Sky Italia and Careof, in partnership with Museo del Novecento, present Cerchio by Luca Trevisani, winner of ArteVisione 2015 a project to support young artists. The exhibition is open to the public from 12th until the 21st of February 2016, at the splendind Sala Fontana of Museo del Novecento, curated by Chiara Agnello, curator of ArteVisione, and Iolanda Ratti, curator at Museo del Novecento. In response of the 2015 announcement theme – inspired by the year dedicated to light – the artist, Luca Trevisani, presented a film homage to the modernist architecture of Villa Girasole, in the Verona area, and its special relationship with the sun.
From here, and involving the choreographer Stephen Michael, Leone d'Argento at the Biennale Danza 2014 in Venice, Trevisani offers an intensive investigation of human condition and the dialogical and specular relationship between light and time. Cerchio, produced by Careof and Sky in partnership with 999 Films and Filmmaster, will be broadcast in premiere on Sky Arte HD, channels 120 and 400 of Sky. On the occasion of the presentation of the work, it was announced the ArteVisione winner 2016: Riccardo Giacconi. A partneship between Sky Italia and Careof, ArteVisione is a long-term project which supports creative talent and offers professional growth opportunities to emerging young artist of Italian art scene, through the production, dissemination and promotion of a video work.
Arrived in 2016 to its third year, ArteVisione introduced some significant changes: the new announcement of selection, focused on the role attributed to technology as a profound transformation factor of the individual, as well as of the whole society, it is directed to artists under 30; introduced the role of the mentor, Adrian Paci in this edition, who accompanies the winner during the whole work process; in addition to the prize was added ArteVisione LAB, a workshop offered to the 10 finalists with experts of audiovisual and film sectors, started from 11th until the 17th of January 2016. The 10 ArteVisione 2016 finalists are: Aves Project, The Cool Couple, Irene Dionisio, Elisabetta Falanga, Roberto Fassone, Gaia Formenti, Valentina Furian, Riccardo Giacconi, Martina Rosa, Caterina Erica Shanta.
ArteVisione LAB offered them the opportunity to discuss, verify and review the initial project idea with teachers and experts of video production field, invited to partecipate to the seven-day workshop. The workshop involved the following professionals: Adrian Paci, mentor; Chris Auty, director of the NFTS Production, Leonardo Bigazzi, curator, Edoardo Bolli, director of photography, Alessandra Donati, professor at Bicocca University and NABA, Maurizio Grillo, editor, Mirco Mencacci, Sound Designer, Iolanda Ratti, curator at Museo del Novecento, Luca Trevisani, winner ArteVisione 2015, which have analised some themes and techniques about video production, during three different modules.
The 2016 edition also has the institutional partnership of Museo del Novecento, which will host the work of the ArteVisione 2016 winner during the Dodicesima Giornata del Contemporaneo, the 15th of October, 2016.