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Premio New York 2014

Data:

30/03/2015


Premio New York 2014

I vinvitori:Margherita Moscardini e Andrea Nacciarriti

Margherita MoscardiniProgettoMetropolitan Voids Agency Un masso enorme è incastrato tra due edifici tra il 17 e il 19 di Bennett Avenue, in Hudson Heights. E’ il punto più alto di Manhattan, 81 metri sopra il mare. Il volume di granito, porzione superficiale del bed-rock dell’isola, prima di essere un solido pieno è un vuoto, che sfuggito alla griglia sottrae a Manhattan spazio edificabile, insidiando il suo desiderio congenito di saturazione, la sua vocazione a trarre il massimo profitto entro i confini dell’isola. In potenza sovversivo come una montagna di corpi che occupano lo spazio pubblico per difenderlo, il masso di granito in Hudson Heights è uno dei vuoti urbani, permanenti, temporanei, sotterranei o di superficie che il progetto Metropolitan Voids Agency cercherà di raccogliere interrogandone il potenziale. Margherita Moscardini (Italy, 1981) studied Cultural Anthropology in Bologna, Italy and she attended the Advanced Course in Visual Arts of Antonio Ratti Foundation, Como, Italy, with Yona Friedman. Her work has been recently exhibited at MMCA Changdong, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea, Italian Institute of Culture of Istanbul, Turkey, MACRO, Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, Italy, ArtToday CCA, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, SongEun Art Space, Seoul, South Korea, Schauwerk Foundation, Stuttgart, Germany, Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy, Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, Firenze, Italy. She is currently based in New York, as a resident of the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) and as a fellow of the Italian Academy of Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University, supported by the Italian Cultural Institute of New York (New York Prize 2015). Andrea NacciarritiProgettoPolyporaceae Extract about the Dialog between John Cage and Mike Bongiorno during the final episode of “Lascia o raddoppia” (Milan, Thursday, February 26 1959) M.B.: Well done Mr. Cage. Very well Mr. Cage, good job! Mr. Cage proved us that he's a real mushroom expert because the questions we asked him tonight were very tough. He hasn't just been an odd character performing strange music on the stage, he's a prepared scholar indeed. I knew it because I remember him saying he had been living by the woods near New York and that everyday he used to go walking searching for mushrooms. That's where he improved his skills. J.C.: I'd like to thank the mushrooms, RAI and all the people of Italy. M.B.: All the people of Italy! [applauses] M.B.: Goodbye Mr. Cage. Have a nice trip; do you go back to United States or you stay here? [as Bongiorno literally puts it] M.B.: Ah, you're coming back. J.C.: My music is staying. M.B.: Ah, so you're leaving and you're music is staying. But we'd wish you to stay here and your music to go away instead! [laughs and applauses] M.B.: Goodbye Mr. Cage. See you soon and good luck to everyone with Lascia o Raddoppia! Andrea Nacciarriti's (born 1976, Ostra Vetere, Italy) work is included in both the Foundation Antoine de Galbert, Paris and La Gaia Collection, Italy. Recent solo exhibitions include Pescheria Foundation Visual Arts Center, Pesaro, Italy; Centre d’Art Bastille, Grenoble, France; and Franco Soffiantino Gallery, Torino. Nacciarriti has been included in group exhibitions at MACRO, Rome; La Maison Rouge, Paris; and Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains, France.

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Data: Lun 30 Mar 2015

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