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STAY WITH ME, Art in turbolent times

Il sito è promosso da Mad – Murate Art District e curato da Associazione Ailae nell’ambito del programma Artegiro Contemporary Art per il Progetto RIVA .

Artisti visivi e sonori presentano opere, eventi e azioni realizzati dall’inizio della pandemia ad oggi.

Il sito Stay With Me. Arte in tempi di turbolenza  è il frutto di un progetto collaborativo ongoing curato da Artegiro per il Progetto RIVA, che vede un gruppo internazionale di artisti, curatori e critici affrontare la sfida di fare arte, curatela e critica oggi, in tempi complessi e turbolenti. I soggetti coinvolti, a partire da marzo 2020, hanno dedicato una serie di azioni al momento storico che stiamo vivendo, per essere testimoni del loro tempo.

E se sulla piattaforma MAD Archival Platform e sul sito stay-with-me.org verrà documentata la produzione degli artisti, un forum verrà proposto al MAD insieme a future azioni sulla sostenibilità nell’ambito del progetto RIVA, che spingerà Stay With Me ad affrontare le pratiche partecipative nello spazio pubblico.

Dal momento della sua messa online, sul sito Stay With Me saranno presenti (e fruibili) i vari contributi degli artisti all’interno di quelle che sono state simbolicamente chiamate “stanze”.

Aperto e trasversale, Stay with me è un modo di vivere e partecipare l’arte (e il dibattito che ruota intorno ad essa) anche in un momento in cui non è possibile la partecipazione dal vivo. Un invito a condividere le azioni realizzate dagli artisti in questi mesi, a esplorarne i contenuti, a discuterne apertamente creando un dialogo che coinvolga altri artisti, curatori, studiosi dell’arte, storici, sociologi, studenti o chiunque si senta coinvolto dal progetto e dalle sue premesse.

 

STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times

STAY WITH ME
Art in turbolent times

Ilze Petroni, Audiovisual Art Researcher | STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times

Ilze Petroni, Audiovisual Art Researcher
| STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times

Lazzaro Ciccolella, compositore | STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times

Lazzaro Ciccolella, compositore
STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times

Mariko Hori, artista | STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times VIDEO

Mariko Hori, artista
STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times VIDEO

Salvatore Calì, Artista concettuale e multidisciplinare| STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times VIDEO

Salvatore Calì | STAY WITH ME Art in turbolent times VIDEO
Artista concettuale e multidisciplinare

Renata Summo - O'Connell

Director Artegiro Contemporary Art

Renata Summo-O’Connell Renata is curator and responsible for the Artegiro Contemporary Art project, a nomadic and transnational curatorial project in contemporary art based in Italy. Artegiro is a program that operates within AILAE, an organization founded by Renata, Roberta Trapè and Damian O’Connell in 2007. Having worked for a long time in the fields of research and teaching in Sociolinguistics and Gender Studies in Australia, he continued his writing and critical research... independently after his return to Europe, focusing mainly on topics related to the roles of the artist and the curator in society, the artistic practice in new forms of captivity by migration, through new transnational research models that, beyond institutional boundaries, can decisively advance the international debate on art, creative and cultural planning in relation to political and social life. He launched the project Imagined Australia. A Reflection on the mutual construction of identity between Australia and Europe, published by Peter Lang in 2009. In particular, especially with the creation of COCOAA, a collaboration that she has established between AILAE and the Municipality of Conzano in Monferrato, where she curates the Artegiro art residencies that have taken place annually since 2010 and have seen more than 14 international artists in residence in recent years.

