Ariel Trettel was born in Fiè allo Sciliar (Italy) on the 11th of August 1992. He is a musician and artist.
His artistic activity started at the age of 12 when he founded his first music band project.
Later he was one of the founder of Shanti Powa Orchestra, touring with his music all around Europe.
Beside his music career he evolved his passion for art.
He attended the wood carving school of Val Gardena (Italy).
In 2018 he started working as the assistant of the artistic Studio C&C of Mariagrazia Abbaldo and Paolo Albertelli in Torino.
Right now Ariel attends the Marble Stone carving school of Lasa ( Italy).
He works and lives between Lasa , Torino and Zurich.
His music still influences his art.
This work was created in Lasa (IT) during lockdown, it is the result of a continuous search for aesthetic asceticism in art as a reflection of life.
It is a meditation on the essence of being and the necessity of art through the metaphor of daily bread.
Art is not a delicacy for a few, it is daily bread for everyone.
Täglich Brot / Pane Quotidiano / Daily Bread is made from a wood structure, called a Brothurte, used by the Farmers and Bakers of Vinschgau to store their iconic paarl Bread. In this piece, shards of Lasa marble are placed instead of the typical bread.
Wood and Marble, like South -Tirolian traditions of old, are the roots and essence of my Heimat.
Täglich Brot / Pane Quotidiano / Daily Bread is an expression of this essence, in a period lead by an excesses of the superfluous and of loss of orientation.
In the context of this period of isolation, the artwork acknowledges and praises what is important for us.
Täglich Brot / Pane Quotidiano / Daily Bread is the representation of the missing art as nourishment and its necessity.
Information about the artist
|Fiè allo Sciliar / Völs am Schlern (South-Tyrol)
Information about the artwork
|State / location
|Place of location
|Studio Ariel Trettel - Base of Val Venosta / Vinschgau
|170x130x35 cm / different sizes
|Material / technique
|Assemblage of a lattice-shaped wooden drying bread rack and broken marble LASA pieces
|LASA Bianco Classico®
LASA Bianco Nuvolato®
LASA Bianco Ortles®
LASA Bianco Perla®
|© Daniel Costa and Stefano Miglioranza@Base of Val Venosta / Vinschgau