In the 2016 edition, ArteVisione presents some significant novelties, aimed to offer a chance for professional growth to an ever-larger number of artists. Alongside the contest there is ArteVisione LAB, a workshop offered to the 10 finalists with experts in the audiovisual and cinematographic fields and the artist Adrian Paci as visiting professor, facing the critical analysis and the review of the presented projects.
The theme of the year focuses on the role of technology as an individual transformation factor, just as of the entire society. The ten finalists participating to the workshop are Aves Project, The Cool Couple, Irene Dionisio, Elisabetta Falanga, Roberto Fassone, Gaia Formenti, Valentina Furian, Riccardo Giacconi, Martina Rosa, Caterina Erica Shanta.
The 2016 edition includes the institutional partnership of Museo del Novecento, which will host the winning work of the 2016 edition during the “Dodicesima Giornata del Contemporaneo”, on 15th October 2016.
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.
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET 2016 EDITION
Finalist artists: Aves Project, The Cool Couple, Irene Dionisio, Elisabetta Falanga, Roberto Fassone, Gaia Formenti, Valentina Furian, Riccardo Giacconi, Martina Rosa, Caterina Erica Shanta
Winning artist: Riccardo Giacconi
Curated by: Chiara Agnello, Careof
Visiting professor: Adrian Paci
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
ArteVisione LAB: workshop
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.
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
Riccardo Giacconi - "Lo Scherzo"
“Lo scherzo” is a portrait of the singer-songwriter Alberto Camerini, a well-known Italian pop interpreter at the beginning of the 1980s. Through a series of conversations and an editing of unpublished archive materials, Giacconi evokes some passages of Camerini’s career, exploring the personal and political roots of a style that crosses pop, punk, folk and electronic. It is also inspired on the one hand by the Art Comedy and the figure of Giambattista Tiepolo, and on the other by technological innovations and the beginnings of computer science.
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
Year:  2016
Running time: 25’
Technical specifications: ProRes HD 1920x1080 pixels, stereo, 2 channels, 25’
Archive images: Alberto Camerini, Silvia Perego
In collaboration with: Carolina Valencia Caicedo
Production: Marta Bianchi (Careof)
Sound: Attila Faravelli
Colour correction: Andrea Maggiolo (SAE Institute Milano)
Graphic design: Giulia Marzin
Shooting in: Atelier Carlo Colla e Figli, Musicalia-Museo of Musica Meccanica with the participation of: Martina Angelotti, Eugenio Monti Colla, Camillo Cosulich, Debora Coviello, Ivan Carozzi, Rachele D'Osualdo, Danila Domizi, Guido Giacconi, Guglielmo Giacconi, Valentina Furian, Mario Gorni, Maurizio Grillo, Andrea Maggiolo, Silvia Perego, Enrica Serafini, Caterina Erica Shanta, Franco Severi, Andrea Zaru
“Lo scherzo” is a Sky Italia and Careof production.
In collaboration with SAE Institute, Atelier Carlo Colla e Figli, Musicalia-Museo of Musica Meccanica.
PUBLIC PROGRAMME: LUCA TREVISANI – “IL CERCHIO”
In collaboration with Museo del Novecento, Sky Italia and Careof present “Il Cerchio” by Luca Trevisani, winner of ArteVisione 2015, a project supporting young artists.
The exhibition is open to the public from the 12th to the 21st of February 2016 in the wonderful setting of Fontana Hall in Museo del Novecento. It is curated by Chiara Agnello, curator of ArteVisione, and Iolanda Ratti, curator of Museo del Novecento.
Following the theme of the 2015 call for entries – inspired by the year dedicated to light – Luca Trevisani directed a film honouring the modernist architecture of Villa Girasole, in the province of Verona, and its special connection with the sun. From here, Trevisani presents a deep research on the human condition and the dialogic and specular relation between light and time, through the collaboration with the choreographer Michele di Stefano, winner of the Silver Lion at Venice Dance Biennale in 2014.
“Il Cerchio” – produced by Careof and Sky in collaboration with 999 Films and Filmmaster – will be premiered on Sky Arte HD coming soon on channels 120 and 400 on Sky.
Technical sheet – “Il Cerchio”
ProRes HD 1920 x 1080 points
stereo 2 channels
Director: Luca Trevisani
Director of photography: Edoardo Bolli
Executive Producer: Luca Legnani (999 Films)
Producer: Marta Bianchi (Careof)
Production Assistant: Mario Ciaramitaro
Camera Assistant: Andrea Cassina, Lorenzo Casadio
Video Assistant: Edoardo Gallizzi
Electrician: Emanuele Mestriner, Antonio Cirelli, Andrea Buzza
Grip: Roland Klein
Sound Engineer: Alessio Fornasiero, Lorenzo Dal Ri
Steadicam Operator: Diego Capelli
Runner: Leonardo Solazzi
Unit Still Photographers: Francesca Verga, Francesco Mariani
Art Director: Carlo Trevisani
Art Director Assistant: Sebastiano Sofia
Costume designer: Fabio Quaranta
Costume designer assistant: Francesca Natali, Alma Uggeri
Editing: Fabio Nunziata
Music: Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch
Sound Mix: Lorenzo dal Ri
Technical equipment: D-Vision Italia
Colour Grading: D-Color Italia
Colourist: Federico Belati
Michele Di Stefano