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L’ETA’ DEL RIMEDIO

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June 15th 2019

Rosazzo e Soleschiano di Manziano – Udine

A cura di
RAVE East Village Artist Residency
VIGNE MUSEUM Associazione Culturale

ore 11.00 — incontro pubblico
PAESAGGI FUTURI AL VIGNE MUSEUM
presenta RIVOLUZIONE PIANETA

Intervengono:
Giovanni Delù, giardiniere d’arte e orticoltore della Reggia di Versailles
Pietro Gaglianò, critico d’arte e curatore
Stefano Mancuso, neurobiologo vegetale
Daniele Puppi, artista
Marisa Sestito, vice presidente Giant Trees Foundation
Giuseppe Stampone, artista RAVE 2019
Modera: Patrizia Catalano, giornalista e curatrice

Presenti all’incontro Dora Stiefelmeier e Giovanna Felluga del Comitata Scientifico di Fondazione No Man’s Land

No Man’s Refuge

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We have put together a prototype under the great umbrella of Yona Friedman’s vision. The idea of the prototype is proposed as a basic element for whoever may need it. It represents a refuge for all, intended as a place for being together, one that is creative, born as it is from the energy of those present. It is exportable as an idea to any location in the world and we are delighted that it has been first built here in Rotacesta, together with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, with whom we continue this adventure.  

Yona Friedman, upon seeing the result, said: “mais c’est merveilleux! We have created a new type of tent!”. It is a tent that does not close, it is not dark nor is it anchored to the ground, but it participates in the life around it and the life around it in turn comes inside. No one thinks it is possible to spend a lifetime inside a refuge like this, yet it is also true that when one no longer has anything – Friedman’s own situation when he fled from the Nazis during the war – this prototype becomes a stimulus for recovering the energy with which to set off again. Currently, millions of people are in movement, a huge, relentless process. It is thus necessary to invent a world that can respond to these movements. This is an architecture of the mind, that looks to the future.

from speeches by Gemano Del Conte, Mario Pieroni, Dora Stiefelmeier

Friday 13th July 2018 h 5 p.m.
No Man’s Land – Contrada Rotacesta – Loreto Aprutino (Pescara), Italy

The No Man’s Land Foundation, in collaboration with Fondazione Baruchello and Zerynthia
invite you to the performance
Adozione della pecora, Lezione N.1 (Adoption of the Sheep, Lesson N.1)
with the participation of the Istituto Comprensivo di Loreto Aprutino.
It is better to live 100 days as a sheep than 1 as a lion. G.B.
Through the adoption of the sheep everyone can become a shepherd of a flock spread around the world. Friday 13th July at 17.00 the students of the Istituto Comprensivo di Loreto Aprutino, together with their families, will lead a symbolic flock to pasture under the direction of Maestro Gianfranco Baruchello.
Contrary to traditional flocks with a sole shepherd, this flock defines a propriety characterised by sharing. Gianfranco Baruchello’s entire body of work is based on visionary proposals that aim to spark new economic and social dynamics.
There will also be a round table dedicated to the adoption of the sheep at 18:30 in the nearby Limonaia di Terre di Varano, participating in which will be Maria Alicata, Simone Ciglia, Felice Cimatti, Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Enrico Fracassa, Massimiliano Scuderi, Carla Subrizi.
No Man’s Land, the site-specific installation by Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle has, since May 2016, been open to all in the  Contrada Rotacesta di Loreto Aprutino. Last summer a permanent work by Alvin Curran was added: a piano in the middle of a walnut forest playing a melody with no beginning or end.
The round table can be heard on www.radioartemobile.it .

13.07.2018
17:00
ADOZIONE DELLA PECORA (ADOPTION OF THE SHEEP) – Contrada Rotacesta, Loreto Aprutino (PE). Directions on google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/fDxvQyShQsQ2
18:30 ROUND TABLE – Limonaia di Terre di Varano, Contrada Varano, Catignano (PE). Directions on google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/E2kQCzpVyJu

SHARE AND EXPLORE: #nomanslandfoundation

June 28th and 29th 2018


Thursday 28th June – 11 am – 3 pm
Diritti, Arte, Diritto


Moderated by: Domenico D’Orsogna

Speakers: Giuliana Giuseppina Carboni, Arnaldo Bibo Cecchini, Omar Chessa, Andrea Crismani, Andrea Crismani, Francisco Humberto Cunha Filho, Paolo Fois, Alberto Garutti, Arnoldo Moscow Mondadori, Chiara Parisi, Alfredo Pirri, Jesus Prieto de PedroTullio Scovazzi, Donatella Spaziani, Dora Stiefelmeier, Jacques Ziller


