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Pressure
Temperature
Clouds
Wind
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    Henri Chopin
    La danse des tonneaux brisés (premier théâtre sonore du monde), 2003

    Contributed by Eva Brioschi for the Airchive.

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    Various artists
    Revolutions Per Minute (The Art Record), 1981

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
    Spiralando sul porto di Napoli (Dall’ Aeropoema futurista), 1935

    Contributed by Federico Cavallini for the Airchive.

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    Sandro Madeddu, Luigi Pisci, Daniele Vassalli.
    Ascoltando la falce e il martello, 1970

    Contributed by Federico Bacci for the Airchive.

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    Henri Chopin
    Petit Livre Des Riches Heures Signistes Et Sonores, 1983

    Contributed by Eva Brioschi for the Airchive.

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    Allen Ginsberg
    Kissass, 1988

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Gregory Whitehead
    Selection of radio pieces, 1984

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Gregory Whitehead
    Selection of radio pieces, 1984

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Various artists
    Revolutions Per Minute (The Art Record), 1981

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Cherwo Arap KorogoremBekyibei Arap Mosonick
    Chemirocha (I), 1950

    Contributed by Massimo Carozzi for the Airchive.

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    Gregory Whitehead
    Selection of radio pieces, 1984

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Dziga Vertov
    Enthusiasm!, 1930

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Morton Feldman
    Three Voices (For Joan La Barbara), 1982

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Vito Acconci + Jana Haimsohn + Julia Heyward + Dennis Oppenheim and many others
    Airwaves LP, 1977

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Henri Chopin
    Cantata for Two Farts & Co., 1997

    Contributed by Eva Brioschi for the Airchive.

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    Various artists
    Revolutions Per Minute (The Art Record), 1981

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Karlheinz Stockhausen
    Stimmung, 1971

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Pierre Boulez
    Dialogue de l’Ombre Double, 1985

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Augusto de Campos + Caetano Veloso
    Pulsar, 1975

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Stan Brakhage
    The Test of Time, 1982

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Henri Chopin
    Poesie Sonore LP, 1971

    Contributed by Eva Brioschi for the Airchive.

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    Various artists
    Revolutions Per Minute (The Art Record), 1981

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Edgard Varèse
    Density 21.5, 1936

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Gregory Whitehead
    Selection of radio pieces, 1984

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Gregory Whitehead
    Selection of radio pieces, 1984

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Henri Chopin
    La plaine des respirs, 2003

    Contributed by Eva Brioschi for the Airchive.

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    Vito Acconci + Jana Haimsohn + Julia Heyward + Dennis Oppenheim and many others
    Airwaves LP, 1977

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Bruno Maderna
    Musica su Due Dimensioni (1952), 1952

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    Hugo Ball
    Hugo Ball in Futura Poesia Sonora (Cramps Records, Milan), 1916

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.

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    John Cage
    Lecture on nothing, 1959

    Contributed by Juan Pablo Macías for the Airchive.


ON AIR



is a collaborative project that works as an online-offline content hub on air, on atmosphere, on environment, on breathing.

Air is an element that determines all forms of life and ON AIR dedicates a platform that connects, collects and promotes different contents and creative researches on air —an element of commonality that does not exclude bodies, but takes care of them.

ON AIR was born in a precise epochal moment in which breathing is no longer taken for granted. At the center of political and economic disputes that “pollute” its transparency, air contains within itself the possibility of a change that is cultural, social as ecological: it is an element that pervades our imagination and establishes a relationship between us and the cosmos.

Because everything takes form ON AIR we have decided to
map it through an airchive
to talk about it in air columns
inhale it through air time
blow it into airquakes

ON AIR is an open space in which to return several times, following individual reading paths —that are visual, mythological, historical-philosophical, technological, as well as poetical — with the hope of influencing the perception of our context and reconfiguring our environment.

