A video installation by the young artist from Puglia Sarah Ciracì on display, starting 22 May, at the Macro, the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome.
Sarah Ciracì (born in Grottaglie, Puglia, in 1972) is one of the promising young talents of Italian art. In 2003 she was one of the four finalists for the Querini Stampalia Prize. In 2004 she won the New York Prize. Her poetic imagery is based on science fiction and dreamlike visions from the landscapes of her homeland, interpreted through digital photographs, slide projections and video. At the Macro, from 22 May to 29 August, Sarah Ciracì presents a video installation composed of 12 synchronized visual elements to achieve a spectacular, dramatic effect.