Pablo Accinelli’s work manipulates and subverts familiar objects to reveal latent uses and functions, often featuring measuring tools, modular typographies, publications and items associated with labour or a lack of. The objects also function as references to specific environments and co-exist to form a unifying landscape that is invisible, yet present. These synthesized places can be inhabited physically and mentally, and hint at a time after work, of waiting, leisure and ways to expand time.
During his residency at Gasworks, Pablo plans to take inspiration from the spatial organisation of work environments that were created specifically in the UK during the Industrial Revolution and their representation in the art and literature of the time, both figuratively and metaphorically.
Pablo Accinelli lives and works in Buenos Aires. Recent exhibitions include; Nubes De Paso, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, Malba; Lontano, Museo Iberé Camargo, Porto Alegre (both 2018); Cae La Tarde, Luisa Strina Gallery, São Paulo; Glory Hole, Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo; Por Aqui Tudo È Novo, Instituto Inhotim, Minas Gerais; and Técnicas Pasivas, Gregor Podnar Gallery, Berlin (all 2016). Pablo was an Associate Professor at Universidad Di Tella in 2009 and 2011.