ON AIR is a project by Juan Pablo Macías & Alessandra Poggianti for Carico Massimo with the support of Centro Per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci / Regione Toscana / Comune di Livorno

ON AIR skyscapes_on cloud-life is a derivative work from inversión de escena, the background of the site updates several times a day as long as ON AIR is up in the cloud.


Contacts



Art direction and editing:
Juan Pablo Macías
Alessandra Poggianti

For information:
info@on-air.caricomassimo.org

Communication:
Valentina Costa

To stay up to date:
instagram / facebook / spotify / newsletter


Contributions by



Alessandra Poggianti

Independent curator, co-director of Kunstverein Milano and Carico Massimo in Livorno. She was one of the founders of “Isola Art Center” (Milan, 2003-07), where she started a research on the relation between artistic practice and social space. Interested in the idea of the place, she has carried out interventions in dialogue with the transformations of urban spaces. She makes use of experimental methods in research as in display. Her texts are published in international books and magazines.

Alfred Steiglitz

(January 1, 1864 – July 13, 1946) was an American photographer and modern art promoter who was instrumental over his 50-year career in making photography an accepted art form. In addition to his photography, Stieglitz was known for the New York art galleries that he ran in the early part of the 20th century, where he introduced many avant-garde European artists to the U.S. He was married to painter Georgia O’Keeffe.

Arturo Hernández Alcázar

(Mexico City, 1978) He investigates processes of a destructive and erosive nature and the form that our environment and our relationships with the world take from these collisions. His work reacts to the current context from a poetics of the accident and from the crossing of archives, residual materials, sound, publications, meetings, seminars and other media; with it, he tries to outline a syntax to be read after the accident that the modern world has created.

Babi Badalov

(Lerik, 1959) stateless, originating from Azerbaijan, a country at the lace between orient and occident, between postcommunism and neo-capitalism, his work is materialized by encounters between cultures, geographies and languages. Calligraphies, images, objects, sounds, dreams are all the palimpsest of a wandering figure in a fragmented Babylon.

Caterina Iaquinta

(Roma, 1978). Dottore di ricerca in Storia dell’Arte Contemporanea. Ha tenuto seminari e lezioni in varie istituzioni, tra cui Università Cattolica (sede di Brescia), Università Statale di Ferrara e Sapienza Università di Roma. Ha pubblicato saggi e articoli in riviste scientifiche e di settore. Attualmente è docente di Storia dell’arte moderna e contemporanea presso NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (sede di Milano e Roma) e curatrice dell’Archivio Clemen Parrocchetti (Borgo Adorno, AL).

Cecilia Canziani

is an independent curator and adjunct professor of Contemporary Art History at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and the American University in Rome and IED Rome. She is currently collaborating with Galleria Nazionale of Rome for the project Herstory, co-curated with Lara Conte and Paola Ugolini and with MAXXI LAquila, where she curated a site specific commission of Anastasia Potemkina.

Cesare Pietroiusti

(Rome, 1955) is an Italian artist with a degree in Medicine with a thesis in Psychiatric Clinic (1979), he is known for his practice based on generosity, on the paradoxes of ordinary shares and economic exchanges, including the refusal to sell one’s own works, and for having contributed to creating numerous groups, research spaces and collective projects.

Clarissa Falco

Clarissa Falco (1995) art focus on the woman body and her social status. She took part to the group exhibition “Incontro #11. What about the materiality of the body?” At Pini Foundation in Milan (2017). During Artissima 2018 Clarissa has DAF Structure: a four-day experience in an installation of lights and sounds that work like an environment for research and performance. After her Master Degree in Visual Art and Curatorial Studies at The New Fine Art Academy of Milan (NABA) lives to Milano.

Cose Cosmiche

COSMIC THINGS is a platform/place/catalyst/curatorial project where artists, scientists and researchers from various disciplines are called to present a reflection, a thought on space, time, energy, matter, void, to define the universe in which we live and propose new forms, ideas and theories to represent and explain the world.
Cose Cosmiche is curated by Helga Franza and Silvia Hell.

