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|BLIND FILES | MAY 8 - JUNE 12 2009 REVIEW STUDIOS - KANSAS CITY, MO|
A new solo show, Blind Files, opens Friday, May 8 at Review Studios in Kansas City, and closes on June 12, 2009.
Included in the show are: b/w photographs from the Blind Files series, paintings and installations from Roma, and Becoming Blind (Notebook #4), a five-channel video/sound installation...
Two limited edition books have been published to accompany the show: Blind Files (15x11.5 hardcover, 24 pp, 16 plates, edition of 200) and n4 (7x7 hardcover, 40 pp, with DVD, edition of 200.) Both books are available for purchase at www.flamini.com
|ITALIAN EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA | DECEMBER 12-14, 2008. NUOVO CINEMA AQUILA, ROME, ITALY.|
Piero Pala and the folks at Complus Events have put together the first Italian Experimental Cinema, with screenings from December 12 to the 14 at the Nuovo Cinema Aquila, in Rome.
A selection of 13 works by Andrea Flamini will be presented –from his early database narrative projects to the most recent works from the Notebooks series. The premiere of The Edge of Things, Flamini’s latest work, on December 12, will conclude the program.
The retrospective is part of Italian Experimental Cinema, a festival and multimedia event also featuring, among others, the work of Luca Buvoli, Luigi Veronesi, Carlo Zanni, and Zimmerfrei.
Italian Experimental Cinema takes a critical look at Italian artists working with the moving image from Futurism to the most recent developments. The Festival runs from December 10 to the 14, at the Nuovo Cinema Aquila, with special events at the French Embassy in piazza Farnese in Rome.
Sponsors are the Comune di Roma, and the French Embassy in Italy. The event is organized by ComPlus Events. A catalog will accompany the event.
|HERE COME THE ROLLING BONES. VISION PARADOXES: BETWEEN ETHICS AND TECHNIQUES | STUDIO MATTEO BOETTI APR 2 - JUL 11, 2008|
Curated by Piero Pala and Benedetta di Loreto
On April the 2nd from 6.30pm the Studio MATTEO BOETTI will be presenting Here come the rolling bones. Vision Paradoxes: between ethics and techniques.
Here come the rolling bones. Vision Paradoxes: between ethics and techniques ponders on the production process of images, starting from reality and moving to that extremely enigmatic tendency of human kind to express itself through the production of images rather then relating to the surrounding reality.
In the project room, two installations and a selection of art videos will be juxtaposed, thus creating - as a metaphor of visual perception - a gradual path through the object’s reality and the different ways of projecting and interpreting it.