One-day exhibit features work by Daniel Rossi and Dymphna de Wild
An innovative art installation, Concatenation, will be hosted in an unlikely site certain to challenge the traditional art-going experience. Virginia-based Italian artist Daniel Rossi and Dutch artist Dymphna de Wild will create site-specific installations in the transformed barn on historic Cobble Hill Farm in Staunton. The barn will be converted into a one-of-a-kind art experience for one day only, Sunday, October 28th from 3-8 p.m.
Concatenation is defined as “a series of events, ideas or things that are connected.” The installation explores the concept of chain reactions and its relevance in our lives. Rossi and de Wild will feature large-scale mobiles; mixed media and illuminated sculptures; abstract paintings; and works on paper. Through an immersive environment, Concatenation presents the infinity of possible scenarios, linked between past, present and future.
The artist-organized installation is an exploratory step in redefining how the public encounters the arts. By constructing an exhibit in an unconventional space, artists explore the possibilities in terms of creative process. In turn, it can be a powerful platform for reaching a broader audience.
Daniel Rossi studied at the International School of Illustration in Rome, Italy. His work has been exhibited in New York, NY, Brooklyn Arts Council, Agora Gallery, 3rd Ward, Brooklyn Public Library; Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King Pubic Library, Capricorno Gallery, Inter-American Development Bank; Guatemala City, Guatemala Italian Cultural Institute; Perugia, Italy, Villa Fidelia di Spello, as well as in Brazil and numerous other international solo- and group- shows. More online at www.rossiprojects.com
Dymphna de Wild received her MFA from James Madison University and earned her BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC. Her work has been exhibited in Soldotna, Alaska, The Gary Freeburg Art Gallery; Harrisonburg, VA, Sawhill Gallery, New Image Gallery, and Darrin-McHone Gallery; Charlottesville, VA, Second Street Gallery; Richmond, VA, Capital One; Staunton, VA, Beverley Street Studio School Gallery; Lynchburg, VA, Academy of Fine Arts, as well as in Spain, the Netherlands, and Belgium. She will participate in a group show at Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY which will open November 17. Dymphna de Wild teaches at James Madison University, at the Governor’s School, and at the Beverley Street Studio School in Staunton, VA. More online at www.dymphdewild.com