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IL GIARDINO LIBERNAUTICO - 14.06.2022

Fondazione Baruchello | Mostra curata da Elena Bellantoni

La mostra “Il giardino libernautico” Summer Show 2022 (sesta edizione), curata da Elena Bellantoni, in collaborazione con i due giovani curatori Benedetta Monti e Niccolò Giacomazzi, è un progetto collettivo che si svilupperà intorno a questioni che è sempre più urgente considerare: il rapporto con la natura, il paesaggio e la cura come azione responsabile nei confronti dell’ecosistema. Il progetto parte dal confronto diretto con la Fondazione Baruchello, e in particolare con il progetto Agricola Cornelia S.p.A. che impegnò Baruchello dal 1973 al 1981. In particolare guarda al libro di Baruchello Io sono un Albero, nel quale si racconta la lunga esperienza dell’artista nei confronti della natura da sempre intesa come una situazione complessa in grado di mettere in discussione comportamenti, costruzioni identitarie e rapporti di subordinazione tra diverse specie del vivente.
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SOUND CORNER / 60 – CRISTIAN RIZZUTI da DOM 3 MAG a MAR 31 MAG | SOUND CORNER

Auditorium Parco della Musica

Cristian Rizzuti is a multimedia artist, lecturer and Physical Computing Expert at IAAC (Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia). After graduating in Visual and Multimedia Arts, he completed his studies at the IUAV University of Venice with the M-IA Master, specializing in the creation of immersive and interactive environments. His artistic research focuses on the role of human perception and the relationship with synaesthetic spaces, drawing inspiration simultaneously from science, mathematics and the digital arts.
Cristian Rizzuti è un artista multimediale, docente e Physical Computing Expert presso lo IAAC (Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia). Laureato in Arti Visive e Multimediali, completa i suoi studi presso l’Università IUAV di Venezia con il M-IA Master specializzandosi nella creazione di ambienti immersivi e interattivi. La sua ricerca artistica si è focalizzata sul ruolo della percezione umana e sulla relazione con gli spazi sinestetici, ispirandosi contemporaneamente alla scienza, alla matematica e alle arti digitali. Cristian Rizzuti is a multimedia artist, lecturer and Physical Computing Expert at IAAC (Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia). After graduating in Visual and Multimedia Arts, he completed his studies at the IUAV University of Venice with the M-IA Master, specializing in the creation of immersive and interactive environments. His artistic research focuses on the role of human perception and the relationship with synaesthetic spaces, drawing inspiration simultaneously from science, mathematics and the digital arts.
Elena Giulia Rossi è nata e vive a Roma. I suoi interessi l’hanno condotta in ambiti trasversali e transdisciplinari, al crocevia tra biologia, tecnologia e scienza. In questi percorsi si sono intrecciate le sue esperienze lavorative, tra pratica e teoria, con musei, gallerie, riviste e quotidiani, con la piattaforma online Arshake (www.arshake.com) e con l’attività didattica presso l’Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma dove è docente di Teorie delle Arti Multimediali. Elena Giulia Rossi was born and lives in Rome. Her interests have led her into transversal and transdisciplinary areas, at the crossroads of biology, technology and science. These paths have been intertwined with her working experiences, comprising both practice and theory, with museums, galleries, magazines and newspapers, with the online platform Arshake (www.arshake.com) and with her teaching activities at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome, where she teaches Multimedia Arts Theory.
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RESIST! PERSIST! MAINTAIN!

STIRNIMANN-STOJANOVIC AND MFJ RULLA

Collective listening (audio piece), duration: 30 min.

6TH MAY 2022, 6 PM WASSERTURM, ZURICH

Meeting point: Badweg 10, CH-8001 Zurich

curated by Zaira Oram

For the new program SOUND TURM, the collective Zaira Oram wakes up the historical and silent Wasserturm (water tower) located in the city center of Zurich. The first event takes place on 6th May 2022 at 6 pm with the collective listening and audio piece Resist! Persist! Maintain! conceived by the Zurich-based artist duo Stirnimann-Stojanovic and composer mfj rulla.

As the physical stage of the nomadic OTO SOUND MUSEUM, the Wasserturm is imagined as a home for sound art, where sonority and voices spread from the inside out addressing the public space directly. Often invisible to most people, the Wasserturm is a symbolic place that resists the waves of modernization, hiding in the urban fabric of the city. It is from the history of this profane place that Stirnimann-Stojanovic and mfj rulla have found inspiration to develop their collaborative work. Indeed, the Wasserturm was born out of the need for water distribution, which saw some citizens sharing a common mission and becoming active participants in the construction of the tower in the early 18th century. This social story led the artists to investigate the literature that relates to actions of self-organization and redistribution of resources in the present time, also one of the central subjects of their own artistic research. They are practices of resistance that belong to a radical imagination capable of activating processes of awareness, survival and procreation in relation to our behavior with the environment, human and non-human beings. What are possible ways to (re)claim the public space? What are possible ways to care for resources in a non-exploitative manner? What are possible ways to maintain collective structures in a rootless capitalist world? The audio piece Resist! Persist! Maintain! (2022) is a collage of existing texts with the intertwining of voice and sound – a fuse that wants to light up and urge action. Composed by mfj rulla, the soundscape accompanies the contents contributing to the transmission of the words’ meaning, and creating a space for the imagination to travel. The audio work will be presented on 6th May in the form of a collective listening that starts from the Wasserturm and moves to the Old Botanical Garden via wireless headphones. The Wasserturm becomes the symbol of collective values interpreted by sound, while the Old Botanical garden turns into a natural space for reflection.

Sound returns to be the center of a program that also looks at the Zurich avant-garde - leaving the canonical and institutional spaces - to question its social, political and artistic role today.

https://oto.museum/

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IL GIARDINO LIBERNAUTICO - 14.06.2022

Fondazione Baruchello | Mostra curata da Elena Bellantoni

La mostra “Il giardino libernautico” Summer Show 2022 (sesta edizione), curata da Elena Bellantoni, in collaborazione con i due giovani curatori Benedetta Monti e Niccolò Giacomazzi, è un progetto collettivo che si svilupperà intorno a questioni che è sempre più urgente considerare: il rapporto con la natura, il paesaggio e la cura come azione responsabile nei confronti dell’ecosistema. Il progetto parte dal confronto diretto con la Fondazione Baruchello, e in particolare con il progetto Agricola Cornelia S.p.A. che impegnò Baruchello dal 1973 al 1981. In particolare guarda al libro di Baruchello Io sono un Albero, nel quale si racconta la lunga esperienza dell’artista nei confronti della natura da sempre intesa come una situazione complessa in grado di mettere in discussione comportamenti, costruzioni identitarie e rapporti di subordinazione tra diverse specie del vivente.
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