W dniach 12.11-1.12.2019 Agnieszka Mastalerz, absolwentka Wydziału Sztuki Mediów Akademii Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie weźmie udział w wystawie VISIO. Moving Images After Post-Internet we florenckim Palazzo Strozzi.
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From 12 November to 1 December 2019 Palazzo Strozzi hosts VISIO. Moving Images After Post-Internet, an exhibition dedicated to video works by 12 under-35 international artists taking part to VISIO – European Programme on Artists’ Moving Images, a project promoted by Lo Schermo dell’arte Film Festival and curated by Leonardo Bigazzi.
The exhibition offers an insight into the practice of a generation of artists who, during the years of their education, witnessed the rise of the so-called “Post-Internet condition”. This definition has been adopted since the end of the first decade of 2000 in order to describe art that could no longer avoid to confront the growing hyper-connectivity of the internet, both in conceptual and in production and distribution terms.
However, the meaning of the term “Post-Internet” has changed as quickly as the technology it was associated with, becoming obsolete and controversial and being mostly reduced to the often derogatory formal categorization of a vast number of artworks. During the same years the digital revolution and the acceleration imposed by new media have deeply changed the language of moving images and their exhibition models. The show therefore reflects on these transformations and on the influence they had on this generation of artists, on the legacy of the Post-Internet phenomenon and on the possible reasons of its definitive overcoming.
The project returns to Palazzo Strozzi after the successful 2015 edition. This witnesses the Foundation’s vocation for experimenting with contemporary artistic production and confirming its collaboration with Lo Schermo dell’arte for VISIO, a unique project in Europe, which, through the exhibition and a program of seminars, meetings and conversation rooms, is aimed at deepening the vision, the comparison and the mobility of the artists who use moving images in their artistic practice.
Up to 25 September 2019 it is possible to apply to the Open Call for the selection, carried out in partnership with Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, Art House (Shkodër), Careof (Milan), De Ateliers (Amsterdam), HIAP – Helsinki International Artist Programme, LE FRESNOY Studio national des arts contemporains (Tourcoing), Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten (Amsterdam), the Royal College of Art (London), Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (Copenhagen), Royal Institute of Art (Stockholm), Sandberg Instituut, Fine Arts (Amsterdam), Städelschule (Frankfurt), Universität der Künste Berlin, WIELS, Contemporary Art Centre (Brussel).
More info: www.schermodellarte.org/visio-2019
Artists: Rebecca Jane Arthur, Miguel Azuaga, Patrick Alan Banfield, Enar de Dios Rodríguez, Eva Giolo, Inas Halabi, Polina Kanis, Adam Kaplan, Valentina Knežević, Agnieszka Mastalerz, Jacopo Rinaldi, Igor Simić.
Curated by Leonardo Bigazzi.