SOME TASTING OF VIDEO ART

Focus talk on video-art. Screening of the finalists of the Premio Fabbri

VICOLO ARCO

DOVE VA LA VIDEOARTE ITALIANA? – TALK

TUESDAY 23rd JULY
h. 9:30 p.m.

Curator Carlo Sala in dialogue with the artists shortlisted at the Fabbri Award, and namely: Pamela Breda, Lorenzo Casali and Micol Roubini, Lucia Cristiani, Irene Dionisio, Roberto Fassone, Riccardo Giacconi, Gianluca Marinelli, Elena Mazzi, Caterina Shanta, Luca Staccioli and Sara Tirelli. The Italian emerging authors working in video art do so via a plurality of approaches: from found footage

movies to the neo-documentary vision; from aestheticizing atmospheres to expressions of the post-Internet visual culture; from performance documentation to sarcasm through nonsense. This exhibition curated by Carlo Sala presents a series of videos by shortlisted authors of various editions of the Francesco Fabbri Prize for Contemporary Arts.

Curated by Carlo Sala

Landscape Becoming Landscape

Pamela Breda
Italy | 2019 | 2’42’’

Watna

Lorenzo Casali, Micol Roubini
Italy | 2019 | 22′ 25”

Passerò domani

Lucia Cristiani
Italy | 2016 | 8’40”

Il mio unico crimine è vedere chiaro nella notte

Irene Dionisio
Italy | 2018 | 10’

Tilolele 1, 2, 3

Roberto Fassone, Courtesy Fanta MLN
Italy | 2017-on going

Due

Riccardo Giacconi
Italy | 2017 | 16’55″

Manto

Gianluca Marinelli
Italy | 2017 | 13’

A Fragmented World

Elena Mazzi, Sara Tirelli
Italy | 2016 | 5’18”

Bird view: a gaming landscape

Caterina Shanta
Italy | 2018 | 13’

Please stand behind the yellow line (DHG)

Luca Staccioli
Italy | 2019 | 7‘21’’

VICOLO ARCO

MONDAY 22nd JULY
h. 9:00 p.m.

TUESDAY 23rd JULY
h. 10:30 p.m.

LIDO

THURSDAY 25th JULY
h. 11:00 p.m.

FRIDAY 26th JULY
h. 11:00 p.m.