For the space of Ana Mas Projects Milena Rossignoli presents Tendø, an individual exhibition composed of works made in-situ, which continues the thread of thought of the artist's latest projects. Tendø could be understood as stretching or extending, its origin in Latin would be “to try”, accompanied by the symbol ø that in mathematics would refer to “the void”. The project follows the architecture of the gallery and tries to define its composition of spaces in moments of a single process, a process that could resemble the measurement of emptiness and air pressure on objects, the force of gravity generating tensions with which she plays and at the same time converses.
Born in Ecuador (1990), Milena Rossignoli is raised in Italy where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and her Masters in Research and Design for Visual Arts in the same faculty. Since 2012 he has exhibited his work between Spain and Italy, receiving numerous awards, among which the Bilbao Arte (2019), the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (2017), the Premi d'art contemporani Fundació Privada Reddis, Tarragona ( 2016), Call 2014, Galeria Luis Adelantado, Valencia, Spain (2014). Her work is part of private collections in Italy and Mexico.