Galleria ArtMbassy, Berlin.
“SPQR” by Pino Casagrande e Chiara Marzi, ArtMbassy, Berlin.
"Quasi Pagine", curated by Paolo Tesi, Biblioteca San Giorgio, Italy.
"OutArt", curated by Eleonora Sgaravatti, Villa dei Quintili, Rome.
Contact: Modì /Tass. Curated by Enrica Torelli Landini. Palazzo Taverna, Roma
“La caduta degli dei” curated by Enrica Torelli Landini, Galleria ArtMbassy Berlino- LAR, Roma.
2012 Center for the Holographic Arts of New York.
2013 Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM).
2013. MIT MUSEUM, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. USA
2011. MART MUSEUM, Rovereto, “Hyperbook Boundary”. Italy
2007. Biblioteca Comunale San Giorgio ,”Libro Ambiente”. Italy.
RAI TRE , ARTNEWS, Dora Tass The Making of.
RAI UNO 30 min. “Tracce d’arte” Magazzini Einstein.
1979 Xylem Gallery Houston, TX
1980 Arron Faber Gallery New York, NY
1982 Nemesis Gallery New York, NY
1984 Kate Clarke Gallery Louisville, KY
1994 Museum Fur Holographie Pulheim, Germany
1995 At the speed of Light Fresno, CA
1996 Eldolon Gallery Santa Fe, NM
1999 Alexandre Gallery Boca Raton, Fl
1999 Del Mano Gallery Santa Monica, Ca
1999 Mostly Glass Gallery Englewood, NJ
2000 Center for contemporary Art Santa Fe, NM
2004 Guadalupe Gallery Santa FE, NM
2008 Santa Fe Complex Santa Fe, NM
2009 Hulse Warman Gallery Taos, NM
2009 Art Santa Fe Santa Fe, NM
2010 Zane Bennet Fine Art Santa fe, NM
2011 J. Willott Gallery Palm Desert, CA
New Mexico Museum of Fine Art Santa fe, NM
2012 MIT museum Cambridge, Ma
2013 Gallery Sonja Roesch Houston, TX
2013 Cloud 5 Santa fe, NM
2013 Midland Center for the Arts Midland, Mi
2016 Photonic Truth, Amy-d Arte Spazio, Milano
2016 MIA Photo Fair, Milano.
1999 Philabaum Glass Gallery Tucson, AZ
Houston Center for contemporary crafts, Houston, TX
2003 Kittrell Riffkind Gallery Dallas, TX
2010 Hulse Warman Gallery Taos, NM
2012 Hulse Warman Gallery Taos, NM
2013 Axel Contemporary Santa fe, NM
2013 Hulse Warman gallery Taos, NM
Exterior installation Paso Robles, CA
2013 Fantase – Creative Santa fe Santa fe, NM
Museum of holography New York, NY
MIT Museum Cambridge, MA
Corning Museum of Glass Corning, NY
Butler Institute of American Art Youngstown, OH
1994 Shearwater Foundation Fort Lauderdale, FL
2010 Charles Strong Foundation Taos, NM
Dora Tass si laurea in Antropologia Culturale presso la Sapienza di Roma, in seguito si iscrive all’ Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma frequentando il corso di pittura poi dedicarsi da autodidatta alla lavorazione artistica di metalli. Dal 2006 si interessa al medium dell’olografia ed inizia un percorso di ricerca artistica in solitario. Nel 2012 viene invitata a partecipare all’ International Symposium Display Holography presso il MIT.lab, come unica rappresentante italiana. In tale occasione viene a contatto con tutta la community internazionale olografica, ed inizia a collaborare in particolare con l’artista olografo August Muth nel suo laboratorio “The Light Foundry” a Santa Fe ( New Mexico, USA) dove tuttora svolge la sua attività artistica in duo con il nome Dora August.
Master of Arts degree in HUMANITIES, "La Sapienza" University of Rome (Italy) 1995.
August Muth (b. 1955 in Albuquerque, New Mexico)
For more than 30 years Muth has been an internationally exhibiting artist and a pioneer in the exploration of light through holography. His interest in light began at the age of 16 when he began making large water-filled glass prisms, which he used to refract prismatic light upon his family’s garage door. In 1973 he left Albuquerque to work as a jewelry maker in Aspen, Colorado, where he became captivated by the light of opals and diamonds. Upon returning to Albuquerque the following year, he began his studies in art and physics at the University of New Mexico, and later continued at the University of Houston, and the University of Texas at Austin.
Muth moved to New York City in 1978 to begin walking the path as an artist. In 1980 he began his holographic exploration at The Museum Of Holography in Soho under Fred Unterseher. He relocated to the Telluride, Colorado area in 1985 to build his first holographic studio, and spent the next 7 years honing his skills in the Denisyuk single-beam holography technique. During this time his interest in the relationship between light, space, and time intensified, requiring a studio expansion. In 1994 his studio was reimagined and constructed in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
In Santa Fe the desire to produce larger holograms became a priority, and for the next several years he spent thousands of hours developing techniques in this quest. Trial and failure became a large part of his practice since large-scale single-beam holograms had never been produced by anyone previously. After a pivotal insight which resulted in the discarding and total metamorphosis of previously learned processes, he was able to create holograms in a greater scale. Muth continues to produce works exploring the light-space-time continuum in his Santa fe, New Mexico studio.
Light is the faithful archivist of time.
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