Daniela Tazzi

works as a researcher for MIBACT as an Archivist Officer at the State Archives of Livorno. She carries out the protection and enhancement of historical documents and archival assets. She organizes exhibitions and conferences of a historical and scientific nature and deals with consultancy activities to the public for archival research. Since 2012 she has collaborated with Carico Massimo Association through archival research to support the artists’ projects.

Daniele Di Girolamo

(Pescara, 1995) his research focuses on the relationship between natural processes and human activities that take place in the landscape and the dynamics of interpretation that derive from these. In particular, he wants to investigate the point of contact between the physical elements that make up this relationship and the affective associations that they can evoke.

DEMOCRACIA

(b. 2006) Working as a group springs from engaging in an artistic practice centered on discussion and on the clash of ideas and forms of action. DEMOCRACIA works as a node of interests grouped temporarily for the development of the same objective, which is approached from different perspectives: those of each one of the participants in the project, being these the different agents that shape DEMOCRACIA.

Elka Krajewska + Gregor Neuerer

Elka (US/PL) and Gregor (Austria) met in NYC and have worked together since 2015, publishing their common projects annually, both in Europe and in the US. Their collaboration at Carico Massimo in 2018, centered on flooding and the historical openness of city of Livorno, produced “Fall Flood - Higher Ground” a spatial installation and book. The most recent American presentation of their collaboration was part of “Earth Bodies“ at Essex Flowers Gallery (2020), NYC, curated by Karen Azoulay.

Eva Brioschi

is a curator and art critic. She has collaborated with Casorati Archive of Turin, the Alvar Aalto Museum and she is the actual curator of La Gaia Collection. She curated Moving Tales (Cuneo 2016 - Mousse Publishing 2016), Corners / In Between (Norma Mangione gallery, 2017), Landon Metz at Antonio Dalle Nogare Foundation. She has written for Carico Massimo’s publication on Hans Schabus (2017), and lately, she curated the exhibition and catalog Open Work for ArteFiera Bologna (2020).

Federica Giardini

After graduating in Philosophy at the University of Pisa, she worked on the relationship between philosophy and psychoanalysis. She then explored the corporeal dimension of intersubjectivity at the crossroads between phenomenology and philosophy of difference. Her recent research uses difference as an operator to address some key issues of political philosophy, from obedience / disobedience relations to the extension of the political sphere to the order of relations between human and non-human.

Federico Bacci

director, documentary maker, screenwriter, radio author. He collaborated with Novaradio and Controradio broadcasting camara di espansione (1999-2005). In 2005 co-directs Leone Elio Petri. Notes on an author. Award-winning documentary presented at the Venice Film Festivals, Annecy Cinema Italien, Reykjavík, and Karlovy Vary, as well as presented at MoMA. Since 2007 he has directed together with Lucia Giardino GuilmiArtProject, a residence dedicated to contemporary art in Abruzzo.

Federico Cavallini

(Livorno, 1974) graduated in history of medieval art at the Dipartment of Literature and Philosophy of the University of Pisa. In 2007 he worked at Fabio Mauri’s studio in Rome. In 2012 he co-founded the cultural association Carico Massimo in Livorno, and in 2018 Salvator Rosa gallery.

Ferdinando Mazzitelli

Visual artist born in Marzi in the province of Cosenza, currently lives in Milan. He began his artistic activity in Italy and abroad in the early 90s; he was part of Oreste (1997/2002), and conceived a>Monte in the province of Matera. He is also one of the co-founders of Macao in Milan. He has participated and given lectures and conferences in various academies and public, as well as private institutions.

Filippo Leonardi

(Catania, 1970) Through the exploration of the concept of identity and the relationship between art and nature, the artist’s practice develops in cycles of works (installations, sculptures, videos and participatory interventions) which address different aspects of one same concept: looking at the world with a not exclusively anthropocentric gaze, recognizing the distinct perspective of the non-human: animal and vegetable.

