I post in my block the episodes’ transcripts of my podcast non-space. Today, the first of the non-space series where I share in short versions my ideas, concept, and artmaking. Hope you enjoy!
Movements as knowledge transmittal is an ancient writing method. Text as movement is traceless and communicates unlike the mere intellect to other spheres of the human being.
new episode on the non-space podcast: What is Non-Space? I will begin the podcast with the basic definitions of my art making and, of course, I will start by explaining my idea of non-space. listen and I have a new cover:
I started the podcast: non-space This podcast is far from perfect. It’s raw. And, in its first episode, we are talking about wildlife, surveillance and the modern way of hunting. The American artist Gabriel Edward Adams was for few days my guest and I’d like to start with presenting his work “Hunter, I’ve taken your memory”, featured in Biel – Bienne in Switzerland July 6, 2018, at Juraplatz after dark. view Gabriel’s website “Hunter, I’ve taken your memory” presents a selection of motion sensor captured infrared night view images from the original contents of an unknown bowhunter’s portable wildlife camera. The collection was clandestinely downloaded after an unexpected encounter while walking […]
In continuing my work on networks and communication, I draw lines and think about the in-betweens. SaveSave
This is the beautiful video work 25 seconds of my friend, the artist Benny Mangone. He catches the light in the skate park during the event NoPlace #4. On the beginning of the video, you see the artist Simone Masiello. Take a deep breath and skate on the light!
Categories on Nature (more to follow) reflects on different philosophical and anthropological approaches in conceptualizing nature and human in nature. In Western traditional concepts, the thinker and her position in nature have to be defined, making out perceptions and imaginations. Thinking is a process of categorization and judgments tracked mainly in written language. Archives are hereby architectures of collection and control. The text combination is playing with referring and differing issues which never reach original meaning; reflecting on dependencies between perception and structuring thinking. The work Categories on Nature (more to follow) consists of 370 paper sheets and is to be hanged on a wall. To see and understand easier […]
On Saturday 21 April, I participated in the biannual event NoPlace, which in this year took place in Santo Stefano di Magra, a little village close to La Spezia on the Italian Riviera. NoPlace is an experimental exhibition venue and that it arrives at its 4th edition confirms that rhizome-organized, i.e. horizontal and not hierarchical exhibitions and art events are possible. 525 artists showed their works, from the art student to the established artist, curating each other and taking responsibility for their own works as well as for their fellows. Basing on the rhizome concept by Guattari and Deleuze in A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia, the organization is structured […]
Okay, this was a long break since the last post, but here I am, retaking the rhythm.
resilient |riˈzilyənt| adjective • (of a substance or object) able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed. • (of a person or animal) able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: from Latin resilient- ‘leaping back,’ from the verb resilire. resile |riˈzīl| verb [ no obj. ] formal abandon a position or a course of action.