Céline Condorelli plays with art’s boundaries and formats while looking at relationships, structures and mechanisms which often go unnoticed. She seeks to embed her work in spaces of the world rather than gallery spaces, resulting in projects which merge visual arts and architecture with politics, fiction and public space. Find out more about her work by watching this episode of #CreativeHeads.
Céline Condorelli lives and works in London and Milan. She initially studied architecture but never had the intention to build buildings; she rather uses architecture as a part of her artistic practice. One of her interests lies in the role and nature of what she calls ‘support’ - from supporting the work of others, to supporting forms of political imagery, to existing and fictional realities, alongside broader enquiries into forms of commonality and discursive sites. In this short documentary, Condorelli speaks about how she designed ‘Tools for Imagination’, a playground she created over several months with children and residents of Elmington Estate where the playground is situated.