MARCO BAGNOLI, IOxTE, 2004

MARCO BAGNOLIIOxTE Scientific, alchemical, mystic knowledge, artist’s writing, Platonic and neoplatonic philosophy, Hermeticism, multi-religious sacred writings, history of art, a great many knowledges and recollections: these are the sources on which Bagnoli draws when he wants to overstep the knowledge itself and soothe his melancholy through a double tendency, being either formal or spiritual. Bagnoli’s personal show will include a new staging of both new and old works. We are

PANTANI SURACE, Non chiedetemi perché la pioggia si trasforma in grandine, 2004

PANTANI SURACENon spigatemi perché la pioggia si trasforma in grandine Non spigatemi perché la pioggia si trasforma in grandine: Lia Pantani and Giovanni Surace as the artists. The installation is made up of two parts: 200 kg of hand made enamelled fire-clay pellets cover the gallery floor. The noisy colours, as symbols of a feast, conceal a catastrophe, recalled by the shattering sound following each step. The objects whose danger

PATRICK JOLLEY, REBECCA TROST, INGER LISE HANSEN, Here After, 2004

Patrich Jolley, Rebecca Trost and Inger Lise HansenHere After, Here After arises from the co-operation among Patrich Jolley, Rebecca Trost and Inger Lise Hansen. In March 2003 they worked with the Breaking Ground and the Ballymun, which ordered them the job. A long enquiry was held, shooting was carried out and the film finally took shape.  The project grew out of a shared interest in derelict locations. The artists used