A major new exhibition guest curated by Manuela Pacella that brings together several multi-layered projects across a range of media by Italian artists Riccardo Giacconi, Invernomuto and Luca Trevisani.
|Date:||10 Mar 2017 - 18 Jun 2017|
|Time:||10am - 7pm|
|Space:||Sunken, Tall and Upper Galleries|
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Riccardo Giacconi (b. 1985) has studied fine arts at the University IUAV of Venezia, at UWE in Bristol and at New York University. His work has been exhibited in various institutions, such as WUK Kunsthalle Exnergasse (Vienna), FRAC Champagne-Ardenne (France), FRAC Champagne-Ardenne (France), tranzitdisplay (Prague), MAXXI (Rome), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin) and in the “Résonance” section of the Lyon Biennale.
Simone Bertuzzi (b. 1983) and Simone Trabucchi (b. 1982) have been collaborating as Invernomuto since 2003. Although they primarily work in moving image and sound, Invernomuto also integrate sculpture, publishing, and performance in their practice. Recent solo exhibitions include Africa Addio, pinksummer, Genoa (2015), MALÙ, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Toronto (2015), Artspeak, Vancouver (2015), Wondo Genet, AuditoriumArte, Rome (2015), Anabasis Articulata, Triennale di Milano, Milan (2014), Marsèlleria, Milan (2014), Negus – Far Eye, Museion, Bozen (2014), I-Ration, ar/ge kunst, Bozen (2014), The Celestial Path, GAMeC, Bergamo (2013) and Simone, Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Ferrara (2011). Bertuzzi and Trabucchi also pursue individual practices in the field of music, performing under the names Palm Wine and Dracula Lewis respectively. They live and work in Milan and Vernasca.
Luca Trevisani (b. 1979) researches and makes work that exists between sculpture and video, and disciplines that are inter-related, such as the performing arts, graphics, design, experimental cinema and architecture. In his installations the historical characteristics of sculpture are questioned and even subverted. Instability is a main feature of his work, a state of ever-changing development that expands and contracts, extending the borders between each element of the work and the environment. He has participated in exhibitions and awards in major centers and art museums, including Museo Marino Marini (2014), MAXXI, Rome (2012), MACRO, Rome (2010), Haus am Waldsee (2012), Magasin, Grenoble (2011), Mart, Rovereto (2011), Biennale d'Architettura, Venice (2008-2010), Manifesta7 (2008), Museion, Bozen (2008), Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (2007), Daimler Kunstsammlung, Berlin (2011), CCA Antratx, Mallorca (2011), Giò Marconi Milan (2008), Pinksummer, Genoa (2006-2009), MAMbo, Bologna (2009). Glaucocamaleo, presented at the 2013 Festival del Cinema in Rome, was his first feature film.
Manuela Pacella (b.1977) is an Italian art historian, curator and writer currently based in Graz, Austria. She has worked both within public institutions such as the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Rome) and the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica (Rome), as well as many private galleries. For many years she also worked as an assistant to various artists at significant stages of their careers. Since 2007 she has been operating as an independent curator and writing as an art critic for exhibition catalogues and art magazines. Among the exhibitions she has curated are Germinazioni #2. Step Forward (Palazzo della Penna, Perugia, IT, 2009), Familia (Museo Centrale del Risorgimento di Roma – Complesso del Vittoriano, Rome, 2009), My Generation. Artisti under 35 (Museo Pietro Canonica, Roma, IT, 2010), Patria Interiore-Inner Homeland, Golden Thread Gallery (Belfast, UK, 2012) and Leonid Tsvetkov. Disturbances (Ex Elettrofonica, Rome, IT, 2014). She has also contributed to the following publications: Lost Futures, in Pesche Khete. Fast dunkel, she says, curated by Progetto Diobene, Diogene Edizioni, Turin 2014; Presente Imperfetto in Giacinto Cerone. Il massimo dell’orizzontale, curated by Benedetta Carpi De Resmini, Quidlibet, 2014; Giovanni Colacicchi fotografo, ISALM, Anagni 2012; Patria Interiore, NERO, Rome 2012; Il Fotogramma, copying Objrcts by means od the Sun, in L’oggetto nell’arte contemporanea, curated by Enrico Crispolti and Anna Mazzanti, Liguori Editore, Naples 2011; My Generation. Dentro Roma II – Artisti under 35, cura., Roma 2010; Familia. Fotografie e filmini di famiglia nella Regione Lazio, Gangemi Editore, Roma 2009. Since curating a project in Belfast in 2012, she has developed a strong interest in Northern Irish History and Art, and has built on this connection through participation in ICI’s first European Curatorial Intensive in 2013 at CCA Derry~Londonderry, and through an International Residency at Flax Art Studios.
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