Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea organizes and presents one of the first solo exhibition dedicated to the Swiss artist Claudia Comte (Grancy, 1983) held in a public museum.
Starting from the observation of nature and its changing patterns, the artist creates large-scale environmental installations that embody the world from the perspective of a form of consciousness primarily shaped through the digital experience. Examining current issues such as climate change, ecology and global pollution, her work also narrates the memory of materials and the wisdom of art of craft. These large installations represent the main group of Comte’s works, but her work also includes sculpture and painting, as well as extensive multimedia installations.
On the occasion of her exhibition at Castello di Rivoli, Comte will carry out a gigantic mural intervention consisting of eleven individual murals specially designed for the galleries on the third floor of the historic residence.