Francesco Eppesteingher

(Livorno, 1975) trained in Bologna as a graphic designer and illustrator in the field of communication. Always interested in an artisanal and operaist approach to the world of art, he is curious about everything behind the scenes. Today he dreams of Africa and tries to give voice to those who, for a lifetime, have given it to others.

Francis Alÿs

(Antwerp, 1959) Trained as an architect and urbanist, he moved to Mexico in 1986 to work with local NGO’s. In 1990 he entered the field of visual arts. His practice embraces multiple media, from painting and drawing to video and photography. Although his studio is based in Mexico City, he has done numerous projects in collaboration with local communities around the world, from South America to North Africa and Middle East.
Since 2016 he has been engaged in a series of new projects in Iraq.

Giuseppe Tagarelli

(Cosenza, 1968) with a degree in Natural Sciences and PhD in Anthropology, he is a researcher at the CNR at the Institute for Agricultural and Forestry Systems of the Mediterranean. Former professor at the University of Messina and the Mater Boni Consilii University of Tirana, he turns his scientific interest to the study of landscape, ethno-botany and biodemography. To date, he is the author of more than 100 scientific articles published in national and international books and journals.

Gustav Metzger

(1926-2017) was a visionary artist and radical thinker. At the heart of his practice, which spanned over 65 years, are a series of constantly opposing yet interdependent forces such as destruction and creation. Metzger’s involvement in anti-nuclear movements such as the Committee of 100 and his life-long activism to combat environmental destruction was fundamental to his provocative questioning of the role of artist and of conventional forms of artmaking and display…

Hans Schabus

(Watschig, 1970) is known for his ambitious site-specific projects in which he incorporates the location and the institution. The sculptural interventions by Schabus intermediate between himself and what surrounds him. His studio is his matrix, a place of exploration, processing and inspiration - a place of an “in-between” with its own temporality in which things undergo continuous change.

Hotpotatoes

hotpotatoes.it è un blog/magazine research-based, dedicato all’esplorazione del rapporto tra arte e politica attraverso l’analisi dei complessi espositivi, da una prospettiva femminista. Hotpotatoes è stato fondato nel 2017 da Elvira Vannini

Iacopo Seri

(Arezzo, 1983) is an artist that uses performance, disarticulation of language, non ordinary states of mind, exploration of tangible and subtle places, searching for a non conventional understanding of reality.

Ilio Fiengo

(Livorno, 1948) is a self tought artist and since 1998 he has been writing, drawing, sculpting, making installations and self publishing. He had an anthological show in Carico Massimo going by the title Torno Ieri (comeback tomorrow) and he is currently represented by Salvator Rosa gallery.

James Sherry

is the author of 13 books of poetry and prose, most recently The Oligarch (Palgrave, 2018, environmental politics) and Entangled Bank (Chax, 2016, poetry). His new book Selfie: Poetry & Ecology is forthcoming from Palgrave in 2021. He is the editor of Roof Books and started the Segue Foundation in 1977. He lives in NYC.

Jean-Luc Moulène

(Reims, 1955) a self-declared technicien libertaire, creates work that is stylistically ambulatory yet bounded by specific conceptual parameters: it must be separate and complete in itself; make clear the conditions under which it was produced; and establish a direct link with that from which it has been separated—which is to say, the world.
Photo: Ricciardo Cecchi

Jiří Kovanda

(1953) has organised his first performances in public environments in Prague in the mid-1970’s. His minimal actions, all based on a detailed scenario, were all recorded through photography in black and white and instruction leaflets. In his performances, those mundane actions appear slightly off-key, allowing us, through this combination of apparent simplicity and unbalance, to grasp at the individual and what remains real and human in a society under surveillance.

