The work of Mitchell Anderson is characterized by multifaceted reactions to found objects, images, situations and their circulation. He recontextualizes the symbols human culture uses knowingly and subconsciously to contain memory and narrative in order to examine their veracity. At CONVERSO Anderson adopts the capabilities and dualities of the history and architecture of the space as the primary content through which his sculptural and video works are informed.

That the spaces were created for indoctrination (the church, the convent) through a form of visual entertainment (the baroque decorations) is at the center of this split exhibition which calls into question conjunctions between innate belief and external logic.

27/06 – 27/07

San Paolo Converso Church

Piazza Sant’Eufemia 3