Video Sound Art curates exhibition projects at foundations, museums and international biennales – Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana, Manifesta Biennal.
The curatorial interventions – research paths, retrospectives, new productions – aim to establish a connection between the works and the exhibition spaces and are based on the relationship between contemporary expressive languages – audio, video, installations, performance.
Video Sound Art works in synergy with the commissioning institutions to create an artistic proposal in dialogue with the context of reference. The constant confrontation between staff, artists, curators and guest venues allows for the embracing of different worldviews and the concept of co-authorship.
in collaboration with Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana
Gestus, conceived by Video Sound Art, is the first exhibition project hosted in the space of the Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi, in Venice. The exhibition is divided into two acts and is inspired by the reflections on the body by the great theatre masters of the 20th century (Artaud, Copeau, Decroux, Mejerchol’d). It investigates physical language as an activator of a transformative, spiritual and social dynamic. The whole project is conceived as a constantly evolving body reified by two pairs of performers and a chorus of performers.
Andrea Di Lorenzo
Collateral event Manifesta 12 Palermo
Video Sound Art presents in the city of Palermo an exhibition project selected by the nomadic European Biennial Manifesta 12 as a collateral event.
Talpe. Well said, Old mole, curated by Marta Cereda and Laura Lamonea, is a collective exhibition articulated in the corridors and classrooms of the Liceo Statale Umberto I. Starting from a reflection by essayist Gilles Clément, the mole artists move the earth by narrating neglected and hidden aspects of reality.
Oli Bonzanigo (in collaborazione con Emanuele Wiltsch Barberio)
Massimo Della Pola