Gianluca Codeghini (Milan, 1968) graduated in Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts Brera, followed by attending courses in Electronic Music and Semiotics in Bologna and Milan.
Starting from the first musical and performance projects from the 1980s up to the most recent works, Gianluca Codeghini investigates concepts and processes in which the relationship with and between the public is fundamental, triggering short circuits, tensions and provocations as discreet as they are undisciplined.
As demonstrated throughout his work, Codeghini makes use of disciplinary multiplicities to later involve the idea: videos, installations, paintings, sculptures, artist books, texts, actions, performances, musical and curatorial compositions (Warburghiana, Poe.mi, Laciecamateria, Riscrizioni di mondo) and editorials (laciecamateria edizioni).
Recent exhibitions include two solo shows at Galleria Six, Milan (2019 and 2018), at RCM Galerie, Paris (2016), at Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome (2014) and at the Ettore Archinti Museum, Lodi (2014). In addition, solo and group exhibitions at Viafarini Milano (2017, 2011, 1992), at MArt, Rovereto (2014, 2007, 2005), and at MAN Nuoro (2004).