CHRYSALIS - PART 2

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Members of the Antropical collective spent two weeks at Sementerie Artistiche, a space for art on a farm where theatrical research can be developed - a home for artists where they can meet and be inspired - an art project in movement for the territory and its inhabitants, in Crevalcore.

 

In a time of division and distance Antropical participants used this residency to address central questions related to themes of power structures, community/inclusion and value systems. The aim was using collaborative art practices, to research into non-institutional forms of knowledge, spontaneous actions and workshops though the exploration of their surroundings. As some of the members were involved online, the works created during the residency led to discussions around territories, communication, heritage, sharing, commonalities - all through transdisciplinary practices.

 

The outcome of Chrysalis residency was two process-driven exhibitions, the first at CA/OS Gallery in Modena, Italy, and the second at Sementerie Artistiche, Crevalcore. 

 

This second chapter of Chrysalis Residency brought the participants together again after a extended break due to Covid. These two exhibitions highlight the need for a pause, to grow multiple creative seeds; an invitation to share and discuss art, collaboration and what makes us together, even from afar. 

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Participating artists:  Lucia Fiorani (IT)Tanja Bladt-Cohen (UK/DK), Benjamin George Coles (UK/LU), Clio Van Aerde (LU), Aurélie d’Incau (LU), Valentine Emilie Bossert (CH), Margot van der Sande (NL), Maina Joner (FR/NO), Sophie Prinssen (FR/NL), Amelia Daiz (UK), Marieke Sytema (NL), Emiel Wendel (NL), Daniele Valentino (IT), Reem Dada (UK).

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exhibition at CA/OS Gallery

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exhibition at Sementerie Artistiche

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photo album

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