Atelier Bevilacqua La Masa 2015. End of residency exhibition, 05 Feb 2016 — 03 Apr 2016
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Atelier Bevilacqua La Masa 2015. End of residency exhibition

The exhibition, curated by Rachele D’Osualdo, presents works by Valentina Furian, Enej Gala, Riccardo Giacconi, Caterina Morigi, Francesco Nordio, Miriam Secco, Davide Sgambaro, Sebastiano Sofia, Matteo Stocco, Valerio Veneruso, Christian Manuel Zanon and Annalisa Zegna after their twelve months residency at Palazzo Carminati, S. Stae, SS. Cosma and Damiano (Giudecca).

The artworks include sculptures, sound art, experimental poetry, video-art, readymade and performance.

The exhibition begins with a sound installation by Annalisa Zegna, realized in collaboration with William Bottin. Sebastiano Sofia presents a series of sculptures resulted by his research on materials. Miriam Secco invades the space with the performance “How to dismantle a bomb”. Christian Manuel Zanon, through the works “Love” and “Ciao”, tells with poetry and irony how he met Venice. The video artist Riccardo Giacconi describes his encounter with the only Tuareg community in Italy (based in Pordenone). Matteo Stocco creates a new video language with the web documentary “Metagoon” which investigates Venice’s lagoon. Enej Gala speaks about emergent social problems through sculptures and installation with hung on bodies. The installation by Caterina Morgi dwell upon fragility hidden behind an appearance of eternity, such as for the architectures of Venice. Valentina Furian dedicates to the natural world her ambient sound installation to blur the line between reality and fiction. Francesco Nordio  developed an year-long project and here he exhibits the documentation of his cultural actions realized involving people in his artistic experiences. Valerio Veneruso invites visitors to look at his past through his personal point of view thanks to a site-specific installation. Lastly the ready-made object became performer in the intervention by Davide Sgambaro which closes the exhibition. 

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