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Stephan Zimmerli. Studiolo dell’esilio

curated by Valentina Gensini

Opening on May 16, 2024, at 5:30 PM

 

On Thursday, May 16, 2024, Stephan Zimmerli’s installation, winner of the 2024 artist residency grant, dedicated to the collective memory of migrants, exiles, and travellers, will be inaugurated.

 

Studiolo dell’Esilio is the project that visual artist Stephan Zimmerli developed during his residency at MAD Murate Art District. Dedicated to the collective memory of citizens who arrived in Florence due to migrations, exiles, voluntary or unavoidable transfers, the project gathers the memories that twelve citizens of the world, participants in the project, wanted to share with the artist. These stories, materialized in the artist’s drawings, provide a collection of memories, both material and organic, which are brought together within an ephemeral architecture built in the Laura Orvieto hall of MAD Murate Art District.

 

A wooden scenography R

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Stephan Zimmerli. Studiolo dell’esilio

curated by Valentina Gensini

Opening on May 16, 2024, at 5:30 PM

 

On Thursday, May 16, 2024, Stephan Zimmerli’s installation, winner of the 2024 artist residency grant, dedicated to the collective memory of migrants, exiles, and travellers, will be inaugurated.

 

Studiolo dell’Esilio is the project that visual artist Stephan Zimmerli developed during his residency at MAD Murate Art District. Dedicated to the collective memory of citizens who arrived in Florence due to migrations, exiles, voluntary or unavoidable transfers, the project gathers the memories that twelve citizens of the world, participants in the project, wanted to share with the artist. These stories, materialized in the artist’s drawings, provide a collection of memories, both material and organic, which are brought together within an ephemeral architecture built in the Laura Orvieto hall of MAD Murate Art District.

 

A wooden scenography – analogous to that of a Renaissance study – where ornaments and decorations correspond to the manifestation of an invisible world, a mental space constituted by words and memories, translated into images and revitalized by the artist’s graphic sign.

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