Rossella Biscotti. Ten Works
“In the works of Rossella Biscotti context, space and chosen places are loaded with meaning, with history and lived experience, symbols and metaphors of processes of transformation, of passing moments. We soon discover how these elements reconnect to a general plan in which the works are in some way interrelated in a terrifyingly unstable whole — instability that makes the work extremely current in the reflection upon our social identity” (from the essay by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi, p.7). The monograph published for the MAXXI museum and featuring texts by Pietromarchi and T.J. Demos, is an anthology of ten of these strikingly coherent yet strikingly diverse works.