Published in a bilingual version, the catalogue Nanda Vigo, the inner space brings together archive images, articles and interviews with design specialists and art historians Victoire Brun, Bérengère Bussioz, Justine Despretz, Marco Meneguzzo, Alessandro Padoan, Constance Rubini, Marion Vignal and Rebecca Welkens.
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|Author||Constance Rubini, Victoire Brun, Justine Despretz|
|Publisher||Norma / Musée des Arts décoratifs et du Design de Bordeaux|
|Number of pages||128|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||250 x 212|
|Museum||Musée des Arts décoratifs et du Design de Bordeaux|
Exhibition Catalogue Nanda Vigo, the Inner Space, presented at The Musée des Arts decoratifs et du Design de Bordeaux (July 7, 2022 - Jan. 8, 2023).
Nanda Vigo, the inner space is an exhibition that introduces the work of the artist through immersive installations. Architecture, art and design are approached as total creative fields. The objective is to see, perceive and feel all the dimensions of Nanda Vigo’s artistic creation. More than a chronological presentation of her career, it is an experience that allows the audience to live the unframed dimension of her work.
Nanda Vigo, hard worker and constantly renewer of herself while remaining faithful to her conceptual research, has produced a considerable work. Altough Nanda Vigo has always fought against the categorization of her identity as a woman, an artist, a designer and an architect, she declared that during her career she had to work harder than her colleagues and friends and prevail on them in order to obtain the success she deserved in the predominantly male avant-garde universe.
Thanks to her strong personality and the broad research behind her innovative and aesthetic production, she has earned the respect of the greatest artists, such as Otto Piene, Gio Ponti and Lucio Fontana, with whom she has collaborated on several occasions.
However, despite her remarkable career, and like many other women artists or designers, her work has not yet acquired the recognition it deserves today.
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