Friday 29 June – 9 am
Vedere la Poesia – La voce di Alda Merini e la testimonianza di Arnoldo Mosca Mondadori


Ex Biblioteca Universitaria
Piazza Università 21, Sassari


The events, organized for the finissage of the art show No Man’s Library / La Biblioteca di Tutti, aim at an interdisciplinary approach on issues related to the freedom of the arts, the relationship between protection and promotion of heritage with the participation of jurists, urban planners, artists, curators and art critics, writers, museum directors, foundations and cultural institutes of the national and international scene.
info: info@sentiericontemporanei.it – ​​zerynthia@zerynthia.it
 
No Man’s Library / La Biblioteca di Tutti curated by Zerynthia
11/05 – 30/06/2018 – Ex Biblioteca Universitaria – Piazza Università 21, Sassari (IT)

SPECIAL GUESTS: Yona Friedman / Maria Lai 
ARTISTS
: Mario Airò / Maria Thereza Alves / Marco Bagnoli / Massimo Bartolini / Gianfranco Baruchello / Elisabetta Benassi / Rossella Biscotti / Katinka Bock / Paolo Canevari / Jimmie Durham / Bruna Esposito / Jan Fabre / Matteo Fato / Marco Fedele di Catrano / Federico Fusj / Rainer Ganahl / Alberto Garutti / gerlach en koop / Laura Grisi / H.H. Lim / Fabrice Hyber / IRWIN / Franz Kapfer / Gülsün Karamustafa / Koo Jeong A / Donatella Landi / Felice Levini / Sergio Lombardo / Mark Manders / Kris Martin / Liliana Moro / Hidetoshi Nagasawa / Matteo Nasini / Olaf Nicolai / Maria Nordman / Luigi Ontani / Luca Maria Patella / Luana Perilli / Cesare Pietroiusti / Alfredo Pirri / Michelangelo Pistoletto / Annie Ratti / Gert Robijns / Remo Salvadori / Maurizio Savini / ManfreDu Schu / Roman Signer / Ettore Spalletti / Michele Spanghero / Donatella Spaziani / Leonid Tishkov / Luca Vitone / Erwin Wurm / Zafos Xagoraris
PHOTEOGRAPHRS:
 Claudio Abate / Elisabetta Catalano / Gino Di Paolo / Attilio Maranzano / Massimo Piersanti 
VIDEO EXTRACTS: Jean-Baptiste Decavèle / Bernhard Riff / Antonio Trimani / Tommaso Trini / Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani
MANUSCRIPTS OF POETSAnna Cascella Luciani / Alda Merini / Daniele Pieroni / Francesco Serrao / Valentino Zeichen


#nomanslibrary #sentiericontemporanei


Sentieri Contemporanei presents
No Man’s Library / La Biblioteca di Tutti
promoted by Fondazione di Sardegna with Zerynthia Contemporary Art Association OdV and DECA Master / Master Degree in Law and Economics for Culture and Art of the University of Sassari
patrocinated by Fondazione No Man’s Land

 

curated by Zerynthia
May 11st – June 30th 2018

Opening May 10th 2018 – 6 PM
Ex Biblioteca Universitaria, Piazza Università 21, Sassari (IT)

It happens in Sardinia, the marvellous island.
What’s going on? The spaces of the former library of the old University of Sassari – long since empty of their books that have migrated to a new building – are filled with contemporary art. Ceramics, textiles, bronze, glass and water, small objects, neon and laser, site-specific interventions… and obviously tons of paper, tons of words and different languages. Then there’s photographers, poets and filmmakers making their contributions. An exhibition in which each of the 54 artists of the international scene(16 nations and 4 generations) is given a set of shelves, from A to X, like in any respectable library. The exhibition, curated by Zerynthia, is accompanied by a programme of interdisciplinary workshops and seminars coordinated by Decamaster / University of Sassari.

