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Baptiste Debombourg at Dans le cadre de 4+4, Galerie RX, Le Marais.

Baptiste Debombourg, Cesium XIII, 2017.

Baptiste Debombourg has been selected by Isabelle de Maison Rouge to take part of the show Dans le cadre de 4+4, 4 invités  + 4  Artistes at Galerie RX.

The exhibition opens on February 1st, 6p-9pm.

Four curators invite four artists:

Isabelle de Maison Rouge l Baptiste Debombourg
Florence Guionneau-Joie l Lionel Sabatté
Françoise Paviot l Alain Fleischer
Sandra Hegedüs l Julio Villani

 

For more information on the exhibition please click here.

For more information on Baptiste Debombourg please click here.

 

Jane Grant at GRANULAR colloquium and exhibition, University of Greenwich Galleries.

 

Utilising a range of formats from audio-visual performance to talks, Granular: The Material Properties of Noise event is an experiential investigation of noise as a granular entity. State changes are a central theme. Processes of disintegration and/or reintegration of material elements at a granular level are explored, both as the mode of transference between states (whether physical or digital) and the means by which a thing starts or ceases to be.

The colloquium will take place on January 26 and 27 from 10 am – 5pm at The University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Building and is held in association with the exhibition Granular: The Material Properties of Noise. The event will be followed by a private viewing of the exhibition.

Chaired by Dr. Stephen Kennedy, University of Greenwich, Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts
(author: Chaos Media: A Sonic Economy of Digital Space – Bloomsbury 2015)
Keynote: Greg Hainge , University of Queensland, Associate Professor, School of Languages and Cultures
(author: Noise Matters: Towards an Ontology of Noise – Bloomsbury 2013)
Contributors include Russell Duke, Jane Grant, Antonio Roberts, Dr David Ryan, Charles Danby and Rob Smith.

For more information on the event please click here.

For more information on Jane Grant please click here.

 

Image: Jane Grant, Soft Moon (2010).

ECCENTRIC Art & Research is pleased to announce representation of Camilla Alberti.

We are delighted to announce that ECCENTRIC Art & Research now represents Camilla Alberti.

After receiving her high school diploma, Camilla Alberti (Milan, 1994) attended the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Milan for one year, at the same time that she started to get interested in contemporary art. In 2014 she leaves the studies in philosophy to enroll in NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti di Milano), where she obtained an BA and is now pursuing an MA. She also collaborates with an art critic since then. She lives and works in Milan.

For further information on Camilla Alberti please click here.

Axel Straschnoy wins the Feature Expanded 2017 SUB-TI Award

Axel Straschnoy wins the Feature Expanded 2017 SUB-TI Award

AWARDS FEATURE EXPANDED 2017

SUB-TI Award
> Axel Straschnoy
 with the film project Argentine from Helsinki,

which “addresses the issue of alienation through Horacio’s language and cultural challenges, an Argentinian who moved to Finland, who, when his existence is about to collapse, is forced to decide who he is and what he wants from life.”

Feature Expanded Distribution Award
> Janis Rafa 
with the film project Kala-a-zar 

Feature Expanded Development Award
>Assaf Gruber 
with the film project The Conspicuous Parts

ottod’Ame Film Award
> Pauline Curnier Jarden 
with the film project $eba$tiano Blu

FEATURE EXPANDED: European Art Film Strategies is a training program specifically designed to provide knowledge, methodologies and skills necessary for filmmakers with a background in visual arts to develop and produce feature films.

Feature Expanded is directed by Leonardo Bigazzi (Lo schermo dell’arte Film Festival) and Professor Sarah Perks (HOME).

Feature Expanded 2017 Jury, consisting of Marietta von Hausswolff von Baumgarten, Heinz Peter Schwerfel and Yorgos Tsourgianis, awarded 4 awards for the development, promotion and distribution of 4 film projects produced by the 12 participants in the third edition of the project training in collaboration with HOME, supported by Creative Europe Media and directed by Leonardo Bigazzi and Sarha Perks:

 

FEATURE EXPANDED 3rd edition

21 – 26 June 2017, HOME, Manchester
on-line sessions July – October
15 – 19 November 2017, Lo schermo dell’arte, Florence.

For more information on the program please click here.

For more information on Axel Straschnoy please click here.

Massimiliano Viel: “Costellazioni”, concerto per pianoforte e live electronics di presso il Goethe-Institut Tokyo.

Massimiliano Viel suonerà Costellazioni (2016), per pianoforte e live electronics, presso il Goethe-Institut di Tokyo, sabato 23 settembre .

