Franco Ariaudo

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Franco Ariaudo (b. Cuneo, 1979) lives and works in Turin, Italy. Ariaudo’s transdisciplinary research draws on anthropology, sociology, ritualism, sport and leisure. On a formal level, Ariaudo constructs mechanical and sculptural devices, and engages in performances, video and installations that, by virtue of small perceptual variances, tend to disturb the habitual gaze of the spectator. His work highlights and features “the play of forces at play”- that tension between contrasting movements and energies that leads to a specific subject becoming an object of contention (between tradition and modernity, power and submission). His recent exhibitions include Mirror Project#5 (Turin); Les sentiers battus sont pleins de fictions endormies (Cuneo); De arte gymnastica (Turin); The Pitcher (Rome); Convulsion Ltd. : further thoughts from new associates (Bucharest)Franco Ariaudo is member of Progetto Diogene (Turin) since 2011 and in 2013 he was artist in residence at Khoj, International Artist Association, New Delhi, India via of Resò network.


WORKS

Why Did You Doubt, Screenprint on Fedrigoni Splendorlux Metal silver 250 gsm, ed. of 5, 2019.

Why Did You Doubt, Screenprint on Fedrigoni Splendorlux Metal silver 250 gsm, ed. of 5, 2019.

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

PETER Mt 14:31, 2019, steel, alloy, wood, water, hydro pump.

PETER Mt 14:31, 2019, steel, alloy, wood, water, hydro pump.

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

Water Shoes, Ed. of 2, Dx-Sx, mixed media, 2019

Pitcher Grips, Ed of 3, digital print, framed, 29 x 42 each, 2015

Pitcher Grips, Ed of 3, digital print, framed, 29 x 42 each, 2015MDF wood, 20 x 28 x 13 cm, 2015.

Untitled, mdf wood, 28 x 20 x 13 cm. 2015.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised act 1, lambda print, 70 x 100 cm, ed. 1/5, 2015.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised act 1, lambda print, 70 x 100 cm, ed. 1/5, 2015.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised act 2, lambda print, 70 x 100 cm, ed. 1/5, 2015.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised act 2, lambda print, 70 x 100 cm, ed. 1/5, 2015. 

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised act 3, lambda print, 70 x 100 cm, ed. 1/5, 2015.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised act 3, lambda print, 70 x 100 cm, ed. 1/5, 2015.

Giulia Filippi

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Giulia Filippi (Vicenza 1982) studied at the “Accademia di Belle Arti” in Venice, where she graduated (MA and BA in Visual Art) in 2014, with honors. Between 2009 and 2010 she has been part of three Finnish Artist’s Residencies in Rauma, Kemijarvi and Lahti. Since 2007 she designs and realizes art workshops for the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, since 2007 she collaborates with Viaindustriae (Foligno, PG) for different cultural and artistic projects. Since 2012, in collaboration with PGC and OVS, she design art workshops for “Kids Creative Lab”, an educational project for the italian primary schools. Since 2004, for artistic and educational projects, she has collaborated with: Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice, Associazione LOVE (VE), Associazione Norma (RA), Associazione Tonino Guerra in Pennabilli (RN), Ceramiche Tosin (VI), Fondazione Marino Golinelli in Bologna, Hangar Bicocca in Milan, Lineasette ceramiche (VI), Lubiam Spa in Mantua, Palazzo Lucarini in Trevi (PG), Raumars in Rauma (Finland), Studio Orta in Les Moulins and Paris, Suzzara Municipality (MN), Venice Municipality, Venice Biennale, various schools all over Europe for educational and Erasmus+ projects.

Selected exibition

2017, 
March-April, Come in cielo, Colli Independent, Rome
2016, April, Cinquepiùdue: Il tempo sospeso, Artespressione Gallery, Milan Design Week, Milan
2015, November, Stelle variabili, Gallano Castle, Valtopina (PG)
2010, October, Quarto numero primo, San Carlo’s church, Spoleto (PG)
2009, November, Nitistä, Galleria A+A, Venice with the collaboration of Francesco Fonassi
2008, April, Voyeur, Teatro Astra, Vicenza

