Faust Fest 2019, 30 Oct 2019 — 03 Nov 2019

Faust Fest 2019

A Nightboat Across Arts and Disciplines: Faust Fest has steered its way back to Turin for the second year running, set to captivate with a stellar interdisciplinary programme and the most brilliant of minds on board.

At the helm Gianluigi Ricuperati, with his trusted crew, Giulia Nomis, Enrico Donalisio, Fabio Vito Lacertosa and Maurizio Cilli. This year Faust Fest docks itself at the historic bookshop, La Bussola on Via Po.

Participants this year include artist Anri Sala, the winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale with the Lithuanian Pavilion Lina Lapelyte, Elisa Sighicelli; music by Stockhausen interpreted by Ricciarda Belgiojoso, rap explained by Cesare Alemanni; writers such as Vanni Santoni and Chiara Valerio. There will be irregular authors such as Giordano Tedoldi. There will be a “test” debate on art criticism applied in real time for six among the best pens in circulation Pablo Larios, Noam Segal, Alexandre Costanzo, Sara Dolfi Agostini, Charlie Robin Jones and the philosopher Leonardo Caffo.

Hans-Ulrich Obrist will be present. As well as Ginevra Bria and Vincenzo Santarcangelo, the Hanne performers Lippard and Elise Lammer, the philosopher Marco Enrico Giacomelli and the architect Italo Rota. Representatives of two of the most relevant fairs in town Giorgio Galotti from DAMA and Flat, represented by Francesca Valentini. Carsten Höller will be present by phone, Radio Nomade with their experimental research, mythological Flatlandia into virtual reality, edited by Francesco Maria Rovere, the artist’s book by Stefania Fersini, a tribute to Georg Friedrich Haas, the esoteric”claviculae” readings by Giulia Nomis, a history of galleries in Turin between the fifties and seventies told by Maurizio Cilli. Musical experimentation by Fabio Vito‘s and Lacertosa, who will dare to confront the sacred monster Luciano Berio.


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