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Portable Nation

Fondazione Pescheria - Centro Arti Visive, corso XI Settembre 184, Pesaro Pesaro and Urbino, Italy

Portable Nation Ursula Biemann, Sama Alshaibi, Cagol, Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski edited by Camilla Boemio 12 October to 2 November 2014 Opening Saturday, October 11 Saturday, October 11 18:30-Fish Foundation Visual Arts Center is pleased to announce the exhibition that recurs Hall of Maldives to 55.Esposizione International Art-La Biennale di Venezia. The Pavilion curated by CPS - Chamber of Public Secrets (composed by Alfredo Cramerotti, Aida Eltorie, Khaled Ramadan) and Camilla Boemio and curators associated Maren Richter, was a space eco-aesthetic, a platform that has seen environmental activists, artists and Critical work together. A very active Pavilion, which is followed, within six months, a number of parallel events to the main exhibition, providing a significant aesthetic experience and the opportunity to discuss the modern concept of 'environmental romanticism' in relation to the nature and culture of the Maldives. In this way, the public has been able to apply their knowledge and everyday experiences for the understanding and appreciation of this particular case the environment. The selection of works presented at the Foundation Fish - Visual Arts Center in October 2014, curated by Camilla Boemio and developed in collaboration with Arch. Claudio Orazi, wants to revive the Pavilion in a site-specific preparation for the Church of the Intercession with the contribution of artists: Ursula Biemann, Cagol, Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski and Sama Alshaibi. The exhibition opens on October 11 for the day the contemporary, in conjunction with the exhibition Art curated by Ludovico Pratesi Italian Today and served in the Loggia. In the course of the exhibition will be able to view and purchase the book published by Maretti Portable Nation editor and co-edit by Camilla Boemio - Alfredo Cramerotti - Aida Eltoire and Dorian Batycka containing images of the exhibited works, texts and insights of the Pavilion of the Maldives 55.Biennale to Venice. Biographical notes Ursula Biemann: Ursula Biemann (born 1955 in Zurich, Switzerland) is an artist, writer and author video. His artistic career is strongly based on research and field activities and includes video documentation in remote areas. Biemann studies the global relationships that suffer the impact of the acceleration of the movement of people, resources and information, and processes these materials into video at several levels by putting in a connection macro-theoretical framework and the micro-perspective of concrete actions and policies cultural. The videos are neither linear nor didactic, but are a thoughtful exploration of planetary organization and videography. The artist has retrospective exhibitions at Bildmuseet of Umeå in Sweden, Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art, the Helmhaus Zurich, the Lentos Museum in Linz, and film festivals FID Marseille and TEK of Rome. His works have also contributed in important exhibitions, such as all'Arnolfini of Bristol, the Tapies Foundation in Barcelona, ​​the Museum of Fine Arts Bern, at LACE in Los Angeles, the San Francisco Art Institute, the Kunsthalle Brandt of Odense, the Kunstverein in Hamburg, at the Biennale of Guangzhou, Shanghai, Liverpool, Bamako, Istanbul and Seville, the festival Styrian Autumn in Graz, the Flaherty Film Seminars of New York and many others. In March of 2013, was set up his own personal at Neue Berliner Kunstverein (nbk) .The Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University has bestowed an important recognition to Ursula Biemann, commissionandole The Land Grant program as part of the implementation of its new work "Forest Law", which premiered in August 2014 Ursula Biemann has obtained a degree in fine arts at the School of Visual Arts (1986) and followed post-graduate studies at the Whitney Independent Study Program (ISP) in New York, city ​​where he lived for most of the 80s. He currently works as a senior researcher at the University of Fine Arts Zurigo.Biemann received an honorary degree in literature and philosophy from the University of Umeå Sweden (2008) and the 2009 Prix Meret Oppenheim, the national award for art Switzerland. Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski: I am Australian artists whose longstanding collaboration has produced media art installations that are placed in a junction point between cinema, information visualization and sublime landscapes. Their project Incompatible Elements, focuses on landscapes upset because of climate change, has been exposed many times in Australia and abroad, and more recently in the Pavilion of the Maldives, as a parallel event at the Venice Biennale in 2013 Starrs & Cmielewski often use the game as a strategy to attack the social and political contradictions inherent in contemporary life. Their installation of rubber Chapel (Chapel of rubber) was created for the Lime Arts Festival in Kandos, in the Midwest state of New South Wales, in February 2013 has been set up in the old chapel of the convent as an altar dedicated invitations to burnout cars to Street Machine, which takes place at Kandos each January in Australia Day weekend. Chapel of rubber has been selected as a finalist in the Blake Prize 2013 Among their previous projects there are Seeker, winner a special mention at Ars Electronica 2007 sms_origins, involving an exchange of text messages to a mobile phone, created to be shown on the big screen in Federation Square in Melbourne in 2009 Dream Kitchen is an animation "stop-motion" interactive, which was presented at the Transmediale in Berlin and the European Media Arts Festival in Osnabruck, Germany, and Trace, an art installation that used the hybrid sensor technology and performance to explore the biometrics, presented at the Sydney Records Centre in 2002 . Bio-Tek Kitchen, a video game has been changed exhibited at Experimenta's House of Tomorrow in Melbourne in 2003 and the Biennale of New Media in Seoul in 2004, Leon Cmielewski is senior assistant at the School of Humanities & Communication Arts, University of Western Sydney. Sama Alshaibi: His artistic work has as its theme the media spaces of conflict: the consequences of war / exile and the dynamics among humans in competition for resources and energy. Among his recent solo should remember Him Vs Lawrie Shabibi gallery in Dubai and the Zero Sum Game Selma Feriani Gallery in London. Among the exhibitions and projections included those at the Institut Du Monde Arabe (Paris), at the Bronx Museum (NYC), Mapping Subjectivity at the MoMA (NYC), and the next Fotofest Biennale (Houston). Alshaibi is an associate professor of photography / video art at the University of Arizona, United States. The performances, photographs and videos Sama Alshaibi probing the dynamics and conflicts between the spaces of war and hardship. Allargatosi recently to multimedia installations and sculpture, the work of Alshaibi in particular lays bare the hidden constraints of human behavior, exploring the tensions between occupation and exile. The collection Vs Him celebrates the use of the body part of the artist as a signifier of a nation, faced with the anxieties that are both individual and collective political, social, also presenting herself as the female lead. The works of Alshaibi express not only the testimony of the cultural heritage of Iraq, but show a calm thoughtfulness in tension that the author represents. Cagol: born in Trento (1969) studied at the Brera Academy in Milan and at Ryerson University in Toronto. In 2009 he presented a personal project in conjunction with the ZKM in Karlsruhe, at the Mart in Rovereto and Kunstraum Innsbruck. In 2008 achieved an 'Only' Event of parallel Manifesta 7 in 2006 a 'Solo' Satellite Event at the Singapore Biennale and a Project Off to Berlin Biennale. His project "The End of the Border (of the mind)," commissioned by the Barents Art Triennale extreme northern border of Norway, begins with the Vajont dam in the year of the fiftieth anniversary of the tragedy unfolds as a journey / expedition in 2013 In 2010 he exhibited at the SUPEC - Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center in Shanghai at the World Expo 2010 In 2013 participates in the 55 International Art Exhibition - la Biennale di Venezia, with the project The Ice Monolith, part the national pavilion of the Maldives. The exhibition is made possible by the support of: City of Pesaro, Bertozzini buildings, factories Leg 1918 Ifi-Bar Equipment Ice Cream Pastries, Isopak Adriatica SpA, Banca Adriatic, in Fish Friends group, the technical sponsors Hotel Alexander Museum, Pesaro Com and Costantini. Patronage of UNESCO Clubs - Ancona Supporters: CAF Nazionale del Lavoro Spa - CE.NA.SPSpA National Center Services professionals - Europe srl Apollo Facilities - Estro Technical Sponsors: 2K Soft Info-Fish Foundation Visual Arts Center Course XI Settembre, 184_Pesaro inauguration _sabato October 11, 2014 18:30 duration mostra_12 October to 2 November 2014 orario_da Tuesday to Friday 17:00 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10:30 to 12:30 / 17:00 to 19:30 Monday _ the closing day of free admission info_ 0721-387651 / 653 www.centroartivisivepescheria.it

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from 11 October to 2 November 2014

Getting there

... by car
Motorway A14 Bologna-Taranto exit Pesaro-Urbino; at the exit, follow the signs "city center". Parking lots adjacent parking Curvone (Avenue of the Partisans), Piazzale Innocenti, business center Benelli.
... by train
Milan-Bologna-Ancona-Falconara-Roma-Lecce Line Station Pesaro Pesaro Pesaro From the railway station you can reach the Visual Arts Center on foot. The route is about 15 minutes.



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