All of Everything, Erased is a performance during which the artist is led by subtle emotional clues, in an attempt to speak the truth about his specific condition, and the sorrows of the world at large. He will go through many phases of expansion and contraction, while speaking to the void of incommunicability between him and the audience.
Leonardo Pellicanò currently lives and works in Lausanne (Switzerland), where he is enrolled in the Master’s course in Fine Arts at ECAL, after having studied at NABA, Milan. His recent solo shows include Shedding all the dead wood, Fondazione Pini, Milan (2017) and Praise to failure, and all that hasn’t been, Boccanera Gallery, Trento (2015). His work was presented in several group shows, including Transatlantico, Mana Contemporary, New Jersey (2020); Academiae Biennale, Fortezza (Bolzano, 2018); My body can’t hold your gaze, Fondazione Pini, Milan (2018) and Era Pacifica Pare, Careof, Milan (2016). Pellicanò also worked as an assistant to Adrian Paci’s painting course at NABA, and he is now holding his own courses and workshops.