Chiara Dellerba is a visual artist whose work experiments with the potential energy of the human body. Her pieces are often site specific with an interest in the dichotomy between energy/movement and time of reaction/determined space. Dellerba’s practice is an organic open work structure of experimentation using a system of signs and methodologies. Using “Transitional objects” and tools, she investigates the unconscious necessity for the human beings to regenerate their lives, their environment, their relationships, and their way of perceiving a reality in order to be actively part of it.
Her drawings on paper, wall drawings, sculpture and performances are marked by the use of the contrast of fragile and hard materials. Since the 2009 she has been exhibited in many museums and art galleries and her artworks are present in several private art collections : Marilena Bonomo gallery (Bari), Museum of Contemporary Art (Rome), Alessandra Bonomo gallery (Rome), Valentina Bonomo gallery (Rome), Sara Zanin gallery (Rome), Onetwentyeight gallery (New York), Kiyomiyamagishi (Nagano, Japan), New Art Exchange (Nottingham), Surface gallery (Nottingham), Midlands Art Centre (Birmingham).