Nonostante si tratti di una partitura notata con precisione, Costellazioni è scritto in modo tale da cambiare a seconda del tempo e del luogo di ciascuna esecuzione. Il compito di unificare il tempo di composizione del brano e il tempo dell’esecuzione è affidato alla posizione delle stelle che si trovano sopra l’orizzonte nel luogo e nell’istante del concerto, come uno sguardo che dall’alto contempli per un attimo il musicista e il pubblico prima di proseguire nella sua lenta rotazione intorno alla Terra. Durante l’esecuzione viene scelto un numero variabile di stelle che vengono connesse in nuove costellazioni, a cui il pianoforte dà voce come segnali persi nel rumore della vita. La parte elettronica ingaggia con l’interprete una lotta per il controllo, costringendolo a seguire logiche e tempi non umani e indicandogli attacchi e parametri con cui la partitura si presenta di volta in volta sempre diversa e sempre simile a sé stessa.

Karlheinz Stockhausen, Tierkreis (1975), versione per pianoforte di Massimiliano Viel

Tierkreis [Zodiaco] è una collezione di dodici piccoli brani, ognuno dedicato a un segno zodiacale, composta da Stockhausen nel 1975. La brevità (ogni brano dura circa un minuto), l’astrattezza della struttura in forma di melodia e accompagnamento e la scelta dell’organico originario, 12 carillon uno per ogni brano, ne fanno una sorta di “arte della formula”, ovvero un compendio delle tecniche con cui Stockhausen ha composto gran parte della sua musica dagli anni ’70 al Duemila. Per il compositore, una “formula” è una sorta di DNA che viene fatto proliferare musicalmente fino a realizzare un’opera compiuta che può avere la durata, come per il ciclo Licht [Luce], anche di 29 ore, ma in cui ogni elemento ha origine nel piccolo frammento originario. In Tierkreis ogni formula sviluppa il carattere di un segno zodiacale, dall’Aquario al Capricorno, attraverso il disegno della linea melodica, le variazioni melodiche e ritmiche, e le tecniche compositive utilizzate. Tierkreis è un brano “variabile”: ogni interprete ha la libertà di scegliere l’organico (il compositore ne ha realizzato anche delle versioni per orchestra), il numero di ripetizioni per ogni segno (minimo 3) e le modalità di sviluppo di ogni brano, così che ad oggi si tratta forse dell’opera di Stockhausen più eseguita, ma anche più mistificata. La versione per pianoforte di Massimiliano Viel cerca, pur nel rispetto delle strutture compositive originarie, una prospettiva che partendo dalle diverse versioni realizzate dallo stesso Stockhausen interagisca con esse in un dialogo musicale e spirituale.

Per maggiori informazioni sul concerto si prega di cliccare qui.

Per maggiori informazioni su Massimiliano Viel si prega di cliccare qui.

Ivana Adaime Makac at Le Bel Ordinaire art contemporain, Pau.

Ivana Adaime Makac, Le Banquet (2008-2017). Pedestal, fruits, flowers, vegetables, locusts or crickets; variable dimensions. Photos: Marc Dommage, Ivan Binet and Ivana Adaime-Makac.

Ivana Adaime Makac‘s ongoing work Le Banquet will be featured in the group show Enchanter le réel, curated by Claire Lambert at Le Bel Ordinaire art contemporain, Pau, from September 13 through November 18, 2017.

The exhibition explores how the imaginary architecture oscillates between pure fiction and utopia. The artists are invited to reflect on how, as human beings, we both inhabit and are inhabited by the habitat.

In Le Banquet, Adaime Makac reverts the process by inviting insects to taste sculptures and structures composed of fruits, flowers, vegetables and different types of food.

Artists: Ivana Adaime Makac, Michel Blazy, Alain Bublex, Benedetto Bufalino, Frédéric Chaubin, Filip Dujardin, Nicolas Floc’h, Yona Friedman, Taro Izumi, Béranger Laymond, Marine Pages and Peter Wüthrich.

For more information on the exhibition please click here.

For more information on Ivana Adaime Makac and Le Banquet please click here.

Anja Puntari’s project Kit Flowknow will be presented on October 13 in Venice.

Gabriele Di Matteo, Questo quadro forse Vi aiuterà a vedere meglio, 1994. Olio su tela, 129 x 70 cm.

Anja Puntari’s project Kit Flowknow  will be presented on October 13 in Venice.

During the last five years, Anja Puntari has extended her artistic research to the field of business, especially business coaching. In the context of this aspect of her investigation, she developed Flowknow, a methodology that uses the artistic approach and artworks for facilitating business coaching; and the Flowknow Cards are tools to apply this approach.