Artists
Mario Airò / Maria Thereza Alves / Marco Bagnoli / Massimo Bartolini / Gianfranco Baruchello / Elisabetta Benassi / Rossella Biscotti / Katinka Bock / Paolo Canevari / Jimmie Durham / Bruna Esposito / Jan Fabre / Matteo Fato / Marco Fedele di Catrano / Federico Fusj / Rainer Ganahl / Alberto Garutti / gerlach en koop / Laura Grisi / H.H. Lim / Fabrice Hyber / IRWIN / Franz Kapfer / Gülsün Karamustafa / Koo Jeong A / Donatella Landi / Felice Levini / Sergio Lombardo / Mark Manders / Kris Martin / Liliana Moro / Hidetoshi Nagasawa / Matteo Nasini / Olaf Nicolai / Maria Nordman / Luigi Ontani / Luca Maria Patella / Luana Perilli / Cesare Pietroiusti / Alfredo Pirri / Michelangelo Pistoletto / Annie Ratti / Gert Robijns / Remo Salvadori / Maurizio Savini / ManfreDu Schu / Roman Signer / Ettore Spalletti / Michele Spanghero / Donatella Spaziani / Leonid Tishkov / Luca Vitone / Erwin Wurm / Zafos Xagoraris

Photographers
Claudio Abate / Elisabetta Catalano / Gino Di Paolo / Attilio Maranzano/ Massimo Piersanti

Video excerpts by
Jean-Baptiste Decavèle / Bernhard Riff / Antonio Trimani / Tommaso Trini /Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani

Special Guests
Yona Friedman e / and Maria Lai

Manuscripts of poets
Anna Cascella Luciani/ Alda Merini / Daniele Pieroni /Francesco Serrao / Valentino Zeichen

info:
www.zerynthia.it – zerynthia@zerynthia.it
www.sentiericontemporanei.it
No Man’s Library / La Biblioteca di Tutti is part of the triennal project Sentieri Contemporanei promoted by Fondazione di Sardegna with Zerynthia Contemporary Art Association OdV and Decamaster / Master Degree in Law and Economics for Culture and Art of the University of Sassari, patrocinated by Fondazione No Man’s Land.

ARABESQUES Antonio Ratti, Textile as Art
March 14th – May 20th 2018

National Roman Museum – Baths of Diocletian, Rome


Our knowledge of the past generates new ideas and creates new forms of beauty.
Antonio Ratti
The National Roman Museum, Baths of Diocletian, hosts within the monumental spaces of its Great Halls the exhibition ARABESQUES. Antonio Ratti, Textile as Art from 14th March to 20th May 2018. The exhibition, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti, Annie Ratti and Maddalena Terragni, is dedicated to the Como-born textile entrepreneur Antonio Ratti (1915-2002) creator of Gruppo Ratti and the cultural Foundation that bears his name. 
The show interlaces the multiple aspects of the life of Antonio Ratti: from design to business, art and cultural promotion, both public and private, in a rich and articulated course covering ancient and modern textiles and works of contemporary art.
The trajectory of the entrepreneur and patron can be sensed in the exhibition through a selection of the ample textile collection of the Fondazione Antonio Ratti (FAR), which was born as a private collection, and tool for study and research for the designers and stylists of the company “Tessitura Serica Antonio Ratti” founded by him in 1945 and the first stage of a long and progressive industrial activity that would culminate in theGruppoRatti, renowned worldwide forits textile production. 
Alongside the ancient Coptic and Pre-Columbian artefacts, the cravates, the late nineteenth century brocades, the first production of designs by Antonio Ratti (1934-40), the textiles collected in pattern books,are the works of artists who over the years have become part of the activity of the FAR.
Fifteen installations and videosby as many artists are present in the Great Halls of the ancient Roman baths, confirming the vocation of these spaces for welcoming great exhibitions. Outside, a modular structure by Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, part of No Man’s Land, and a sound installation by Liliana Moro. Inside are works by Rossella Biscotti, Julia Brown, Rä di Martino, Jimmie Durham, Mario Garcia Torres, Melanie Gilligan, Renée Green, Hans Haacke, Joan Jonas, Matt Mullican, Luigi Ontani, Giulio Paolini, Diego Perrone and Cesare Pietroiusti.
Completing the show are historical notes, documents and photographs to do with the company and a documentary video bringing together the archives of the FAR with those of the Gruppo Ratti.
The exhibition is promoted by the National Roman Museum with organization and sponsorship by Electa, in collaboration with the Fondazione Antonio Ratti, the Mantova City Council and the Palazzo Te International Centre of Art and Culture.
The exhibition was designed by the architects Philippe Rahm and Irene d’Agostino.
 

