This necklace by Davide Stucchi is printed on paper. Edition of 5. Davide Stucchi and Susan Cianciolo had conversation during her residency in Milan in 2019. Stucchi had imagined that exchange like a necklace, the beads of which followed on from one another like their questions and answers. The most recurrent words populate the beads.
Davide Stucchi (1988), lives and works in Milan. Davide Stucchi’s artistic research makes use of minimal interventions, often ones of subtraction or alteration, on pre-existing materials. His installations evoke absent bodies that interact with vulnerable objects in the intimacy of spaces sculpted by intimate and private feelings and memories. The comparison with external realities such as fashion, advertising and the domestic environment, in Stucchi’s works, serves as an expedient for the deconstruction of social and gender representations.