NO FLOOR edition launch at NERO hq

28 February 2013

No Floor is a web-based stage for streaming happenings, performances and Internet interventions, conceived and developed by NERO collaborator, artist and art director Federico Proietti.

Next Saturday at the NERO headquarters, No Floor presents it second edition by Swiss artist Lorenzo Bernet, based on his online performance Distrattenzione, which took place last October on www.no-floor.com. (more…)

Giulia Piscitelli – Sim Sala Bim

<em>Giulia Piscitelli</em>, Sim Sala Bim, 2013, exhibition view, galleria Fonti, Napoli

Giulia Piscitelli, Sim Sala Bim, 2013, exhibition view, galleria Fonti, Napoli

 

Entering the gallery, the visitor is hit by an incessant noise of a flag strongly wind-blown. Is the sound of the video BRICST projected in the first room of the gallery wherein a red flag, one of those used on beaches to indicate heavy sea or danger, waves on a black background. (more…)

Supperusurpedsupper – Nomas Foundation

<em>Finally Rome</em> by Jugedamos. A collage of two images from the collections: La Boulonnaise, 1870s, by Jules Dalou from David Roberts Art Foundation; and Demonstrative cultural situation 2 (UFO), 1989, by Julius Koller from both Kadist Art Foundation and Nomas Foundation.

Finally Rome by Jugedamos. A collage of two images from the collections: La Boulonnaise, 1870s, by Jules Dalou from David Roberts Art Foundation; and Demonstrative cultural situation 2 (UFO), 1989, by Julius Koller from both Kadist Art Foundation and Nomas Foundation.

 

Collecting Matters, an exchange, is an ongoing project initiated by Nomas Foundation, Kadist Art Foundation, and David Roberts Art Foundation. The project investigates the notions of collection/collecting through a discursive and on-going research platform. (more…)

Sonia Kacem – Dramaticule

<em>Sonia Kacem</em>, installation view, T293

Sonia Kacem, installation view, T293

 

On the occasion of her first solo show at T293 the Swiss-Tunisian artist Sonia Kacem presents a site-specific installation in several volumes, evoking the fundamental issues related to sculpture and more specifically those of the dematerialization and the decomposition of classical forms. (more…)

Guido van der Werve – Nummer Veertien, Home

Guido van der Werve, Nummer veertien, home, 4k video, 54'00'', Poland, Greece, Holland, Germany, Egypt, India, France 2012 Courtesy Monitor Gallery, Rome; Juliette Jongma, Amsterdam; Marc Foxx, Los Angeles; Luhring Augustine, New York; Fondazione Giuliani, Rome.

Guido van der Werve, Nummer veertien, home, 4k video, 54’00”, Poland, Greece, Holland, Germany, Egypt, India, France 2012 Courtesy Monitor Gallery, Rome; Juliette Jongma, Amsterdam; Marc Foxx, Los Angeles; Luhring Augustine, New York; Fondazione Giuliani, Rome.

 

Since 2003, when Guido van der Werve made his first film, the Dutch artist has based his works on offbeat, intense performative actions, which play on a continual shift from the real to the fantastic. (more…)

Luca Francesconi – Geode Cupa

<em>installation view</em>, Geode Cupa, credits: Andrea Rossetti

installation view, Geode Cupa, credits: Andrea Rossetti

 

Fluxia is glad to present its second solo exhibition by Luca Francesconi (Mantua, 1979). Geode Cupa is a gestating, potential exhibition. His attempt is to describe a pregnant, female identity through a series of fragments and works, elements that serve to provide a semantic field around this hypothetical figure. (more…)