Juan Pablo Macías

(Mexico, 1974) his work is a research on anarchism
 as a critique of representation and takes several forms: editorial projects, poetry, video, installations, performance, serve as 
fields to signal the encounter between
 power-knowledge and insurrectional-knowledge. He is editor in chief of tiempo muerto journal (2012) and
 word+moist press (2014). He co-founded of Salvator Rosa gallery in 2018 and is the actual president of Carico Massimo.

Leonhard Müllner

(Graz, 1987) is a visual artist and media researcher. He studied Visual Art and Media Art in Linz, Leipzig and Vienna. Currently he is writing his PHD in Practice in Cultural Studies. He has international exhibition, screening and residency experience. From 2018-2020 he achieved 21 awards, like the ​Best Austrian Film​ award at VIS, ​Best Short Documentary Award​ at the Diagonale Film Festival, the ​Loop Discovery Award Barcelona​ and the ​Contemporary Visual Arts Award​ of Styria Province.

Marco Raffaele

(Turin, 1965) Lives and works in Vinci (FI). He teaches in the Biennium of Visual Arts and New Expressive Languages at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. Over the years he has used various expressive tools, finalizing his research on issues related to the landscape as an identity element of his own experience and a protected landing place for precious memories, free fragments of personal memory to which he can re-attribute origin and dating.

Marcos Lutyens

(London, 1964) Building on his investigations into consciousness and social dynamics, Lutyens has developed projects that involve our external surroundings. Works include interactions with pedestrian flows, social media dialogue, air quality levels, animal and biological intercommunication and other dynamics that are generally invisible to the casual observer, and yet as important as the subjective processes of the inner mind.

Maria Pecchioli

is an artist and producer of cross-media platforms, performer and filmmaker attentive to the processes of individual and collective transformation, a scholar of Taoism and de I-ching book of changes. She plays planetary gongs performing in the artistic and sound-vibrational field. She is the creator of the “Corniolo Art Platform” artistic residence (since 2011). The films “Cherokee Streert - The Mutual Conquest” and “She said yes” have won national and international prizes and awards.

Mario de Vega

(Mexico City, 1979) is an experimental sound artist. His works include site-specific interventions and experiments in psychoacoustics that frequently push the limits of audio perception. He uses challenging frequencies said to induce visceral reactions in the audience, and sound as a tool to confront contemporary issues around and personal experiences of vulnerability.

Massimo Bartolini

his work is investigating the uncanny side of architecture, of objects and the idea of Music as a forming force. “In Bartolini’s oeuvre a metamorphosis of the world invites us to share the instants resulting from a process of transformation: to the transformation of the external the artist adds the possibility of an inner transformation through a call to contemplation and meditation that is inherent to each of his projects.” J.Fernandes.

Massimo Carozzi

is a sound recordist, sound designer and musician based in Bologna, Italy. Engaged in exploring the connections between sound and image, sound and stage, sound and literature, sound and space, he created sound design for theatre, documentaries, short films, installations. In September 2000, he co-founded the art collective ZimmerFrei with Anna Rispoli and Anna De Manincor.

Massimo Mazzone

artist and activist spokesperson for Escuela Moderna/Ateneo Libertario collective; he researches on the relationships between body, sculpture and architecture. He teaches Sculpture Techniques at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts; he participated in Venice Biennale in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2008, 2016, 2017, 2018 and published books and articles with Alternative Press, Mimesis, Libertaria, ApARTe, Artslife, Artribune, Hipo-Tesis, Catedra, Metalocus, UTET, Bordeaux, Milieu, Perspectives, Argos.

Massimo Ricciardo

(Darmstadt, 1979) trained at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, he lives in Turin. The artist works on archival images, photographs, amateur videos, publications and painting. Part of his artistic research focuses on the displacement and temporal transposition of these traces in our contemporary world. His works have been presented in solo and group exhibitions in Italian and foreign institutions.

