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Join us for an evening of celebration and reflection at Pi Artworks this Friday, where a data-driven vocal performance and an artist-led tour will bring together the themes of Fabio Lattanzi Antinori’s current solo exhibition.
Opera singer Luciana Di Bella (soprano) will be responding to Antinori's artwork , interrogating the relationship between consumerism and happiness, in turn prompting our own consideration of whether 'happiness' as a construct can ever truly exist.
Combining technology, philosophy, vocal and visual art, Pursuit of a Happy Person creates poetry from the structures that shape our everyday lives – drawing attention to the role of ungoverned data collection and marketing within consumer capitalism, but also the potential for art and beauty within these spheres – as emphasised by Antinori’s work.
Performance begins 7:30 sharp, drinks and the exhibition will be open from 7pm.
Pi Artworks London, 55 Eastcastle Street, W1W 8EG.
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