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Rebecca Moccia:

The Loners

From 20 March to 10 May 2024

CRIPTA747

CRIPTA747

Via Catania, 15/F, Turin

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Cripta747 is pleased to present The Loners, a solo exhibition by Rebecca Moccia curated by Elena Bray and Iacopo Prinetti.

The exhibition presents itself as the new chapter of a broader research that has led the artist to investigate loneliness, as it is perceived and experienced today, and the political form that this takes within neoliberal society.


If in previous exhibition experiences the artist has put the policy of solitude at the center with its alienating bureaucratic mechanisms, in The Loners he looks - in the year with the most elections in history - at our direct relationship with the institutions and their inability to listen , represent and involve one's own citizens and wider communities. This reflection - which on the occasion of the exhibition takes shape starting from formal and archival work around electoral architectures - tells of a more markedly political contemporary solitude, distant from government decision-making processes, reduced to a solitary vote in the voting booth, the only gesture of participation as atrophic as it is distant from collective forms of mobilization.

In addition to the sculptural elements, an audio track accompanies the viewing of the exhibition. Broadcast within the exhibition space through loudspeakers, it is composed by combining alienating audio samples with an icy voice-over that retraces the artist's investigation into the theme of Solitude. The sound material was collected and processed for the occasion in Ministry of Loneliness Theme, a vinyl by Renato Grieco and Rebecca Moccia produced and presented by Paint It Black.

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