Maurizio Lazzarato

(born 1955) is an Italian sociologist and philosopher, residing in Paris, France. In the 1970s, he was an activist in the workers’ movement (Autonomia Operaia) in Italy. Lazzarato was a founding member of the editorial board of the journal Multitudes. He is a researcher at Matisse/CNRS, Pantheon-Sorbonne University (University Paris I), and a member of the International College of Philosophy in Paris.

Meris Angioletti

(Bergamo 1977) artist and researcher associated of ACTE institute, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. She is working on a doctoral thesis entitled “De bouche à oreille. Vocalités et transmissions dans dell’arte conteporain”. Using variable devices, such as sound and light installation, video, slide projection or even the performative conference and text, her research focuses on the mechanisms of perception, memory, body and voice.

Niccolò Lucarelli

(Prato, 1983) graduated in International Studies, he is curator, art critic, military historian. He collaborates with various publications and with the Army General Staff.

Oliver Ressler

is an artist and filmmaker who produces installations, projects in public space, and films on issues such as economics, democracy, migration, the climate crisis, forms of resistance and social alternatives.
He has completed thirty-four films that have been screened in thousands of events of social movements, art institutions and film festivals. A retrospective of his films took place at Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève in 2013.

Pedro G. Romero

His body of work unfolds through multiple disciplines where can see him working as curator, sculptor, painter, flamenco expert, performer, theatrical author, screenwriter, etc. As well as critic of art and literature, editor and essayist. His project La farsa monea (2017), created with El Niño de Elche and Israel Galván for dOCUMENTA14, focuses on issues such as debt, the present economic inequalities or the new work-related ethics where the body acts as an exhange value.

Pietro Gaglianò

(1975), is an art critic, educator and independent curator. He is interested in the relationship between the aesthetics of power and the counter-narrations played by art. In his projects he experiments hybrid formats between art and social sciences aimed to foster a political perception of the public space and the community. He published La sintassi della libertà. Arte, pedagogia, anarchia (Gli Ori, 2020) and Memento. The obsession with the visible (Postmedia Books, 2016).

post-duo

(Jee Chan and Stefan Pente feat. Marshmallow)
With the collaboration of things we produce sounds. With our collaboration, things sound… things work together. Alternative potentials and futures dance all around.

Premiata Ditta

founded in 1984 by Anna Stuart Tovini and Vincenzo Chiarandà, Premiata Ditta questioned the issues of authorship and individuality, evoking, in order to subvert them, the business logic of production and profit. The artists have participated in Biennials, Quadrennials and international exhibitions. In 1995 they created the UnDo.Net network, which is still accessible today as an online archive. In recent years Premiata Ditta has organized Studi Festival and currently Walk-In Studio.

Ramona Ponzini

debuted in 2005 with Painting Petals On Planet Ghost, focused on Japanese poetry as a source of musicable lyrics, which landed on PSF Records, Japan’s cult label. She has collaborated with figures such as Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth, with industrial percussionist Z’ev. Her solo project consists of unusual DJ sets contaminated by vocal interactions and sound collages. In 2016 she founded, with Matteo Mottin, Treti Galaxie, a contemporary art project. 
In 2018 she was resident dj at OGR in Turin.

Sandra Burchi

dopo la Laurea in Filosofia all’Università di Pisa il suo percorso di ricerca è proseguito nelle scienze sociali. Da sempre appassionata di studi femministi, ha scritto sulle forme e le esperienze del lavoro delle donne, in particolare sull’esperienza del lavorare a/da casa in “Ripartire da casa. Lavori e reti dallo spazio domestico” (Griff, 2014). Socia fondatrice dei IaphItalia (Associazione internazionale delle filosofe) e di Teatro Rossi Aperto. Collabora con la Rivista DWF donnawomenfemme

Silvia Hell

(Bolzano, 1983) She’s focused on sculpture, photography, site-specific installations, relational works. Her research situates in actions and ways of thinking, instituting forms of tension within method, between conventional objectivity of referent and original models of presentation and formalization of the Real. Her interest is in analysing and processing different languages, information and public data. From 2011 she’s active with the interdisciplinary project Cose Cosmiche.

