Ryts Monet is a contemporary artist whose main field of practice is installation, assemblage and photography. Monet’s in-depth artistic research centres around issues related to monuments and landscapes in the time of globalism. Often, Monet investigates the theme of light in his works, intended in a natural, as well as a religious and symbolic, point of view. Monet’s varied works are the result of an alteration of pre-existing materials and evocative objects through the use of different media. For Monet, the technique of the artist is a vehicle that alters the meaning of objects is one that reflects the fractures in our time in history. Monet’s lyrical configurations of artworks and installations, with an inevitably pop-art style, are used to evoke critical issues of our time — the continuous need to search for images, myths and identities that, once destroyed, reveal new symbols and generate unusual iconographies of power and consumption. Monet’s thematic approach, for example in the motif of Palm Trees found in an assemblage of products, silently comments on contemporary issues such as the use of Palm Oil in the food industry. Placed installed in relation to his other works, each individual piece of Monet’s takes on a broader significance in a particularly considered, and highly aesthetic, critical artistic practice. Monet lives and works between Vienna and Venice, and graduated from the University IUAV of Venice, in the BA Visual Arts in 2007, and in 2011 he specialised in Visual Communication (MA Program).
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