Edoardo Dionea Cicconi is an artist and musician from Rome and based in Florence and Palermo, Italy. Dionea creates music and art off of it, delving also into sculpture, photography and other media. He is a member of the art group DUSKMANN co-founded in 2015. The artistic research of Edoardo Dionea Cicconi is in between symbolism and psychedelia. He represents his universe with the layering, one of the main theme of his works. Departing from an oneiric-symbolist approach, Edoardo Dionea Cicconi investigates the themes of the unconscious, of transformation and of the eternal through a range of media. Photography, painting and sculpture freeze a subjective dimension in time and become the vehicle of a profound, universal message. A succession of scenes which when seen together create an intentionally psychedelic and geometric composition. It is precisely through geometry that the artist undertakes an inner spiritual search which aims to arrive from the unconscious to a higher, more aware level of the self. The element which encloses the various motifs – both the frames of the pictorial-photographic compositions and the glass cabinets – is square in shape, and the composition almost always develops in a circle. Symbolically joining the dream dimension to that of reality, and is furthermore the material best able to filter light (a spiritual symbol par excellence).
2011 “Alchemy“, Giorgio Galotti CO2, Rome, Italy
2015 Layers, Giacomo Guidi Contemporary Art
2015 group show, Museo delle Palme, Palermo
2015 group show, Operativa Arte Contemporanea, Roma
2015 group show “Alchemy Room” with Per Barclay / Jan Van Der Ploeg / Fund Photos in Detroit Giacomo Guidi Contemporary Art, Rome, Italy
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