Without Words

Entry made on Mar 15, 2018
Without Words

Without Words a solo exhibition of painting and sculpture by Arabella Caccia   Time: Satuday 24 March 2018 at 12:00 – 16 April 2018 Performance: 31st March 2018 at 10:30 Paint By: Arabella Caccia Sound By: Jessica Bailey Place: 20 Huguenot Road, Franschhoek Without words is an exhibition of paintings and sculptures using an alphabet […]

Performance 196 Victoria Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

Entry made on Nov 18, 2017
Performance 196 Victoria Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

Sound and paint 18.11.2017 – Ft. Arabella Caccia and Jessica Bailey. In Arabella Caccia’s studio at 196 Victoria Road, Woodstock, Caccia paints a painting in performance with cellist Jessica Bailey. They spontaneously improvise together. The performance lasted 3 hours and was filmed by Jack Mason.   The painting remained on the wall for a couple […]

Performance Piece Everard Read/Circa, Cape Town

Entry made on Sep 15, 2017
Performance Piece Everard Read/Circa, Cape Town

Performance Piece Everard Read/Circa, Cape Town   As part of the Cubicle Series Exhibition at Everard Read / Circa Arabella Caccia painted a painting in performance with cellist Jessica Bailey. They spontaneously improvised responding to one another.  The performance was recorded on film and after 4 consecutive days, the performance concluded.   The painting remained […]

Into the Light / Circa / Everard Read Cape Town/ 14 -26 August 2017

Entry made on Aug 4, 2017
Into the Light / Circa / Everard Read Cape Town/ 14 -26 August 2017

Into the Light is an exhibition of Arabella’s recent work. It is inspired by an exploration of patterns found in the play of light and dark on natural forms. Her paintings and sculptures use an abstract language of semi-symbolic glyphs discovered in these patterns. The primary principal underpinning her work though is the belief in […]

One of Five Elements

Entry made on May 23, 2017
One of Five Elements

Part of the Everard Read Franschhoek 2017 exhibition, this sculpture is one of the Five Elements (Fire, Air, Water, Earth and Wood). The concept is that they stand together in a circle separated by enough space to walk between them. The sculpture was made from over 70 pieces of bronze, each piece a glyph derived […]