Ius Soli. Chapter one. Vesuvius black zone: waiting, passing, redempting. CORTE VICO II SAN MICHELE: the video. Video and editing by Maria Mazzella Music Lavami col fuoco by rumoremuto CORTE VICO II SAN MICHELE Dialoghi, rigenerazione, comunità, pietre, sfregamenti, catastrofi e archivi. Site specific installation of Ius Soli with invited artists. Campania Felix delenda est. Chapter 1: waiting, passing, redempting. The courtyard as a dialogue space. Promoted and produced by Vesuvio Adventures. Thanks to artists rumoremuto Phil St. Georges Jone Kvie Alessia Siniscalchi Maria Mazzella Himali Singh Soin/David Soin Tappeser Julia Liedel Progetto Fiori Luca Salza

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Promoted and produced by Vesuvio Adventures CORTE VICO II SAN MICHELE  Pdf document introducing the exhibition Dialoghi, rigenerazione, comunità,  pietre, sfregamenti, catastrofi e archivi. Site specific installation of Ius Soli. Campania Felix delenda est. Chapter 1: waiting, passing, redempting. The courtyard as a dialogue space.  The courtyard  as a documentary piece.  The courtyard as a fibre.  The courtyard as architecture pavilion. I started working on a possible archive for a depiction of Vesuvio’s Red Zone in 2018, and over the years, while producing installations and exhibitions, I came across so many artists building up, in their own peculiar way, a relationship with Vesuvio’s aesthetics. Those encounters, sometimes literally walks and hikes, those conversations, have been producing modifications in my archive, on a conceptual and physical level. A re-shaping reminding me Vesuvio’s central structure, seeming to be there from the beginning of times, surrounded by this series of changes, sometimes radical, we usually call eruptions. So, the CORTE VICO II SAN MICHELE – a real private courtyard in Ottaviano’ historical center –  offers me a space to process both my archive and my Vesuvio encounters. And especially the constant meeting and dialogue whit the association Vesuvio Adventures itself, based on conversations, projects,…

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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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