Eva Marisaldi

Massimo De Carlo / ART

Tristan, 2000, is a video game in the form of an animated cartoon depicting typical situations in the everyday life of a young girl, Fede, and a boy, Tristan. These characters are visualized as balls of different colors that cheerfully skip around the monitor. The spectator/player (at De Carlo) navigates through up to ninety staged situations before arriving at one of ten possible conclusions.

Lieto fine (Happy ending), 2000, at the Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto (MART), is an installation made up of 120 small cushions arranged in orderly rows on the floor. They are embroidered with the images of the ten final frames of twelve films chosen by the artist, among them Zabriskie Point, Midnight Cowboy, and Doña Flor and Her Two Husbands. The regular geometric scheme that organizes the arrangement of the narrative sequences revealed by the cushions can be followed

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