The School Narrative Dance, Roma

Founded in 2013 by Marinella Senatore, The School of Narrative Dance is a long-term project. It is “focused on the idea of storytelling as an experience that can be explored choreographically, on non-hierarchical learning, self-training and the creation of an active citizenship through informal education. Nomadic and free of charge, the School takes different forms depending on the spaces it temporarily occupies, and proposes an alternative system of education, based on emancipation, inclusion, and self-cultivation” as the artist herself says. Further, the idea of “narrative dance” suggests different possibilities of narration, and therefore of perceiving and defining reality.

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We are gathering photos or images related to CODALUNGA since 2005, in view of a publication that traces the 10 year history of this place. If you are interested in participating in the project, please send your own material and credits to by the 31st of December 2016 and you will be part of this collective recount.

Melanie Bonajo at Foam, Amsterdam

Melanie Bonajo, still from night soil fake paradise, 2015
courtesy Akinci Amsterdam, W712, H400, H400, Q85


As part of the exhibition series Next Level, Foam presents the first major solo museum exhibition by Melanie Bonajo, who lives in Amsterdam and New York. It includes the first chance to see in its entirety the video trilogy Night Soil, which she has been working on since 2014. Bonajo occupies a unique position in contemporary art and has developed into a wayward artist who works in various disciplines including photography, video, installations, publications, performance and music. Never, since the start of her career, has Bonajo fitted into any of the artistic pigeon holes. Particularly striking are her anarchist streak and her energetic ability to escape from social conventions. (more…)

Namsal Siedlecki at Frankfurt am Main, Berlin

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1. A natural outer covering or coat, such as the skin of an animal or the membrane enclosingan organ. (more…)

SPRINT Independent Publishers and Artists’ Books Salon, Milan


NERO is pleased to announce the fourth edition of SPRINT, an independent publishers and artists’ books salon conceived by the non-profit O’ associazione and curated by artist Dafne Boggeri. (more…)


Talking about foot bathing with friends, we came to the conclusion that this strictly feminine practice of laying one’s feet into saltwater, comes from mermaids. Feet – the human equivalent of the fish’s tail – must reconcile with their original environment: saltwater, indeed.
Definitely odd, this theory was useful to me over time, to explain a series of phenomena that, otherwise, would have just appeared alien – inscrutable.