For the exhibition, A Golden Age: Pulse, Throb, Drift, curated by Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris, Rosana Antolí takes a dive into the aqueous as a state-of-mind. Antolí works with rhythm and flow, with the tides of social choreography, eternal loops and feedback of the body in society.
Antolí’s practice considers repetition, politics and everyday choreographies. Responding to the question ‘What might we come to understand by imagining the world from a fluid point of view?’ posed by author Terry Tempest Williams, the artist presents a body of work unrestrained by form. Sculptural elements commingle with live performance, drawing and video.
A Golden Age draws upon the current and urgent conversations of the state of planetary ecologies. Her work considers the limits and demarcations of bodies in these times.