Come to Venice // Benedetta Panisson

June 1st - 15th

Come to Venice” (2013) is a 20 minutes documentary about Venice. Some interviews made to people who lives in the island tell about Venice joy and sadness. The sound of the alarm syren is the recording of the original high tide syren that was used till some years ago to alert islanders. The same sound here becomes a general state of alarm.

Benedetta Panisson (Venice, 1980) works with video installation, photography, live performance and drawings. Part of her research is dedicated to the aesthetics of sexuality. Some her most important partecipations: International Prize for Performance, Centrale di Fies, curated by Marina Abramovic and Fabio Cavallucci (2005), Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Centro Pecci, Premio Furla per l’Arte (2007), Museo della Permanente, Milan (2006), Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea di Trento, Care of, Milano, Centre International des Recollets, Paris (2006) Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan (2008), Bienal de Valencia, Centrale di Fies, Spazio Oberdan, Milano; Der Greif and Fotofilmic (2015); Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens (2016).

PAST:

May 7th – 30th

“L’albero di trasmissione”
Fabrizio Bellomo

Year: 2014
Duration: 47′
Projectrion format: Color FULL HD 30fps audio: LCR on 5.1

PAST:

April 16th – 30th

“Frost 5”
Bruno Muzzolini

Year: 2004
Duration: 3’05′
Projectrion format: DVD, color, sound

PAST:

April 1st – 15th

“Un’estate a Milano”
Demetrio Giacomelli

Year: 2018
Duration: 45′
Tipology: Documentary
Projection format: HD, color

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