my little eve-ny

Eve is a New York-based character with a thing for fabric and quotes.

Authentic existence involves the idea that one has to create oneself and then live in accordance with this self (supergirls always wear boots)
Eve’s closet, detail
Pencil, oil, gesso and wax on paper
2014
Getting ready for my solo show in Milan…

Eve’s closet, detail
Pencil, oil, gesso and wax on paper
2014
Getting ready for my solo show in Milan…

“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
(F.N.)

Eve dances 2014- pencils, oil, gesso and wax on paper- cm. 28x38

“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”

(F.N.)

Eve dances 2014- pencils, oil, gesso and wax on paper- cm. 28x38

S o u n d t r a c k

Artist statement:

“I use different medias because of necessity and the urge that pervade
both my work and the contemporary art field in general. I need to
narrate and to put several layers into my work. Needless to say,
there’s something more to that: I feel desire, curiosity, surprise by
watching the same message displayed through different languages. I
think of them as though they were passageways, transformations that
are already part of a story, which we can’t stop.

Somebody had to tell Eve’s story by using music, a language I can’t
speak. We needed a soundtrack.

So, I wrote to an amazing French musician, Lionel Laquerrière
to ask him if Eve’s fears, desires, and illusions could be turned into
music. I was aware of his stunning talent, but what I listened to was
far beyond expectations. The tracks he composed specifically for Eve
are mesmerizing”.

- Beatrice Scaccia

Lionel Laquerrière is a Yann Tiersen band member who’s currently also involved in several projects: Nestorisbianca, IoLogic, Elektronische Staubband, Geysir.


Beatrice Scaccia will present the soundtrack composed for Eve during
“Little Gloating Eve” exhibition in Milan (18 September - 31 October
2014, EffeArte gallery). Here two excerpts off it.