HELICOTREMA: listening the art noise
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HELICOTREMA: listening the art noise

On last Friday, June 15th, at Serra dei Giardini in Venice (the old Biennale Glasshouse) took place an audio recorded festival called Helicotrema. Organized by a Venice-based art collective named Blauer Hase, this three days long event tried to make people aware of a different art practice that involves sounds and noises. Supported by a … Continue reading

Awakenings! Awake your soul!
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Awakenings! Awake your soul!

The 8th International Festival of Contemporary Dance, titled Awakenings and directed by Ismael Ivo, will run 8th to 24th June. Two weeks of productions, performances and installations – including 5 world premieres and 5 Italian premieres – as well as lectures, laboratories and master classes with some of the leading figures on the contemporary scene. This weekend I was so … Continue reading

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New York: Art Travelling on Railways

Going for a walk in New York is something different, especially since 2011. The renewed Central Park is something for chronic sentimental people and dreamers,  nowadays the best walkable in town is High Lane, old elevated railway passing through the old West Side industrial district.  CSX Transportation Company built this railway on 30’s and they … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes of BB7

If we’re lucky enough, our whole class is planning to visit the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. Unlike the Biennale here in Venice, the Berlin Biennale’s intent is to become an active site for political and social activism. In his manifesto for the Berlin Biennale curator, Polish photo/film artist, activist Artur Żmijewski announces  ‘art doesn’t … Continue reading