Brazilian Melissa, known for her shiny plastic shoes, collaborated with a duo of Italian female artists to celebrate the presence of women in art through interactive and sensorial works set in the heart of Brera Design District during this year Milan Design Week.
In ‘Tears’, Chiara Dynys brought giant frame drops that overlap with a video projection of dripping tears that glide onto the floor and across the feet of spectators. The wall overlaying by a colorful rain motion, the room seems to be alive with breathing, sweating and crying.
Francesca Pasquali invades the space with ‘AranhaBolaColoridas’ and just like Melissa does, Pasquali reused plastic for her huge chromatic Spiderballs web, made of bushy pompoms. This vibrant symbol of exchange and connection between identities, technology, plastic and organic materials, invites visitors to touch, climb, play and rest on.