Category: Ivana Adaime-Makac

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.

Il catalogo di Naturalia et artificialia è ora scaricabile dal sito di ECCENTRIC Art & Research

Mentre prepariamo la nostra prossima mostra, potete sfogliare e scaricare il catalogo di Naturalia et artificialia in versione digitale dalla nostra pagina (per il momento, in italiano, in English coming soon!):

Scaricare direttamente / direct dowload

Sflogliare sulla pagina / browse on website

 

New publication: Les limites du vivant, Éditions Dehors, with a contribution by Ivana Adaime Makac.

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Les limites du vivant  is a new publication that addresses the question of the living in its complexity from an interdisciplinary perspective, with contributions by

Hicham-Stéphane Afeissa, Geneviève Azam, Roberto Barbanti, Silvia Bordini, John Baird Callicott, Andrea Caretto et Raffaella Spagna, Catherine Chomarat-Ruiz, Gilles Clément, Jean-Patrice Courtois, Catherine Larrère, Raphaël Larrère, Marion Laval-Jeantet et Benoît Mangin, Ivana Adaime Makac, Philippe Nys, Sylvie Pouteau, Lydie Rekow-Fond, Jacques Testart, Lorraine Verner, Tiziana Villani.

Curated by Roberto Barbanti and Lorraine Verner, Éditions Dehors.

 

For more information on the publication (French) please click here.

For more information on Ivana Adaime Makac please click here.

 

 

Naturalia et artificialia. ECCENTRIC Art & Research’s first exhibition in Milan announced for October 12 2016.

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ECCENTRIC Art & Research è lieta di presentare la sua prima mostra che inaugurerà il 12 ottobre 2016 a Milano. La mostra includerà lavori di tutti gli artisti rappresentati fino ad oggi: Ivana Adaime Makac, Jamie Allen, Tomislav Brajnović, Sarah Ciracì, Baptiste Debombourg, Gabriele Di Matteo, Federico Luger, Brian Montuori, Steve Piccolo, Anja Puntari, Axel Straschnoy e Massimiliano Viel.

Naturalia et artificialia erano due categorie con cui si classificavano le meraviglie esposte negli studioli durante il Rinascimiento. Nel contesto di questa mostra queste categorie sono il fil rouge che attraversa i temi trattati da artisti e opere. Ma non è questa differenziazione in se stessa artificiale? Perché non esiste natura senza artificio, senza il filtro della cultura, né tecnologia o artificio che non partecipi della natura. Questo è il discorso che la mostra intende affrontare.

ECCENTRIC è un dispositivo flessibile senza una location fissa. Naturalia et artificialia avrà luogo nello spazio MyOwnGallery presso Superstudio, via Tortona 27, Milano, dal 12 al 21 ottobre 2016.

Naturalia et artificialia si realizza con il generoso supporto di PERFORMANT, SCOA ed EXEO Consulting.

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ECCENTRIC Art & Research is pleased to present its first exhibition in Milan, opening on October 12, 2016. The exhibition will feature the work of all its represented artists up-to-date: Ivana Adaime Makac, Jamie Allen, Tomislav Brajnović, Sarah Ciracì, Baptiste Debombourg, Gabriele Di Matteo, Federico Luger, Brian Montuori, Steve Piccolo, Anja Puntari, Axel Straschnoy and Massimiliano Viel.

The title of the exhibition is Naturalia et artificialia, both of the categories with which the wonders exhibited in the cabinets of curiosities during the Renaissance were classified.
In the context of this exhibition both concepts work as the common thread that brings together the diverse topics addressed by the featured artists and artworks. All of them, in one way or another, pose questions about issues that have to do either with nature, or with artifice and technology, and often with both. However, isn’t’ this differentiation in itself artificial, and even false? Because there is no nature without artifice—without the artificial filter of culture—nor technology or artifice which doesn’t participate of nature.

ECCENTRIC is a flexible dispositive with no definite location. Naturalia et artificialia will take place in the space MyOwnGallery at Superstudio, via Tortona 27, Milano, from October 12 through the 21.

Naturalia et articifialia is realised with the generous support of PERFORMANT, SCOA and EXEO Consulting.

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Ivana Adaime Makac’s Le Banquet on view in Pittsburgh until June 19

Ivana Adaime Makac’s Le Banquet is on view at the exhibition All Around Us at Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, until June 19.

This exhibition stands in awe of the quintillions of bugs that have inhabited our planet for millions of years and the complex relationship they maintain with our species. The works included here transform our tiny cohabitants superpowers into human-scale experiences, in an attempt to examine our conflicting relationship with insects. – Ali Momeni, Curator

Participating artists:  Jennifer Angus,  Daniel Campos, Garnet Hertz, Ivana Adaime Makac, Robin Meier & Andre Gwerder, Nathan Morehouse, Daniel Zurek& Sebastian Echeverri, Matthijs Munnik, Stephanie Ross, Jeff Shaw of Burghs Bee, Susana Soares, Bingrui Tang+CMU CREATE Lab

Wood Street Galleries
601 Wood Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

+1 (412) 471-5605
Info@woodstreetgalleries.org

For more info on All Around Us, please click here.

For more info on Ivana Adaime-Makac and Le Banquet, please click here.

Ivana Adaime Makac in All Around Us at Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh

Ivana Adaime Makac’s Le Banquet is featured in the exhibition:

 

All Around Us: Installations and Experiences Inspired by Bugs

Curated by Ali Momeni

Opening with the April 22 Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Gallery Crawl

This exhibition stands in awe of the quintillions of bugs that have inhabited our planet for millions of years and the complex relationship they maintain with our species. The works included here transform our tiny cohabitants superpowers into human-scale experiences, in an attempt to examine our conflicting relationship with insects. – Ali Momeni, Curator

Participating artists:  Jennifer Angus,  Daniel Campos, Garnet Hertz, Ivana Adaime Makac, Robin Meier & Andre Gwerder, Nathan Morehouse, Daniel Zurek& Sebastian Echeverri, Matthijs Munnik, Stephanie Ross, Jeff Shaw of Burghs Bee, Susana Soares, Bingrui Tang+CMU CREATE Lab

Wood Street Galleries
601 Wood Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

+1 (412) 471-5605
Info@woodstreetgalleries.org

For more info on All Around Us, please click here.

For more info on Ivana Adaime-Makac and Le Banquet, please click here.