A nod to the timeless works of Dante Alighieri, Beatrice tells a tale of audacious love through a multi-sensory installation encompassing photography, fine art, sculpture, mixed media, music, poetry and spoken word. It is a heightened gallery experience that puts the viewer alongside the artist in a battle for identity and self-fulfillment.
Kellems Dominik tells an emotional autobiography on the gallery walls as a multi-layered soundtrack leads you through Beatrice’s rise to freedom. Each image is a contemporary antique, a moment of raw emotion captured with meticulous composition and paired with Dante’s impassioned words.
The centerpiece of the exhibition is Beatrice herself, who stands victorious atop a neo-pop impression of the 9 circles of Hell. The gold and silver-clad sculptural goat takes on the artist’s eyes, which Kellems Dominik says is monumental in conveying to her audience the personal significance of Beatrice. Read more >>