"“Trepante” (Climber), the organic holding a support (or box or stem or even a gate)."
Lygia Clark

 


Work of Lygia Clark is subject of lecture at the Museum of Pampulha


Professor Philip Scovino, School of Fine Arts at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), ministers on wednesday, april 10, at 10am, at the Art Museum of Pampulha, the lecture Lygia Clark, in which will address concepts of the artist, born in Belo Horizonte, since her first experiments in the 1950s until its work involving the body as an object of memory and perception of the world. He will also discuss the artistic aspects, theoretical and conceptual who became media dialogue with the work of Clark.

The activity is organized by Lygia Clark project Portal, which aims to disseminate the work and thought of the artist, with support from the Museum and the UFMG Pampulha, located at Avenida Otacílio Negrão de Lima, 16585.

Professor Scovino is a specialist in the work of Lygia Clark. His dissertation, defended in 2003, the series focuses on Bichos, authored by artist. This is a set of articulated metal sculptures that encourages the participation of the observer, which made ​​Clark one of the pioneers of so-called participatory art.