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.

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