South Georgian Quarter

Letizia Lopreiato – How does it make you feel?

The Dean Art Studio

Multilingual Visual Poet and Installation Artist Letizia Lopreiato, shares through this video – art piece titled “How does it make you feel?”, created specifically for Culture Night 22, the results of her two months participative observation in the everyday experience of her inclusive visual poetry installation, at this year’s Photoireland Festival 22 (July 7th – August 28th 2022), held at Dublin Castle – The Printworks.

The work being presented here is being the first of a series of “living installations”, as she Letizia describes her visual poetry art environments, devoted to promote social inclusion in the Visual Arts, by bringing photography from a mainly visual experience centered in the use of sight, to the realm of feelings by exploring the depth of all senses, particularly through touch, performance and her visual poetry soundscapes.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Letizia Lopreiato is a multilingual visual poet and installation artist, she writes and performs her poetry in English, Italian and Spanish. The artist’s work has been published and extensively exhibited internationally. Through the application of 35mm photography, Super 8 moving image, and of her multilingual poetry and spoken word soundscapes, Letizia Lopreiato’s documentary art practice, focuses on fostering engagement thanks to the creation of text, image and sound-based performative installations.
Her multimedia work is devoted to hold space for empathy, as catalyst for a change in conversation about social inclusion, thanks to the development of art environments, which are informed by the artist’s interaction with the audience in her “living installations”.

Genres: Film | Screen | Animation, Visual Arts (Painting, Photography, sculpture, Digital Art, Print, etc)
Age Suitability: 12+
Address: The Dean Arts Studio, Chatham Row, Dublin, Ireland
Locations: South Georgian Quarter
Event Start Time (pm)
6 pm
Event End Time (pm)
10 pm
No Booking Required