Claudia Passeri creates site-specific interventions and contextual pieces that explore human perception as it relates to place. The work takes on social, political and environmental aspects depending on the site and context in which it is placed. Her research has a neo-romantic aspect that seeks, often through the use of irony, to reveal the mechanisms that activate human creative processes and transform the way we see the world.
Claudia Passeri (1976, Esch-sur-Alzette) is an Italian-Luxembourgish artist living and working between Luxembourg and Italy. From 1998 to 2004, she studied scenography at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna, photography at ESA LE 75 in Brussels, and at the IED in Rome. Subsequently, she was a recipient of the Edward Steichen Award (2011) and the Bert Theis bursary (Fonds culturel national, Luxembourg, 2013). Her work has been shown in several exhibitions in Luxembourg, France, Italy and Belgium. In 2019, her project Aedicula was shown at the Chapelle de la Charité as part of the Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles.
- Type Upcoming exhibition
- Artist(s) Claudia Passeri
- Location Floor 02
- Curator(s) Charlotte Masse