alcramer [Alfredo Cramerotti]

AN INVISIBLE ENERGY DIVES AND PHENOMENA OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Posted in nEws and rEleases, Uncategorized by alcramer on January 29, 2019

PHANTOMOLOGY – THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT | AN INVISIBLE ENERGY DIVES AND PHENOMENA OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Friday 1st February 2019
CUBO, Bologna, Italy

Force Field

FORCE FIELD,  2016. | performance in collaboration with Paul Prudence. Image courtesy of Phantomology;  project curated by Marco Mancuso, Daniela Tozzi and Ilaria Bignotti
for the spaces of CUBO in Bologna.

Panel Discussion
Moderated by: Marco Mancuso and Ilaria Bignotti
With: Ugo La Pietra, Ariane Koek, Alfredo Cramerotti

“Fantomologia” is a term coined by Polish science fiction writer and philosopher Stanislaw Lem, in his essay “Summa Technologiae” of 1964. The theme dealt with is the role of man in relation to a vast and stratified universe, existing beyond of its physical and sensory limitations, differently intelligent and as such capable of creating or breaking down barriers of understanding and dialogue between different elements.

The curatorial project proposed by Marco Mancuso, Daniela Tozzi and Ilaria Bignotti for the spaces of CUBO Unipol, analyzes the concept of environment in a wide and complete way: the technological environment (the installation The Nemesis Machine of the media artist Room) and its comparison with the historical works (Immersioni – Caschi Sonori, Commutatore) by the artist Ugo La Pietra, the sub-atomic environment (the Force Field performance by the duo of science artist Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand), the architectural environment (the panel moderated by Daniela Tozzi with Bertram Niessen, Paolo Rigamonti and Salvatore Di Dio) and finally the phenomenological environment (the panel moderated by Marco Mancuso and Ilaria Bignotti with Ugo La Pietra, Ariane Koek and Alfredo Cramerotti)

The phenomenological environment is therefore addressed through the panel entitled “An invisible energy. Immersions and phenomena of contemporary art “, structured in turn as an ecosystem in which to share ideas and topics, a context that brings together artists and curators who for years have been exploring these issues in terms of production, research and market potential.

Furla Award 2011

Posted in nEws and rEleases by alcramer on November 25, 2010

VOGUE ITALIA

by Fabiana Gilardi

Published:
11/18/2010

 

The names of the five finalists and of the curators, protagonists of the eighth edition of one of the Italian excellence awards that support young contemporary artists, were announced

Pleure qui peut, rit qui veut (those who can, cry; those who want, laugh) is the title that accompanies the eighth edition of the Furla 2011 Award, contest that was born from the will of the Fondazione Querini of Venice, conceived by Chiara Bertola and promoted by the artistic sensibility of Giovanna Furlanetto, president of Furla, the Emilia leather brand, with MAMbo – Museum of Modern Art of Bologna, presented yesterday in Milan.
The slowness, portrayed by a graphic image that sees a clown in conflict between laughing and crying (under, the image), both pieces by the French artist Christian Boltanski, godfather of this edition, turns to open a new horizon of reflection on contemporary art that the Award is committed to represent, for ten years now, by supporting young Italian artists and curators, put to dialogue with art critics, museum directors and prestigious international art centers, to discover a new Italian way of art.
Protagonists of this new dialogue are the artists Andrea Respiro and Davide Gennarino, of the Alis/FilliolFrancesco ArenaRossella BiscottiMatteo Rubbi and Marinella Senatore, whose pieces, a mass of sculptures and installations of heterogeneous materials, selected by the curators Lorenzo BruniCecilia CanzianiAlfredo CramerottiVincenzoDe BellisSimone MenegoiCarson ChanVincent HonoréEmily PethickPhilippe Pirotte and Marianne Lanavère, will be exposed, one day after the announcement of the winner, from January 29 to the 6 of February 2011 at Palazzo Pepoli, historic Bologna building recently renovated by the Fondazione Carisbo, new partner of the Award.

“Pleure qui peut, rit qui veut (those who can, cry; those who want, laugh)” is the title that accompanies the eighth edition of the Furla 2011 Award, contest that was born from the will of the Fondazione Querini of Venice, conceived by Chiara Bertola and promoted by the artistic sensibility of Giovanna Furlanetto, designer and owner of the Emilia leather brand, with MAMbo – Museum of Modern Art of Bologna, presented today in Milan.
The slowness, portrayed by a graphic image that sees a clown in conflict between laughing and crying, both pieces by the French artist Christian Boltanski, godfather of this edition, turns to open a new horizon of reflection on contemporary art that the Award is committed to represent, for ten years now, by supporting young Italian artists and curators, put to dialogue with art critics, museum directors and prestigious international art centers, to discover a new Italian way of art.
Protagonists of this new dialogue are the artists Andrea Respiro and Davide Gennarino, of the Alis/Filliol, Francesco Arena, Rossella Biscotti, Matteo Rubbi and Marinella Senatore, whose pieces, a mass of sculptures and installations of heterogeneous materials, selected by the curators Lorenzo Bruni, Cecilia Canziani, Alfredo Cramerotti, Vincenzo De Bellis, Simone Menegoi, Carson Chan, Vincent Honoré, Emily Pethick, Philippe Pirotte and Marianne Lanavère, will be exposed, one day after the announcement of the winner, from January 29 to the 6 of February 2011 at Palazzo Pepoli, historic Bologna building recently renovated by the  Fondazione Carisbo, new partner of the Award.

Protected: Perché non ero bravo a descrivere una donna

Posted in Storie [Italian] by alcramer on December 29, 2007

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