 

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Ilze Petroni

Audiovisual Art researcher

Ilze Petroni, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba Universidad Provincial de Córdoba Ricercatore d’arte contemporanea. Dottorato di ricerca in Arte presso la Scuola d’Arte e Bachelor in Comunicazione Sociale, specializzazione in Ricerca e Pianificazione, presso la Scuola di Scienze dell’Informazione (ECI) dell’Università Nazionale di Cordoba (UNC). Ha lavorato come assistente alla cattedra di Dipartimento dei Movimenti Estetici e della Cultura Argentina; Seminario di... Cultura Popolare e Cultura di Massa e Seminario sui Problemi della Società Contemporanea (ECI, UNC). Membro del team di ricerca dedicato ai problemi del film argentino diretto da Mgter. María Paulinelli, con la quale ha pubblicato Cinema e Ditadura (2006); La poetica nel cinema argentino: 1995-2005 (2005); Cinema e immaginario. Alcuni film di fine secolo (2000) hanno partecipato a Cinema Documentario, Memoria e Diritti Umani (Buenos Aires, 2007). Tra il 2009 e il 2013 è stato membro del team di ricerca “Recupero e analisi di documenti dell’archivio cinematografico di Canal 10 e del patrimonio visivo e audiovisivo di Cordoba”, diretto dalla Dott.ssa Silvia Romano (FFyH, UNC), con cui ha pubblicato “The Green Case: life history, opere fotografiche e frammenti della Collezione Anselmo Pérez” (2013). Ha partecipato a diversi incontri accademici e scientifici nazionali e internazionali. È stata borsista del Consiglio Nazionale per la Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnica (CONICET, 2008-2012). Dal 2009 al novembre 2014 è stata coordinatrice generale del gruppo di Curatori Forensi con cui ha tenuto conferenze, seminari, workshop e residenze in arte contemporanea, sistema dell’arte, gestione autonoma, politica, teoria e critica dell’arte contemporanea in Argentina, Brasile, Colombia, Cile, Ecuador, Francia, Italia, Messico, Perù, Uruguay e Venezuela. Nell’aprile 2012 ha fondato e coordinato la Rete dei Dirigenti Autonomi d’Arte Contemporanea – America Latina e, nel 2013, ha creato la Curatoria Editoriale Forense con la quale pubblica il libro Directory of Autonomous Managers of Contemporary Visual Arts (2014) e Meeting of Autonomous Managers of Contemporary Visual Arts :: Cordoba 2011 (2013). E’ membro del team di ricerca “L’autocoscienza storica e la sfera pubblica nel design e nelle arti visive all’inizio del terzo millennio” guidato dal Dr. Fernando Fraenza presso il Centro di Ricerca e Produzione delle Arti, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, UNC. 2358-6060. Professoressa di Storia delle Arti Visive III presso la Scuola di Belle Arti “Dr. José Figueroa Alcorta”, della Facoltà di Arte e Design dell’Università Provinciale di Cordoba. Vive e lavora a Cordoba, Argentina.

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Lazzaro Nicolò Ciccolella

Composer and multimedia author

Lazzaro Nicolò Ciccolella From ’96 working in multimedia production. In 2000 he won a scholarship to study at the ‘Centro Tempo Reale’ in Florence directed by Maestro Luciano Berio. Here he studied computer music with Jacopo Baboni Schilingi, Thierry Coduis, Michele Tadini, and many others great musicians and sound designers. Finished the course with the highest valuation began collaborating with the Center working for several years teaching and developing educational and... music software. Currently conducts a personal research as composer and multimedia author using data flow management software as “pure data” and gem and enjoys to build interactive musical software interface that uses in live performances and workshops.

