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Fondazione Baruchello

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Adozione della pecora 

una performance di Gianfranco Baruchello

 
Sabato 27 maggio

Ore 15.00 – 18.00

Palazzo Chigi, Ariccia

Granpalazzo 2017 annuncia il programma di performance per la terza edizione. Tre artisti di diverse generazioni – Gianfranco Baruchello, Italo Zuffi, Roberto Fassone – presentati da Fondazione Baruchello, Fondazione Volume!, smART – polo per l’arte, tutte realtà di base a Roma.

Gianfranco Baruchello (Livorno, 1924), ‘Adozione della pecora’
Sabato 27 maggio, dalle ore 15.00
Palazzo Chigi
Presentato da Fondazione Baruchello

Un gregge di pecore in legno viene condotto dai visitatori e dagli ospiti di GRANPALAZZO, che ne diventano così i “pastori”. Le decine di pecore sono trasportate attraverso le sale, caratterizzandosi come presenza insolita tra le opere delle gallerie e gli ambienti di Palazzo Chigi. Un’azione corale che affronta i concetti di responsabilità, condivisione e “farsi carico”.

Italo Zuffi (Imola, 1969), ‘Crescendo-Diminuendo (Sergio Ragalzi)’, 2017
​Sabato 27 maggio, dalle ore 16.00
Palazzo Chigi
Presentato da Fondazione VOLUME!

 

Il progetto si colloca a metà fra un lavoro sull’ascolto e una performance. All’interno di una stanza, un sistema audio riproduce il sonoro di un vernissage, ripercorrendone per intero la curva gaussiana. In questo ambiente privo di opere viene offerto un rinfresco. L’autore di tale allestimento è presente nello spazio: il pubblico si trova in questo modo proiettato all’interno di una “meta-inaugurazione” di cui si potranno assecondare i rituali e le pratiche.

Roberto Fassone (Savigliano, 1986), ‘Fox With The Sound Of Its Owl Shaking (unplugged)’
Domenica 28 maggio. Sono previste tre repliche – di cui una in inglese: 11.30 – 12.00 – 12.30
Uccelliera di Parco Chigi
Presentato da smART – polo per l’arte

L’artista rilegge attraverso il linguaggio e l’uso del corpo una serie di opere che hanno fatto la storia dell’arte del ‘900. I lavori vengono raccontati e “agiti” allo stesso tempo, dando vita a una performance colta. coinvolgente e ironica.

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Granpalazzo 2017 is pleased to announce the lineup of performances for its third edition. Three artists, three generations (Gianfranco Baruchello, Italo Zuffi, Roberto Fassone, presented by the The Baruchello Foundation, Volume! Foundation, smART, polo per l’a polo per l’arte, all three based in Rome.

Gianfranco Baruchello (Livorno, 1924), ‘Adozione della pecora’
Saturday May 27, between 3 pm and 7 pm
Palazzo Chigi
Presented by The Baruchello Foundation

A “flock” of wooden sheep will be led by GRANPALAZZO visitors and guests – who become shepherds in the process – through room after room after room, a fairly unusual presence among Palazzo Chigi’s works of art and environs. This concerted action addresses the concepts of responsibility and “carrying the load”.

Italo Zuffi (Imola, IT 1969), ‘Crescendo-Diminuendo (Sergio Ragalzi)’, 2017
Saturday May 27th, 4 pm
Palazzo Chigi
Presented by VOLUME! Foundation

The work is a curious mixture between a sound piece and a performance. An audio system inside a room provides the soundscape typical of a vernissage for the entire extent of its Gaussian curve. A light buffet will be set up for the guests, even if no work of art may be seen. The author of the installation is on hand, and the public finds itself projected into a “meta-inauguration”to testify to its practices and rituals.

Roberto Fassone (Savigliano, IT 1986), ‘Fox With The Sound Of Its Owl Shaking (unplugged)’
Sunday, May 28, (three performances, one in English: 11.30 am – 12.00 pm – 12.30 pm)
Palazzo Chigi’s Uccelliera area
Presented by smART – polo per l’arte

The artist re-interprets through words and body language a series of works that made the history of art in the 1900s. The works are narrated and acted out at the same time in an engaging performance that is both informing and ironic.

The Baruchello Foundation founded in 1998 by Gianfranco Baruchello and Carla Subrizi, the fruit of a donation by Gianfranco Baruchello after forty years of work as an artist, provides the foundation for a cultural endeavor in support of contemporary art and experimentation. Around fifty works, paintings, sculpture, curios, films and videos, a library of 40,000 books, manuscripts, and archives, video and cinematographic equipment, 27 acres of outdoor area, a main building and annexes for residence programs, artists’ studios and laboratories make up the donation. http://www.fondazionebaruchello.com

VOLUME! Foundation was founded in 1997 in a former glassworks in the heart of Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood with the objective of offering a public place for the production of today’s art and culture by enabling synergy between artists and experts in different fields of knowledge, a workshop that became a landmark for artists, critics, and intellectuals in just a few short years. Numerous contemporary artists have come to use the display space and set up site-specific projects that opened windows on the international word of creativity every time, not to mention encounters between artists and the public or significant collaborations with cultural institution and museums in Italy and abroad, see http://www.fondazionevolume.com

smART – polo per l’arte is a non-profit cultural association dedicated to supporting and promoting contemporary art set up through the effort of Margherita Marzotto, Stephanie Fazio, and Giorgia Rissone. Since 2013, smART has been proposing an articulated program of exhibitive, educational and cultural activities. All the projects developed by smART are based on careful research in the fields of art and cultural with an aperture to encounter and dialogue with different players on the contemporary art scene. http://www.smartroma.org/

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