Plaster, polaroid, wall clock.
Series: static actions.
Ovvero ritagliarsi un ruolo nella crisi, navigare nel simbolico solidale, tira più un post su FB che un carro di azioni.
Reloaded art: 15 set 2014
Rehearsals of the drama “La volontà divisa”
(From “Erostrato”, Jean-Paul Sartre
Reloaded art: 6 ott 2011.
With Emilio Bonelli, Nagi Tartamella, Luca Atzori.
Elettroche – Miss Verstanden
“Download what thou wilt
shall be the whole of the law,
bitrate under broadband.”
188 Drawings, 2020.
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Michael Callahan, electronics innovator, co-founder of USCO, and president, Museum Technology Source Inc.; in conversation with Gerd Stern, poet, media artist, co-founder of USCO, and president, Intermedia Foundation. Moderated by Paige Rozanski, curatorial associate, department of modern art, National Gallery of Art. Founded in 1964, USCO, or The Company of Us, was one of the first art and technology collectives in the United States to create unique and ephemeral performances featuring slide projectors, audiotapes, moving images, oscilloscopes, refracted lenses, and lasers. On March 3, 2019, two of the group’s co-founders, Michael Callahan and Gerd Stern, joined together for a film screening, rare performance, and this conversation moderated by Paige Rozanski, curatorial associate from the department of modern art. Drawing upon the influences of technology and religion, USCO utilized everyday materials, new communication apparatuses, and Eastern and Western mysticism to create artworks that bombarded and overloaded the senses. Two films by USCO and Jud Yalkut from 1966 were shown as part of the program: Us Down By the Riverside and Us (aka Building the Tabernacle).