GIULIA RICCI at Bartha Contemporary
Go see GIULIA RICCI at Bartha Contemporary
Giulia Ricci's finely detailed geometrical works use a variety of processes, hand-made and digital drawing, laser engraving, installation and video.
The patterns are inspired by everyday objects made through repetitive processes such as textiles, tiles and mosaics. Drawing underpins her practice across the various media, Giulia's latest hand drawn pieces are stunning.
I met Giulia through a series of exhibitions I designed for the Government Art Collection at the Whitechapel Gallery. I introduced her to laser engraving and in 2012 collaborated with her to produce a piece for The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. The edition was a sell-out and led to further editions, two of the pieces can be seen in the current exhibition, including Order/Disruption Painting No.2, see below.