Danish artist Marco Evaristti is a risk-taker who likes to place himself and the viewer in extremely dangerous real-life situations as part of his artwork. His art calls into question political methods and claims, taking up themes such as territorial power, pollution, possessiveness, and judgments over life and death.
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About the Author
Marco Evaristti, born 1963 in Chile, is a Danish artist., Evaristti gained notoriety for a museum display entitled Helena in 2000 that featured ten functional blenders containing live goldfish. The display, at the Trapholt Art Museum in Kolding, Denmark, invited guests to turn on the blenders.This led to the museum being charged with animal cruelty. Media artist, art theorist and curator Asssistent of Marco Evaristti Born 1961 in Hamm, Germany. Studied history, philosophy and ethnology. Since 2001 curator and since 2004 assistant director at the artmuseum in Odense (Kunsthallen Brandts Klædefabrik), Denmark. Art historian and curator, Denmark