With a presentation by Janine Sack and the publications of eeclectic.de. What if we consider the elements of the urban environment as sculptures, or better as objects? And what if a piece of furniture becomes a thinking-tool? Modernism set a precise functional hierarchy to things, creating a logical relationship between big and small. Design seems sometimes like an invisible hand, an éminence grise, and from a building to a
The artists in dialogue will talk about their approach to history and its stratifications and to landscape, starting with each talking about the other’s images to then focus on their publications.
There is a cliché for which adapting a content passing from a media to another, for instance the film adaptation of a book, is a useless operation. The many adaptations and versions of the fundamental 1962 short film by Chris Marker, La Jetée -which in turn is inspired by Hitchcock's Vertigo-, but also Psycho book adaptation by RJ Anobile, show on the opposite not only a way more complex relationship between the starting information
“It was summer and like many children I was spending my days at a summer camp. One evening I came home very excited and after having dinner with my grandmother I went upstairs where my mother and I lived with the intention of going to sleep. As soon as I entered I saw my mother and a man sitting on the couch watching television. My mother asked me how the day had gone and
Cristina Ferraiuolo spent many yeas taking pictures of her city, Naples, wondering around the neighbourhoods with her scooter, always open to new encounters. She takes pictures of female teenagers, nowadays proud Amazons, riding their scooters like she did, conquering few meters of their surroundings in a crazy ride, ready to rock the world in that very short moment of their lives when everything seems possible. Cristina's street photography is of an intimate kind, almost
Sofia Ricciardi, here at her first solo show, works with collage using contemporary art magazines as raw material for her projects. With a cheerful irony, at least in appearance, she focuses on fragmentation and impermanence and on the varied balance between familiar and unfamiliar. On the occasion of her exhibition at Leporello she produced a fanzine, on show together with a series of works on paper and a concrete sculpture painted with