WHO DOESN’T JUMP UP! Football. Culture. Identity curated by Matteo Balduzzi 12 June – 24 October 2021 Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea   The Museum of Contemporary Photography is presenting the group exhibition titled Who doesn’t jump up! Football, Culture. Identity, curated by Matteo Balduzzi, which is a reflection treating the game of football as an expression of both individual and group identity. This is an articulated exhibition project that gets underway with the start of the European Football Championship and which is open to the public in the rooms of the Museum in Cinisello Balsamo (Milan) from Saturday 12 June until Sunday 24 October 2021. The exhibition investigates the role of football in Italian culture with the presentation of images forming a panorama of the sport’s presence in society, the landscape, the memory and the culture of Italy. The protagonists of the exhibition are the works of more than thirty artists of different generations, disciplines and languages – videos, photographs and installations – presented in a dialogue with the collections of the Museum: some recent artistic productions, collections of images of an anthropological nature and participating projects. The artists selected are the following: Andrea Abati, Giampietro Agostini, Giovanni Ambrosio e…

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Un’interpretazione contemporanea del mito di Oreste diretta da Alessia Siniscalchi: il newyorkese Paul Spera mette ritmo e parole sui beats composti da Phil St. George, le installazioni di Giovanni Ambrosio – Opus Incertum e  Ius soli – ricordano il diritto di rivendicare la nostra terra abbandonata e di liberarla dagli assassini. Alternando riflessioni sulla violenza del nostro tempo ai testi poetici scritti da Paulina Mikol, L’esilio di Oreste viene rivisitato attraverso dialoghi spontanei tra Alessia Siniscalchi e Paul Spera. La musica dal vivo di Phil St. George, le luci e le proiezioni di Benjamin Sillon, i film di Maria Mazzella e il suono di Didier Leglise compongono una performance multidisciplinare e spettacolare in 5 capitoli: Insiders/outsiders, Maison maudite/Casa maledetta, Liberare  la terra dagli assassini, Δίκη, Ius soli Artistic direction/live performance/text Alessia Siniscalchi, installations from Opus Incertum and Ius soli Giovanni Ambrosio, live music Phil St. George, live performance/rap/text Paul Spera, light design Benjamin Sillon, text Paulina Mikol, sound design Didier Leglise, videos Maria Mazzella, stage photography Giovanni Ambrosio, Imma Di Lillo, Roberto Di Mola. With Alessandra Guazzini and Chiara Gistri (alternatively). Con il sostegno di: Fondazione Nuovi Mecenati – Fondazione franco-italianaper la creazione contemporanea – Institut Français de Naples, Ménagerie de Verre Studio Lab, Kulturfactory.

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The Sibyl Sessions project (working title) is an on going work by Alessia Siniscalchi and her collective Kulturscio’k. The tragedy, the myth, the oracles, the prophets. A theater where the text is reduced, summarized, destroyed, to take advantage of the creations where image, sound, effects, art, radical technological inventions, exacerbated and extreme, become a pretext to tell the present, the past, the future. Or to glimpse what we don’t want to know about the human condition. Sibyl oracle prophet? In this work, started on the basis of a collective residency in a theatre in Paris during the first week of March 2021, I write prophecies, responses and pronouncement as Instagram Stories. Beyond the artists working with Kulturscio’k on a regular basis, I invited to join german artist Julia Liedel to interact with my writing. All pictures : © Roberto Di Mola.

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Stage photography as performative act + collective path planning + field recording. The video footage show chronologically every single photo shot during the week of residency at Kulturfactory contemporary international residency for the performance Oreste will be back. Gestures producing photos are influenced by the space composition: live music by Phil St George, other bodies (Alessia Siniscalchi, Paul Spera, Alessandra Guazzini, Benjamin Sillon, Maria Anzivino, Federica Clarizia, Marcella Martusciello, Imma Di Lillo, Maria Mazzella), field sounds, voices and speeches, lights performed by Benjamin Sillon and by other people, architectures, objects, trees, plants, soils. Oreste will be back also features images form my work Ius Soli and from Opus Incertum. Credits : Music is composed by Phil St. George. Oreste will be back

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La terra è viva. La terra è fertile. is the food chapter of Ius Soli, a documentary photography project on the archeology of the present, through the attempt to tell about the complexity of a geographical area around mons Vesuvio called the Red Zone. Now hanging on the walls of Ecole Ducasse, within the exhibition Seeds by Seeeds, thanks to @seeedsgallery In this displays i have fine arts prints pasted on dibond, lovely work by vesuvian lover Luigi Fedullo @fineartlab

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