contacts and info: info@fondazioneratti.org

 

by Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle
January 26th 2018

4 PM opening site-specific installation at the cloister of the central site of University of Sassari,
Piazza Università 21, Sassari, Italy
Instituitional greetings:
Massimo Carpinelli / Gian Paolo Demuro / Alba Canu / Paola Pittaluga
Presentation of the project: Jean-Baptiste Decavèle / Carlo Mannoni / Mario Pieroni
4:30 PM meeting “Utopia e progetto”, round table and book presentation, “No Man’s Land” by Yona Friedman, published by Di Paolo Edizioni .
Participants:
Mario Bruno / Marco Cabassi / Pierluigi Calignano / Cecilia Casorati / Jean-Baptiste Decavèle / Giannella Demuro / Giovanna Felluga / Tommaso Gazzolo /Giovanni Maciocco / Antonello Marotta / Mario Pieroni / Gianfranco Sanna / Giuliano Sergio / Paolo Sirena / Francesco Spanedda / Gabriele Starinieri / Dora Stiefelmeier
Moderators:
Domenico D’Orsogna and Simonetta Sanna
No Man’s City / La Città di Tutti is part of the triennial project Sentieri Contemporanei (Contemporary Paths) promoted by:
Fondazione di Sardegna with the Voluntary Contemporary Art Association Zerynthia and Decamaster / Master Degree in Law and Economics for Culture and Art of the University of Sassari, patrocinated by the No Man’s Land Foundation.
info www.uniss.it – www.decamaster.it – www.zerynthia.it – www.sentiericontemporanei.it

Architecture for nature

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Summer school by NOW – New Operation Wave
September 7th – 10th 2017
Vigne Museum by Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle
and Livio Felluga winery – Rosazzo (Udine), Italy

“Architecture for Nature” is the first formation project based at Vigne Museum, a permanent intervention by Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, promoted by Livio Felluga and No Man’s Land Foundation. Coordinated by NOW New Operation Wave and Giovanna Felluga, young architects, artists and curators, participated in an experience in close contact with the territory while respecting the criteria of autonomy, adaptability, sustainability, self-organization and self-planning. Three working groups were formed, organized spontaneously by participants. Each group has the task of designing modular elements with different functions that inspired by the Vigne Museum. The functions have been identified according to the needs of the vineyard.

Participants:
ILARIA CANAVESE  / CARLA CAPODIMONTI / ANTONELLA CASCIONE / GIULIA CINELLI / SERGIO CORETTI / ANN GUILLAUME / JONEL KOLIĆ / LORENZO KRATTER / LORENZO LAZZARI / KAROLINA LIUSIKOVA /  LUCA MASSARUTTO / BARBARA NARDACCHIONE / FRANCESCA PELLICCI / LEONARDO POLI / ELISA SCAPICCHIO / DANIELA SERRA / ANTONIO SOTGIU / STEFANO SPAIRANI RIGHI / FILIPPO ZAMPARO
Professors:
Piotr Barbarewicz – Università degli Studi di Udine
Mauro Bertagnin – Università degli Studi di Udine
Renato Bocchi – Università Iuav di Venezia
Giovanni Corbellini – Università degli Studi di Trieste
Antonello Marotta – Università degli Studi di Sassari
Tiziana Proietti – Istituto Europeo di Design, Roma
Giuliano Sergio – Accademia di Belle Arti di Udine
Project coordination NOW – New Operation Wave and Giovanna Felluga – Scientific Comettee of Fondazione No Man’s Land
Promoted by the company Livio Felluga
Partners
Zerynthia Association for Contemporary Art VA
No Man’s Land Foundation
Cluster Arredo e Sistema Casa
Press Office AtemporaryStudio

by Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle
curated by Zerynthia Association for Contemporary Art OdV

August 10th 2017 – temporary installation
Station of Berchidda / Station of Oschiri (Sassari) , Italy

No Man’s City / Everybody’s Station, a site-specific intervention by Friedman with Decavèle moving from a place to another, embracing other events…
In this particular case:  Locomotive, a concert by Raffaele Casarano and Marco Bardoscia for the Time in Jazz Festival.
Chances of exchanges for a public on the move.
Following Friedman’s theories, the act of building thus loses the connotations of appropriation of a space to acquire those of a method, capable of stimulating social self-regulation.
No Man’s City / Everybody’s Station is part of the triennial project Sentieri Contemporanei (Contemporary Paths) promoted by Fondazione di Sardegna with the Voluntary Contemporary Art Association Zerynthia and Decamaster / Master Degree in Law and Economics for Culture and Art of the University of Sassari, in collaboration with the Fondazione META, patrocinated by the No Man’s Land Foundation.

In Natura

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by Francesco Di Bernardo, Alessandro Rietti and Francesco Toppeta
curated by Antonio Zimarino

Opening 5th August 2017 – temporary site specific installation
No Man’s Land – Contrada Rotacesta – Loreto Aprutino (Pescara), Italy 

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