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Mariko Hori

Artista

Born in Kobe, Japan. Based in Belgrade, Serbia or Amsterdam, the Netherlanbds. The works of Mariko Hori, consisting mainly of installations, are study of alternative way of architecture without building, through modest but characteristic way of choice of objects and placing them intentionally. Her interests have been in ‘atmosphere’ and ‘Ma’, a Japanese word which takes the concept of negative space farther, to define a continuum which spans both space and time.   For example,...  ‘the space -in between’  or  ‘pause in time’  might at first appear that there is nothing between the structures, but actually there is  ‘Ma’, emptiness,  blank space or time exist. And the space and the time have a very slight difference. She has been researching about the way objects are being.  Particular attention is paid to the space between them as each objects carries with itself many places that each need their space to unfold meaning. A particular ‘aura’  or  ‘atmosphere’, that only things which have existed for a long time have, is made by time, space in flow. She describes this special atmosphere as ‘sense of existence’. As  her  lifetime  practice,  she is trying  to find  the possibilities to  reproduce a certain atmosphere, the ‘sense of existence’ ( something beyond conceptual meaning ) and how to share the feelings, qualia. In spite of the fact that she studied architecture, she stopped liking  drawing – up new architectural plans since she was more attracted by aesthetic aspects of aged deterioration and felt  that she will never be able to recreate the strong sense of enduring existence that old things have. It also appears to her  that modern societies are building  too many new buildings which ultimately might end up as surplus. She believes that one of the next steps for architecture is to try to create alternative spaces without buildings.  This ‘new way of architecture’ could be atmosphere itself, and in her practice, she experiments with various materials  such as found objects, especially, which hold some kind of aura,  the air,  smells,  sounds,  lights,  dust,  as well as individual imagination, in order to find the new potential experience which could be imaginative and real at the same time.

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Salvatore Calì

Artist

Salvatore Calì Italian artist born in Sicily (Misterbianco, 16 May 1966), currently lives and works in Nova Gorica (Slovenia). Conceptual and multidisciplinary artist, after technical-scientific studies he approaches the making of art by himself. Active since 1987, he resumed his work in 2010 after a ten-year hiatus. Photography, video and performance are the main means by which it expresses reflections on issues where spirituality, science, nature, social discourse become gestures, actions... and works, which interact with the natural and human ecosphere (the invisible “collapses” in the space of reality). In this sense, art and life meet in a common utopian denominator, the ability to be able to change our reality or at least the perception that we have of it.

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Susanna Schoenberg

Artist

Born in Faenza; grew up in Bolzano/Bozen; lived in Milan and Berlin; based in Cologne Artistic production mainly in the fields video, photography installation, performance since 2002 producing also as arte-e-parte founded 2004 re-active platform,founder member of the german media art magazine offtopic,  founder member of Paidia Institute.

Teaching and researching in social and communication sciences, methodology, data analysis, visual sociology and documentary techniques; film and... videomaker

since 2014 lecturer for Mediated reality and performance at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. 2019 guest professor at the Institut fuer Angewandte Theaterwissenschaften of the Justus-Liebig-Universitaet Giessen; 2012-2013 lecturer for Media Arts at the Institut fuer Angewandte Theaterwissenschaften of the Justus-Liebig-Universitaet Giessen; 2004-2011 assistant professor at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM) in charge of the atelier for multimedia & performance; lectures and workshops held for: Migrating Art Academies, Chinese Academy of Fine Arts Beijing, China Academy of Art HangZhou, European School of Visual Arts Poitiers, Digital Art Centre Taipei, National Taipei University of the Arts, HFBK Hamburg, University of Hull, Paco das artes, Sao Paulo

techniques&artefacts — computer supported installation; experimental video; documentary; photography; performance.

topics&strategies — dramaturgic staging for non linear narratives; time/space structures in expanded photography; the transfer (of meaning) by signs (using icons, gestures, telecommunication, code); database-structures; data analysis; reactive systems; cartography; the linguistic image; the stichted word; gender; gesture; format, translation; the techno-image.

www.offtopic-magazin.de/

http://paidia-institute.org/

 

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Monica Sassatelli

Cultural sociologist

Monica Sassatelli is a cultural sociologist, with particular interest in urban and European cultural policies. Her research focuses on cultural institutions and events, urban festivals and biennials in particular. Among her publications, Becoming Europeans. Cultural Identity and Cultural Policies (Palgrave, 2009) and Festivals and the Cultural Public Sphere (co-edited with L.Giorgi and G.Delanty, Routledge, 2011).

Progetto realizzato nell'ambito del Programma Sensi Contemporanei Toscana per il Cinema