Interdisciplinary performance. Gharfa by Edoardo Tresoldi / Studio Studio Studio

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Collaborators
Designer Alberonero, musician Max Magaldi, and garden designer Matteo Foschi, the founder of Odd Garden Studio.
Dates
2019
"Diriyah Oasis", designed and curated by
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Edoardo Tresoldi. STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO

Studio Studio Studio is the new interdisciplinary collaboration project founded by Edoardo Tresoldi. It involves constantly rotating musicians, artists, designers, architects, and filmmakers to conceive hybrid cultural projects imagined for unconventional environments. Studio Studio Studio is on a mission to explore the blending between social, cultural, and aesthetic suggestions as a starting point to define an ultracontemporary dimension.

EDOARDO TRESOLDI

Edoardo Tresoldi (Cambiago, 1987) is focused on research and creative artistic sculpture. At the age of 9 years he takes the first lessons of drawing hand of the painter Mario Straforini, after studying design and visual arts at the Art Institute of Monza in Milan. In 2009 he moved to Rome and began working as a scene painter for several film projects. The design becomes a laboratory for analysis. Since 2013 he makes sculptures and works of metal mesh.

Edoardo Tresoldi plays with both the transparency of mesh materials, as well as industrial materials, to transcend time/space and narrate a dialogue between art and its surroundings. His art is a visual synthesis that lies upon dissolving physical limitations. His works are featured worldwide in public spaces, archaeological sites, and contemporary festivals. In 2016, he carried out the restoration of the Basilica di Siponto, a unique convergence between contemporary art and archaeology, and was awarded the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture 2018 - Special Prize to Commission. In 2017, he was honored by Forbes as one of the 30 most influential European artists under 30. In 2018, he created “Etherea” for the Coachella Festival, one of the world’s most anticipated and important music events.

Designer Alberonero

Alberonero. At the age of 15, Italian designer Alberonero began to experiment with graffiti, developing a personal, savage-like, and childlike style of painting. Since 2012, he has been studying the perception of color, whilst getting increasingly interested in the emotional possibilities given off by tonal combinations. Additionally, he is also developing an artistic research on the synthesis of form, based on the concept of minimizing the visual language. He has realized a number of public artworks and painting installations, all while working in natural environments with different forms of media. Alberonero participated in artistic events including the XXI Triennale of Milano, Art Basel Miami, Farm Cultural Park, Altrove Fest, and Big City Life. He has showcased his works worldwide, while also organizing participatory art projects and color workshops.

Max Magaldi

Max Magaldi. As a drummer, Italian musician Max Magaldi has played with Dean Bowman, Hartmut Saam, and Guido Maria Grillo. In the last few years he has begun working with the Urban Art scene, crossing his drums with Ableton and electronics to develop the concept of "acoustic murals", which can be described as site-specific soundscapes for public spaces. In June 2019, he played one of his sound performances during the opening of "Merci", the last installation by Spanish artist Gonzalo Borondo at Temple des Chartrons in Bordeaux, France. In 2019, he also began working with Edoardo Tresoldi by creating the music for the teaser of "Simbiosi", Tresoldi’s installation for the Arte Sella sculpture park in Italy.

Matteo Foschi / Odd Garden

Matteo Foschi / Odd Garden. The Milanese garden designer Matteo Foschi founded the green design studio Odd Garden in 2014. Always passionate about botany and landscaping, he brought the two passions together with his artistic and cultural background, strongly influenced by Urban Art, architecture, and photography. He finally found the right combination: a vision that moves away from the classical concept of gardening, characterized by a specific choice of artistic green elements and their inclusion in installations. In addition to several gardens and terraces in Milan, Matteo designed and realized installations for brands linked to Fashion, Art and Design, including Uniqlo, Jill Sander, Adidas, N21, Macsiotti, and the New York Times. He also collaborated with internationally renowned artists such as Linda Tegg.

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