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Francesco Jodice: Dubai Citytellers. Screening followed by a conversation between Francesco Jodice and Alfredo Cramerotti.

Data:

19/05/2018


Francesco Jodice: Dubai Citytellers. Screening followed by a conversation between Francesco Jodice and Alfredo Cramerotti.

On the occasion of Photo London (at Somerset House 17-20 May) the Italian Cultura Instittute is pleased to host the screening of Francesco Jodice’ s Dubai Citytellers, a film trilogy about new forms of urbanisation, followed by a conversation between Francesco Jodice and Alfredo Cramerotti.

The exchange between the artist Francsco Jodice and the curator Alfredo Cramerotti is centred on the question of “fragments”. What we usually expect is a linear explanation of the phenomena we encounter (in the Western philosophical tradition) but in reality there are areas of our existence that we can only give meaning to by approaching them in a circular way.The snapshot of a system (in this case, a given society) is also the snapshot of the people who compose it, and especially of the artist who works on “giving sense” to that system in which he is living.

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Francesco Jodice’s art explores the transforming social landscape of our time, with a particular focus on urban anthropological phenomena and the creation of new participatory processes. His projects are aimed at building a common ground between art and geopolitics, presenting artistic practice as a form of civil poetic.
He teaches at the biennial program in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies and at the MA in Photography and Visual Design at NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan.
He was among the founders of collectives Multiplicity and Zapruder.
He has been in major group exhibitions such as Documenta, the Venice Biennial, the São Paulo Biennial, the ICP Triennial in New York, and has shown his work at the Castello di Rivoli (Turin), Tate Modern (London) and the Prado (Madrid).
His main projects include What We Want, a photographic atlas surveying landscape as a projection of people desires; The Secret Traces, a urban experimental archive on shadowing; and Citytellers, a film trilogy about new forms of urbanisation. His most recent works— Atlante, American Recordings and Sunset Boulevard—explore the future of the Western World.

Alfredo Cramerotti is a writer, curator and broadcaster. Director of MOSTYN, Wales, Founder of CuratorWork, and Head Curator of APT, Artist Pension Trust, he complements his work in the UK with active participation in the visual art world. In recent years this has included curating Sean Scully: Standing on the Edge of the World at the Hong Kong Arts Centre (2018), Leviathan in conjunction with the 57th Venice Biennale (2017), EXPO VIDEO Chicago (2015), three national pavilions at the Venice Biennale (Mauritius in 2015, Wales and Maldives in 2013), and the biennials Sequences VII in Iceland (2015) and Manifesta 8 in Spain (2010).Cramerotti is a Doctoral Researcher at the European Centre for Documentary Research, University of South Wales, and Visiting Lecturer at universities throughout Europe and the Americas, as well as regularly publishing, broadcasting and public speaking. His scholarship involves the theory and practice of “The Hyperimage”, investigating digital culture’s impact on artistic and curatorial practices, and “Aesthetic Journalism”, addressing the relationship between contemporary art and interview, fiction and reportage.Cramerotti has published extensively and most of his writing can be found at:http://alcramer.net/. He is Editor of the Critical Photography book series and his own publications include the books Forewords: Hyperimages and Hyperimaging (forth. 2018), Unmapping the City: Perspectives of Flatness (2010) and Aesthetic Journalism: How to inform without informing (2009).

Informazioni

Data: Sab 19 Mag 2018

Orario: Dalle 18:00 alle 20:00

Organizzato da : ICI London

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

ICI London

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