Mythologia Libre will be free and open to the public. Amongst spontaneous moments of performance and art, Dalceggio will found a School of the Flower where small groups of young art students are invited to learn, communicate and experiment through the shared experience of the artist’s practice. Dalceggio will guide visitors through vision manifestation, the fundamentals of mythological existence, and the rejection of commercial art boundaries.. The true mission of the installation is to bring primordial resonance to contemporary culture, a phenomenon that, though verbalized differently according to demographic, is a unique but universal experience.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Carlito Dalceggio’s philosophy and work weaves mythology, upheaval, and the flux of art and life with focused intention as he strives with every action through his practice to merge these concepts. Creating a “mythology of now”, Dalceggio orchestrates public murals, sculptures, painted temples and other totems steeped in ritual informed by birth and death celebrations such as Dia de los Muertos in Mexico and the whirling dervishes of Turkey, as well as the unconventional innovators and radicals of beat poetry and jazz musicians. His ultimate quest through these social experiences is to create a borderless reality where art becomes a shamanic means of expressing freedom through universal, spiritual communion.