So enthusiastic about the upcoming exhibition “See you, Tomorrow” at A.TOPOS in Venice.
27.09. – 9.10.2021
Opening 27.09.2021, 18-21h
I will open the exhibition with a “Planting Performance” on the 27.09.
also watch my video “Sleeping Seeds”
Big thank you to the curatorial team Fernanda Andrade and Lucia Trevisan.
See you, Tomorrow and Camera Oscura.
a.topos Venice, for this third and last encounter of the first edition of the open call THE
CREATIVE ROOM, brings together the exhibitions “See you, Tomorrow” and “Camera Oscura”.
The artists involved are: Mario Afonso, Nikolaos Akritidis, Elodie Barattucci, Laura
Binaghi, Cecilia Brugnoli, Arthur Cadre, Calembour, Savina Capeci, Melanie Cravero,
Aurora Destro, Damiano Fasso, Aldana Ferreyra, Francesco Fossati, Alexandra
Freye, Sara Fruner, Anne Solange Gaulier, Noel Hensey, Michalina W. Klasik,
Alessandro di Leo, Fabrizio Narcisi, Hermano Noronha, Paolo Panzacchi, Samantha
Passaniti, Alina Petre, Jake Scharbach, Alessandro Secondin, Mattia Sugamiele, Ana
Luiza Torres, Janina Totzauer, Pengpeng Wang, Anne-Lise Weinberger, Beatrice
Zagato, Jagoda Zwiernik.
See you, tomorrow unfolds a curatorial narrative in which Art is used as an activism tool to
address major issues highlighted by the pandemic, such as the environmental crisis,
domestic abuse and consumerism. Based on different media, the selected artworks are
powerful responses to social, political and economical problems, advocating on the
possibility – and urgency – of a better tomorrow, as well as inviting visitors to individually take
action in disclosing and preventing the exposed matters.
Camera Oscura gathers artists that capture how themselves or others were coping with
isolation and restrictions through the lens of a camera. The focus on photography does not
imply a flat, monocorde tone though. On the contrary, it is a revealing set of plural
approaches, interests, points of views and interpretations. The quick register allowed by the
camera is trespassed by multiple subjectivities that overcome any attempt of mimetic
gestures and the fallacy of neutrality.