For the Flowknow Cards of Emotions, produced by Performant in collaboration with ECCENTRIC Art & Research, Puntari invited eleven artists from ECCENTRIC: Ivana Adaime Makac, Camilla Alberti, Tomislav Brajnović, Sarah Ciracì, Gabriele Di Matteo, Federico Luger,  Brian Montuori, Anja Puntari, Axel Straschnoy e Massimiliano Viel ; and one invited artist, Teresa Capasso, to feature 3 to 6 images of their works in the cards. The images have been selected by Gabriela Galati together with the artists, and the whole Kit includes also a dictionary of competences (from a previous deck of cards), a glossary of the emotions of this deck, and a catalogue with all the works and images featured on the cards.

The project will be presented on October 13 at Tese dei Soppalchi dell’Arsenale, Venezia.

Per maggiori informazioni su Flowknow e la presentazione si prega di cliccare qui.

Per maggiori informazioni su Anja Puntari si prega di cliccare qui.

Minority Report: Camilla Alberti’s work will presented on September 28th at Spazio22, Milan.

Camilla Alberti, Landscape 7 (2016). Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 80 cm.

ECCENTRIC Art & Research is pleased to present Camilla Alberti’s work Landscape (2016-17) as part of the section Minority Report.

Landscape will be presented on September 28th at Spazio22 Window Project and will remain on view during the duration of the exhibition.
In Landscape, Alberti investigates through painting form and matter that conform the Earth. The series starts from the isolation of a detail in a picture landscape, which is then reworked through study drawings that simplify the form. Then, the artist uses painting to redefine neat shapes that create a sharp contrast with the flat surface of the monochrome background.

For more information on Camilla Alberti and Minority Report please click here.

Opening September 28th, 7pm, Spazio22, viale Sabotino 22-20135, Milano, www.spazio22.com

 

ECCENTRIC Art & Research is delighted to present Federico Luger’s first solo exhibition in Milan “Mi casa es tu casa”, opens September 18th.

Federico Luger, Swiss Alps, the End of the Illusion (2013). C-print on aluminium. Edition of 3.

ECCENTRIC Art & Research is delighted to present Federico Luger’s first solo exhibition in Milan Mi casa es tu casa, which opens on September 18th, 2017.

The title of the show (my house is your house) alludes both to the fact that it will take place at Secondo Pensiero, a space which is in fact a B&B, thus a temporary house to its guests, and also because one of the series, The Swiss Alps, has been inspired by Luger’s second home in Switzerland.

The exhibition will present different series of works: The Swiss Alps, the End of the Illusion (2013) the aforementioned set of photographs that addresses the end of bank secrecy in the country; small paintings from the series Bananas, a selection of two massive paintings which deal with the human figure, more specifically with portraiture; the Line Concept collages, two works from the Monochrome series and the almost complete Venice Book series. This last set of works on paper will be installed in one of the rooms, so it will only be visible during the opening evening.

Federico Luger is a Venezuelan artist and gallerist. After several years spent travelling around Europe, he opened an art space in Milan, which then turned into Federico Luger Gallery. In the twelve years during which the gallery has been operating, Luger has produced more than fifty exhibitions. However Luger never stopped his artistic practice, which he preferred to conduct in secrecy, reflecting on conceptual art, perception of art, and the art system in general. Both his activities, artist and gallerist have enriched each other. This exhibition and Luger’s oeuvre deeply reflect on the complexity of the twofold nature of his passion.

The exhibition will be open from September 18th thought October 18th, on Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 7pm, or by appointment.

To make an appointment, or to request images and further information please contact Gabriela Galati at info@ec-centric.eu.

Secondo Pensiero
Corso Magenta, 12
20121, Milan MI
www.secondopensiero.com

For more information on Federico Luger please click here.

Responsorio Meccanico by Massimiliano Viel: Ensemble Sinestesia (GMI) vs Reihe Laptop ensemble.

On Sunday June 11, Massimiliano Viel’s Responsorio Meccanico has been executed at the Museo della Scienza e la Tecnologia in Milan.

On the video you can see some excerpts.

Responsorio Meccanico
By Massimiliano Viel

Reihe Laptop Ensemble
Ensemble Sinestesia GMI

Soprano
Alice Rossi

Direction
Francesco Bossaglia

Coordination Reihe Laptop Ensemble
Giorgio Sancristoforo

For more information on the artist, please click here.

Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci

Via San Vittore, 21, 20123 Milano