FOROF present its first production: LOVOTIC, a music video installation by Soundwalk Collective, a group that combines anthropology, ethnography, non-linear narrative and geography in relation to the places in which they perform their interventions. The installation, which was produced in collaboration with Charlotte Gainsbourg, musicians Lyra Pramuk and AtomTM, queer theorist Paul B. Preciado and Willem Dafoe – who contributed texts, sound and voices – is curated by Ruggero Pietromarchi and Nicola Giuliani from Threes Productions.
With LOVOTIC, the collective explores the possibility of emotional, sexual and even love relationships between humans and robots. Starting from the hybrid entertainment that we already have access to today, Soundwalk Collective question impulses, ideas and needs, thus venturing into a future that looks like an expanding kaleidoscope in which sex, intimacy and desire are reformulated.
The installation will become the setting for a series of episodes, namely multisensory and multidisciplinary events in which the public will be involved in immersive performances revolving around music and words together with the artists who have collaborated on the LOVOTIC project.
Wed – Sun 11am to 6pm