INTERVISTA ZERO | Una visione d'insieme
On Saturday 11th December 2021, on the occasion of the XVII Giornata del Contemporaneo promoted and organized by AMACI, STAC! Studiografia: Traiettorie Aperte sul Contemporaneo presents the digital publication "INTERVISTA ZERO | Una visione d'insieme".
Co-curated by Eleonora Angiolini and Laura Vittoria Cherchi, "INTERVISTA ZERO | Una visione d'insieme" is a dialogue with 39 artists (active in Sardinia), born from the necessity to create a multi-voiced, intergenerational reflection about the process of design in the contemporary art research.
Theoretical and formal subjects are investigated through thirteen questions, allowing us to go at the core (the zero degree) of each specific artistic poetic. Thanks to an operation of consequential set up of the answers given by each artist, the questions let emerge by comparison and juxtaposition an intertwining and complexity of visions, orientations and approaches, between convergences and divergences of thought, processes and languages.
The publication "INTERVISTA ZERO | Una visione d'insieme" can be downloaded for free from Saturday 11th December 2021, from 5 pm, via the following link:
Ruggero Baragliu (1987); Pietruccia Bassu (1969); Alessandro Biggio (1974) ; Leonardo Boscani (1961); Riccardo Camboni (1990); Giovanni Carta (1938); Gianni Casagrande (1963); Tonino Casula (1931); Roberto Chessa (1978); Marcello Cinque (1968); Valentina Daga (1978); Salvatore Esposito (1937); Roberta Filippelli (1967); Laura Fonsa (1984); Daniela Frongia (1981); Gavino Ganau (1966); Vincenzo Grosso (1977); Alberto Marci (1985); Tonino Mattu (1979); Max Mazzoli (1953); Sabrina Melis (1986); Narcisa Monni (1981); Veronica Muntoni (1987); Ruben Mureddu (1979); Gianni Nieddu (1957); Efisio Niolu (1965); Sabrina Oppo (1979); Igino Panzino (1950); Pastorello (1967); Bruno Petretto (1941); Francesca Randi (1976); Fabio Saiu (1971); Josephine Sassu (1970); Valeria Secchi (1990); Antonio Secci (1944); Danilo Sini (1961); Rachele Sotgiu (1984); Carlo Spiga (1983); Marco Useli (1983).
STAC! Studiografia: Traiettorie Aperte sul Contemporaneo is a project that investigates the identity and contemporary practices of the artist's studio. With a regional focus on Sardinia, STAC! puts into play and enhances the possibilities of artist studios as agents of transformation, the capacity of writing new dynamics and relationships in the artistic and cultural system of a territory. STAC! is composed by: an online ongoing mapping (including 45 artist studios); an online magazine; a circuit of collateral projects; a festival spread across the territory.
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