Residency Program on tour
Times and places of each presentation will be announced on the website in the day before each meeting.
Thursday, October 6
Working Geographies at Nosadella.due, Bologna
Working Geographies landed in Bologna in the frame of Nosadella.due – Independent Residency for Public Art, the first residence for artists in Bologna which opens its doors to the public on Thursday 6, Friday 7 and Saturday, October 8 at a big farewell party from space where the project was born ten years ago.
Within this magical scenario, Lisa Parola of a.titolo, will present the volume Working Geographies RESO ‘International Art Residency Program, the residency program created in 2010 and sponsored by the Foundation for Modern and Contemporary Art – CRT.
This will not only be an opportunity to present the book published by Mousse, but there will be the possibility of a live debate on the transformations underway of the residences in Italy and their future development with Elisa Del Prete, founder of Nosadella.due, artists Bianco-Valente, Barbara Oteri and Beatrice Oleari of FARE, Claudia Losi with his latest project and volume How do I imagine being there? on display at the Maramotti Collection, the result of an experience of traveling to the islands of St. Kilda, Valerio Del Baglivo direct witness of a curatorial research that crosses multiple experiences of residence, Emilio Fantini artist and founder of collective processes that will provide an overview on practice of residence as experience also shared.
For any further information visit the site www.nosadelladue.com
Monday, June 13 at 6 pm
Resò at Naba
Working Geographies and
Caucacola project by
Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti
Via Darwin, 20
Which can be the art’s and artists’ role in a changing
geography like the one we have seen during last years? How much does the residence affect on the artistic reasearch in this prospective?
Starting from the volume Working Geographies (Mousse Publishing) about the first four editions of the international programme RESÒ, presented by the curator Lisa Parola of the collective a.titolo, the discussion will be held on declinations and incidences of the artistic practice of residence comparing different projects.
Giving shape to a strange geography that connects the northern Italian region of Piedmont, with Egypt, Brazil, India and Colombia, Working Geographies offers a set of reflections around the boundary concepts, identity and culture, in a global scenario, liquid and subject to constant interrelations and fractures.
As part of the meeting, Giorgio Cugno, artist involved in the fourth edition of RESÒ, will present Caucacola, an artwork made up of a cinematic installation and a sculpture created by the artist in 2014 during the residency at Lugar a Dudas, Cali, in Colombia. Recurring theme in the current research of the artist is the exploitation of raw materials such as gold or water, which become the plotline for questioning on issues such as geographical boundaries, the global economic flows, the relationship between the changes of environment and human action, the balance between work and market.
RESÒ is an international residence program for Piedmont artists, it was born in 2010 from the collaboration of major Piedmont artistic institutions and thanks to the support of the Fondazione per l’Arte Modena e Contemporanea.
The project is curated by: Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti, a.titolo, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Città di Torino GAI, Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto, Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, PAV – Parco Arte Vivente.
Friday, May 6 at 6.30 pm
Circolo dei lettori
Circolo dei lettori
Via Giambattista Bogino, 9
10123 Torino, Italia
artist and founder of Asilo Bianco, Ameno
director and curator of UNIDEE – Università
delle Idee, educational project of Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella
Raffaella Spagna e Franco Ariaudo
artists and founders of Progetto Diogene, Torino
Carlotta Scioldo e Erika De Crescenzo
creator of Workspace Ricerca X, Torino
Which can be the art’s and artists’ role in a changing geography like the one we have seen during last years? How much does the residence affect on the artistic reasearch in this prospective?
Starting from the volume Working Geographies (Mousse Publishing) on the first four editions of the international programme RESÒ, presented by the curator Lisa Parola, the discussion will be held on declinations and incidences of the artistic practice of residence comparing different projects.