italiano













installation view


outside installation view

installation detail

Fragmented Show
- Visiting Professor Marjetica Potrc
Exhibition by the students of the XII Advanced Course in Visual Arts of the FAR

aiPotu, Giorgio Andreotta Calò, Timea Anita Oravecz, Dafne Boggeri, Vesna Bukovec, Candice Jee, Alice Cattaneo, Ulrika Ferm, Gunndís Yr Finnbogadóttir, Michael Fliri, Emma Houlihan, Tara Kennedy, Inmi Lee, Emanuel Licha, Jonatah Manno, Alli Miller, Jennie Moran, neuroTransmitter, Gastón Ramírez Feltrín, Matteo Rubbi, Eugenio Tibaldi, Nicola Toffolini

curated by Anna Daneri, Roberto Pinto and Cesare Pietroiusti

October 10 - 28 2006


Fragmented Show opens Tuesday, October 10th. Fragmented Show is the exhibition of works by the students of the Advanced Course in Visual Arts of the Antonio Ratti Foundation, directed by Annie Ratti.
The exhibition, curated by Anna Daneri, Roberto Pinto and Cesare Pietroiusti, is in collaboration with Artegiovane Milano, Careof, neon>fdv and Viafarini, and under the patronage of the Municipality of Milan.

During the opening of the exhibition at the Fabbrica del Vapore – the exhibition space of the Department of Youth of the Municipality of Milan - the three winners of the EPSON FAR award for artistic research will be announced at 8.00 p.m. The prize has been founded this year thanks to the contribution of Epson Italia that has chosen to support young artists by awarding the most interesting works of visual experimentation.

The 20 Italian and international artists are: aiPotu (Norway), Giorgio Andreotta Calò (Italy) and Timea Anita Oravecz (Hungary), Dafne Boggeri (Italy), Vesna Bukovec (Slovenia), Candice Jee (Australia), Alice Cattaneo (Italy), Ulrika Ferm (Finland), Gunndís Ýr Finnbogadóttir (Iceland/Holland), Michael Fliri (Italy), Emma Houlihan (Ireland), Tara Kennedy (Ireland), Inmi Lee (Korea), Emanuel Licha (Canada), Jonatah Manno (Italy), Alli Miller (USA), Jennie Moran (Ireland), neuroTransmitter (USA), Gastón Ramírez Feltrín (Mexico/Italy), Matteo Rubbi (Italy), Eugenio Tibaldi (Italy), Nicola Toffolini (Italy).

The School of Art - Faculty of Built Environment Art & Design, Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia, the Sku
c Gallery Ljubljana (Slovenia), the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (Holland), The Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA), the Svenska Konstskolans Vänner (SKV) Nykarleby (Finland) and The Arts Council of Ireland have offered grants to the young artists of their countries. Following the reflections developed this summer during Marjetica Potrc’s artistic and theoretical workshop entitled Fragmented City, the students now present their projects in the exhibition spaces of Fabbrica del Vapore, Careof, neon>fdv and Viafarini.
The four sites emphasize from a logistic perspective the concept of urban fragmentation and decentralization, one of the main issues of this year’s course.

The three students winners of the EPSON FAR award for artistic research will be selected by a jury composed by an international curator/art critic and two other members representing the Antonio Ratti Foundation and Epson. The winners will receive Epson high technology devices.

Fragmented Show
is accompanied by a publication, realized by Produzioni Nero, that illustrates the student’s work and their biographies. The 2006 catalogue on the Visiting Professor Marjetica Potrc, published by Actar, will also be presented on this occasion.


With the support of Comune di Milano - Settore Tempo Libero


top

last update 12-10-2011