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PREMIO NY/ NEW YORK PRIZE

Date:

04/26/2016


PREMIO NY/ NEW YORK PRIZE

Francesca Grilli and Letizia Calori & Violette Maillard are the winners of the 2015-1016 edition of Premio NY.
The Premio New York
brings promising younger Italian artists to New York for a residency at the ISCP Gallery (International Studio and Curatorial Program) in Brooklyn, with the support of the Italian Academy at the Columbia University, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Italian Cultural Institute in New York.

Francesca Grilli’s installations and performances focus on the intensity of intimate stories. These works are supported by sound elements, which Grilli considers the most effective means of communicating directly with the individual and collective unconscious. Her most recent project explores the relationship between two islands: Ellis Island and Lampedusa. She will present the starting point of this project during her presentation.

Calori & Maillard work with sculpture and performance. They will present their work L’Oiseau de Feu, a ballet for tower cranes (2014-15) and their ongoing project Fashion Show, a series of wearable sculptures inspired by high-rise buildings in Frankfurt, New York and Shanghai.

 

Calori & Maillard (Letizia Calori and Violette Maillard) have worked as a duo since 2009. Their collaboration combines a background in architecture (Calori) and film studies (Maillard). In 2011 they obtained an MA in Visual Arts at IUAV, Venice. In 2012 they moved to Frankfurt where they deepened their research at the Staedelschule Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste.

Francesca Grilli was born in Bologna in 1978. Her work examines the realm of sound processing, in all its forms, registers and multiple implications, expressive and perceptive. Using the language of performance, she moves between private and personal elements and the spectators' space of action, drawing viewers into a boundless space of physical and emotional involvement, often an ambiguous and unsettling territory.

Information

Date: Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Time: From 6:00 pm To 8:00 pm

Organized by : ICI

In collaboration with : The Italian Academy

Entrance : Free


Location:

Istituto Italiano di Cultura di New York

1610