With the 2016 edition, ArteVisione presents some substantial changes, aimed to offer a possibility of professional growth to an ever-growing number of artists. With this edition born ArteVisione LAB, a workshop offered to the 10 finalists with audiovisual and film experts who partecipate to the critical analysis and review of the projects presented. The artist Adrian Paci is the visiting professor of this year.
This year's theme focuses on the role attributed to technology as a factor of deep transformation of the individual, as well as the entire society. The finalists participating at the workshop are: Aves Project, The Cool Couple, Irene Dionisio, Elisabetta Falanga, Roberto Fassone, Gaia Formenti, Valentina Furian, Riccardo Giacconi, Martina Rosa and Catherina Erica Shanta.
The 2016 edition has as institutional partnership: the Museo del Novecento, which will host the 2016 edition's winning work in the context of the Twelfth Day of Contemporary Art, on 15th of October 2016.
Visiting professor: Adrian Paci
Adrian Paci was born in 1969 in Scutari in Albania and today lives and works in Milan. From 1987 to 1991 he attended the Academy of Arts in Tirana. He taught History of Art and Aesthetics at the University of Scutari from 1995 to 1997, when, due to the unrest in his own state, he moved to Milan with his family. In 1999 Paci was among the first Albanian artist to represent his country at the Venice Biennale. In 2004 he was resident at Apexart in New York. His first major solo exhibition took place the following year at the MoMA PS1 in New York. In the same year, he had a solo show at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm and his work was presented again at the Venice Biennale. In 2009 his work appeared in the collective The Storytellers at the Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany. He is a lecturer / teacher at NABA -New Academy of Fine Arts- in Milan. The concept of exile occupies a central place in his research. His work often deals with the themes of geographical separation, nostalgia, and memory.
Chiara Agnello - Artistic Director Careof
Cecilia Canziani - Curator
Anna De Manincor - Artistic collective ZimmerFrei
Denis Isaia - Curator at Mart - Museum of the modern and contemporary art of Trento and Rovereto
Roberta Lissidini - Sky CSR
Adrian Paci - Artist Mentor
Roberto Pisoni - Director Sky Art HD
Iolanda Ratti- Museo del Novecento
ArteVisione LAB has offered to the artists involved the opportunity to discuss, verify and expand the inceptive idea following the indications received from audiovisual and film industry experts invited to partecipate to the seven days of workshop: Chris Auty, Leonardo Bigazzi, Edoardo Bolli, Gabriele Di Matteo, Maurizio Grillo, Mirco Mencacci, Iolanda Ratti, Luca Trevisani.
The workshop, organized from 11th to 17th of January 2016, was divided into the following meetings:
Visit the Sky studios with speeches by Frederic Michel (EVP Corporal Reputation and Special Programs), Roberto Pisoni (director of Sky Arte HD), Marzia Kronauer (responsible for Sky CSR) and Chiara Agnello (artistic director Careof and curator of ArteVisione).
Meeting with Chris Auty, Head of Production - National Film and Television School (NFTS)
how to display in a museum a time-based media . Theoretical and practical issues - Meeting with Iolanda Ratti, conservator of the Museo del Novecento
Meeting with Luca Trevisani, winner of the 2015 edition: presentation of Il cerchio, film produced in 2015
The Role of the DOP. Cinema and new languages. Tools for using a professional camera - meeting with Edoardo Bolli, director of photography
Meeting with Gabriele di Matteo, artist, Dynamo Camp
The role of the Sound Designer in a film production - the evolution over time of the last years / The importance of the audio component in the production of a video - meeting with Mirco Mencacci, Sound Designer
Assembly theory and technique - meeting with Maurizio Grillo, editor
Meeting with Leonardo Bigazzi -Lo Schermo dell’Arte- video Production and video distribution
Legal definition of the contemporary art work: installations, video art, relational art, performance, dematerialized art / Contracts for the creation and circulation of contemporary art work - Meeting with Alessandra Donati, lecturer at the University Bicocca of Milan and NABA
At the end of the workshop, the artists had seven days to review some aspects of the presented project. This second version of the project, enriched by the shared work week, was then evaluated by the jury that identified the winner.
** Riccardo Giacconi ** wins € 12.000 for the production of a video work, 4 months residency at Careof and the opportunity to be supported by Adrian Paci. The Cool Couple and Caterina Erica Shanta receive 3 months residency at Careof instead.
Download here the catalog to deepen the research of the 10 finalists and the profiles of the professionals involved.
Title: ArteVisione 2016. A project to support young Italian artists.
Artists: Aves Project, The Cool Couple, Irene Dionisio, Elisabetta Falanga, Roberto Fassone, Gaia Formenti, Valentina Furian, Riccardo Giacconi, Martina Rosa, Caterina Erica Shanta
Curated by: Chiara Agnello, Careof
Project managers: Marta Bianchi, Careof ; Marzia Kronauer e Roberta Lissidini, Sky CSR
Director: Roberto Pisoni, Sky Arte HD
Coordination: Dino Vannini, Sky Arte HD
Corporate Relations Manager: Rossella Terzolo, Careof
Presentation of _Lo Scherzo_ by Riccardo Giacconi at Museo del Novecento
Sala Fontana, Museo del Novecento, Milan
15.10.2016 6.30 pm
Conversation between Riccardo Giacconi and Alberto Camerini
17.10.2016 8.00 pm
Lo Scherzo will be broadcast for the first time on Sky Arte HD
Careof, Sky Italia and Museo del Novecento present Lo scherzo by Riccardo Giacconi, winner of ArteVisione 2016, a project in support of Italian talent.
The work will be presented to the public for the first time from 11th-16th October 2016 in the Sala Fontana of the Museo del Novecento. The exhibition, curated by Chiara Agnello and Iolanda Ratti, will also include a talk between the artist and the singer-songwriter Alberto Camerini scheduled for the Twelfth Giornata del Contemporaneo on 15th October 2016 at 6.30 pm.
The theme of the 2016 Call for Proposals - focused on technology as a factor of deep transformation of the individual and of society as a whole - Riccardo Giacconi responds with a video portrait of Alberto Camerini. Through a series of conversations and a montage of unpublished archive materials, Giacconi lets emerge a story full of details, variations and quotations that, with great skill, relives with the singer-songwriter, in a continuous reflection between his public a more private than now. Evoking some of the career steps of Camerini, who defines himself as "cyberclown, harlequin, puppet", returns the peculiarity of a style that intersects pop, punk, folk and electronics, inspired on one side by the Commedia dell'Arte and the figure of Giambattista Tiepolo , and on the other to technological innovations and the beginnings of computer technology.