Stefano Chiodi

teaches History of Contemporary Art at Roma Tre. He has published numerous essays on art and visual culture between the early and late twentieth centuries; his most recent book is Genius Loci. Anatomy of an Italian myth (2021). He has edited texts and catalogs, including Marina Ballo Charmet, Con la coda dell’occhio (2017); Alberto Boatto, Ghenos Eros Thanatos and other writings (2016). Alberto Boatto The view from the outside exhibition at MAXXI will remain open until October 2021.

Steven Connor

is Grace 2 Professor of English in the University of Cambridge and Director of Cambridge’s Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH). He has published books on many topics, including Dickens, Beckett, Joyce, value, ventriloquism, skin, flies and numerical thinking. He is the author of The Matter of Air: Science and Art of the Ethereal (London: Reaktion, 2010).

Susanna Flock

through here work, she explores the relationship of the body to its technologically mediated environment. She uses several media like text, sound, photography, graphics, installation and video. She is concerned in how digitalization has shaken up the structural conditions in which we live in.

Valentina Costa

has dedicated herself to contemporary art for almost twenty years. After a first experience in Flash Art, she has worked for important galleries, like Massimo Minini and Continua. She collaborates with several art magazines and curates exhibition projects for young artists in private and independent art spaces. Since 2018 she has been an independent art consultant and project manager. Since 2015 a member of Carico Massimo.

Valeria Montoya

(Mexico, 1983) born as a Mexican, Hispanic Woman. She practices walking, as an essential embodied tool to study and experience the landscape of a territory. She uses the urban walk as a tool that allows her to think about the political, somatic and imaginative possibilities of artistic practice and curatorship, and of its relationship with public space. She is still learning to walk.
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Veit Stratmann

(Bochum 1960) Here are a few questions that keep me going: can an artistic gesture be based on the notions of choice, of decision-making by the viewer, of the posture of those who encounter the artwork? Can this decision-making become constructive material? If I assume that decision-making is the smallest unit of political and social action, can an encounter with art generate a permanent oscillation between a political and an aesthetical statement/gesture?

Vincenzo Estremo

(Caserta, 1980) is a theorist on moving image and a lecturer on media theory an phenomenology of the image at NABA in Milan. He co-directs the editorial series Cinema and Contemporary Art (Mimesis International) and he is a founder and chief editor of Droste Effect. He has published Teoria del lavoro reputazionale (2020), Albert Serra, cinema, arte e performance (2018), Extended Temporalities. Transient Visions in Museum and Art (2016).

Vittorio Corsini

(Cecina,1956) he received his degree in modern literature from the University of Pisa. In the late ’80s, he began his own research, working on objects of everyday use and, in the early 2000s, he began researching the quality of the existing space between people. He has created various permanent “sculptures:” Le parole scaldano, Uomini, Cortile, lo sguardo di Peccioli, chi mi parla?, … He teaches Sculpture at the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan.

Wukir Suryadi

(Java, 1977) is an avant-garde musician and instrument maker who mixes experimental music and folklore traditions. His band Senyawa, enjoyed considerable success on the international music scene. Describing himself as a “sounds researcher”, he produced musical arrangements and sound designs for Teater Idiot and Teater Ragil. He took part of Bengkel Teater run by WS Rendra, one of Indonesia’s leading poets, dramatists and directors, and at the Second Yinchuan Biennale curated by Marco Scotini.

Zbyněk Baladrán

(Prague, 1973) is a visual artist, curator and exhibition architect. In his works he is investigating territories that are occupied by that part of civilization, which we call Western. Using methodology similar to those used by the ethnographer, the anthropologist and the sociologist, this post-humanist “archaeologist” is digging up the remnants of the not-so-distant past, looking particularly at societal systems in relation to the heritage of the political left.