GROUP

2016, October, Franca, Cannara (PG)
2016, September, NoPlace.Space 3, 49° Premio Suzzara (Prize), Suzzara (MN)
2015, October, SantaCaterina VS Artverona, Artverona Fair, Verona
2015, October-November, VisoAvviso, Fuseum, Brajo Fuso Art Center, Perugia
2015, March-April, Verbovisioni, Magazzino del Sale 3, Venice
2014, December-January 2015, Baculus, Palazzo Collicola arti visive, Spoleto (PG)
2014, August, Luce nera, Truffles Museum, Scheggino (PG)
2014, August, Baculus, Archeological Museum, Spoleto(PG)
2014, July-December, Isole risonanti, Lace Museum, Isola Maggiore, Trasimeno Lake (PG)
2014, June-September, Artist’s book rules, Palazzo Collicola arti visive, Spoleto (PG)
2013, June-September, Viaggiatori sulla Flaminia, Campello sul Clitunno (PG)
2013, September-November, Evanescenze, Vainart gallery, Mestre (VE)
2013, October-December, Il corpo impermanente/paesaggio, Cascia (PG)
2012, December, Uno, Interno 4, Bologna
2012, December, Gemmazioni, Venice Art Accademy, Venice
2012, May-September, Officine dell’Umbria, Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary, Trevi (PG)
2012, February-May, Rauma art Museum, Rauma, Finland
2011, October-November, Essai(y), Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venice
2011, October, Park edge, Forte Marghera, Venice
2011, October-December, XV BJCEM, Mediterranean Biennale, Thessaloniki, Greece
2011, July-August, Ogni luogo è temporaneamente un palazzo, Private house, Cortona (AR)
2011, May-July, Luci sorgenti 2, Museo civico Sant’Antonio, Cascia (PG)
2011, February-March, Essai(y), Magazzino del sale 3, Venice
2010, April, Art, Science and Education, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice
2010, June-July, OUT-BOOK, Palazzo Mauri, Spoleto (PG)
2010, July, Manufattoinsitu 4, Cancelli di Foligno, Foligno (PG)
2009, December-January, Fishing net for snowflakes, Äijänsuon Arena, Rauma, Finland
2009, July, Manufattoinsitu 3, Cancelli di Foligno (PG)
2009, April, Kemijärvi Artist Residence, Studio opening, Kemijärvi, Lapland, Finland
2009, March, Nudisegni, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Palazzetto Tito, Venice
2008, December-January, Sembianze, Galleria Contemporaneo, Mestre (VE)
2008, April, Traiettorie liquide, Bevilacqua La Masa Gallery, Venice
2007, December, Frammenti del Sistema Solare, Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Codroipo (UD)
2007, December, Esercizi di stile, A+A Gallery, Venice
2007, June, Street up boat, live performances, organized by Byblos art gallery, Venice Biennale
2007, May, Oggetto LIBERo, Sala del Cenacolo, Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence
2006, December, In Notte Placida, Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Codroipo (UD)
2006, July, Fleurs, C.A.L.M.A. Cultural Association, Perugia
2006, June, Italian Factory, Casa del Pane, Milan
2003 July-2005 January, “Opus Liber” 3, GNAM, National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome
Drawing Academy in Florence and Virgilian Museum in Mantua
2002 July-2003 May, “Opus Liber” 2, GNAM, National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome
Drawing Academy in Florence and Virgilian Museum in Mantua

Feathers, 50 x 47 x 30, mixed feathers, brass wire,  industrial glue, 2019.

Feathers, 50 x 47 x 30, mixed feathers, brass wire, industrial glue, 2019.

Vulcanite, series of 4 sculptures,  different sizes, vulcanite, rock dust, 2017.

Vulcanite, series of 4 sculptures, different sizes, vulcanite, rock dust, 2017.

Armin Linke

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Armin Linke was born in 1966 and lives in Milan and Berlin. As a photographer and filmmaker he combines a range of contemporary image-processing technologies in order to blur the borders between fiction and reality. His artistic practice is concerned with different possibilities of dealing with photographic archives and their respective manifestations, as well as with the interrelations and transformative powers between urban, architectural or spatial functions and the human beings interacting with these environments. Through work with his own archive, as well as with other historical archives, Linke challenges the conventions of photographic practice, whereby the questions of how photography is installed and displayed become increasingly important. When the artist takes over the role of an exhibition maker in a collective approach, together with artists, designers, architects, historians and curators, narratives are procured on the level of multiple discourses. He is currently professor at the HfG Karlsruhe.


WORKS

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Jeux Sans Frontières (IBN_000052_6), 1995, riproduzione da negativo originale, stampa su carta baritata con trattamento al selenio per la conservazione, ed. 1/5 + 2AP, 50 x 60 cm, 2016

Jeux Sans Frontières (IBN_000051_20), 1995, riproduzione da negativo originale, stampa su carta baritata con trattamento al selenio per la conservazione, ed. 1/5 + 2AP, 50 x 60 cm, 2016

Jeux Sans Frontières (IBN_000051_20), 1995, riproduzione da negativo originale, stampa su carta baritata con trattamento al selenio per la conservazione, ed. 1/5 + 2AP, 50 x 60 cm, 2016

Jeux Sans Frontières (IBN_000052_6), 1995, riproduzione da negativo originale, stampa su carta baritata con trattamento al selenio per la conservazione, ed. 1/5 + 2AP, 50 x 60 cm, 2016

Jeux Sans Frontières (IBN_000052_6), 1995, riproduzione da negativo originale, stampa su carta baritata con trattamento al selenio per la conservazione, ed. 1/5 + 2AP, 50 x 60 cm, 2016

Jeux Sans Frontières (IBN_000050_1), 1995, riproduzione da negativo originale, stampa su carta baritata con trattamento al selenio per la conservazione, ed. 1/5 + 2AP, 60 x 50 cm, 2016

Jeux Sans Frontières (IBN_000050_1), 1995, riproduzione da negativo originale, stampa su carta baritata con trattamento al selenio per la conservazione, ed. 1/5 + 2AP, 60 x 50 cm, 2016

 

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Batia Suter

Batia-Suter

Batia Suter (b. 1967) Swiss-born, Amsterdam-based artist, studied at the art academies of Zuerich and Arnhem (NL), and was also trained at the Werkplaats Typografie. Suter produces monumental prints of digitally manipulated images for specific locations, and works on photo-animations, image sequences and collages, often using found pictures. In 2007 she published the voluminous book Parallel Encyclopedia (Roma Publication 100) containing a composition of images taken from books she has collected along the years. Her second book Surface Series (Roma Publication 160), published in 2011, is an evocative montage of found images exploring the diverse resonances of geological landscape and visual surface. The underlying themes of Batia Suter’s practice are the ‘iconification’ and ‘immunogenicity’ of images, and the circumstances by which they become charged with new associative values. Her work intuitively situates old images in new contexts to provoke surprising reactions and significative possibilities. By this method, and with an attuned sensitivity to hidden harmonies and expressive accidents, Suter thus generates hypnagogic spaces where pictures can communicate by their own logic, in a force field of imaginative metamorphosis.

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