Frieze OVR Highlights:
Alex Da Corte

London, 07 October 2020
Alex Da Corte, Cavatica's Moon Song (2020). Neon, vinyl siding, laminate, plywood, house paint, velvet, hardware. 182.9 x 182.9 x 11.4 cm. © Alex Da Corte. Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Sadie Coles HQ showed this Alex Da Corte sculpture for Frieze Art Fair's 2020 online viewing rooms.

Informed by Pop Art and Surrealism, Alex Da Corte creates exploratory and fantastical works. Frequently combining video and film, his hypnotic installations often fall in the category of Gesamtkunstwerk or 'total work of art', where different art forms are combined to create a single cohesive work.

Da Corte combines high and low brow American cultural references to explore the psychological complexities, desires and illusions so prevalent in capitalist culture. Cavatica's Moon Song represents a continuation of the artists use of window imagery in his work.

The shape of the hand carved out by spider webs in the open window can be seen as both beckoning and ominous, suggesting the sinister potential of the home.


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