MIXED BORDERS & HYBRID IDENTITIES | Riccione 2013
|Address||Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 33, Bari, Italy|
|Start||April 26, 2013|
|End||April 28, 2013|
|Closed||Monday - Thursday|
Opening: April 26th, 2013
MIXED BORDERS & HYBRID IDENTITIES, an International Art Festival of Photography, Video Art, Video Mapping, Computer Graphics, Painting, Architecture, Installation, Sculpture and Performing Art, will be held in the city of Riccione (Italy) at the Palazzo dei Congressi and Palazzo delle Esposizioni, during the Nightshow, Annual Exhibition of the Night-related Industries and Technologies (www.nightshow-riccione.com), from April 26th to April 28th, 2013. Fifty-three artists, from different countries, have been selected to be part of this project.
The selections has been based on the main concept of Hybridization and mixing of Identities and borders and it is divided into two sections: MIXED BORDERS and HYBRID IDENTITIES. Nowadays, urban environments, people, rules and limits are no more distinct realities, but they constantly modify and get mixed together, generating new connections and hybrid results. Ethic, social, sexual and religious borders get confused and we feel free to overcome and change all the limits, creating and showing a new type of identity: a crossbreed of characters inserts into a metropolis in which you can find everything you need and become everything you desire.
The exhibition concept is strictly connected to the Nightshow event, since the night is the perfect moment in which all these changes get revealed. During the night the borders vibrate and identities start to get confused.
organizer: International ArtExpo
curators: Luca Curci
exhibition & screening place: Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Riccione (Italy)
dates: April 26/27/28, 2013 from 9 am to 7 pm
opening: April 26th, 2013 at Palazzo delle Esposizioni at 3:00 pm, Piazzale Ceccarini 11, Riccione
The Nightshow is an extraordinary experience which will involve thousands of exhibitors, artists and viewers. During the exhibition there will be music events, conferences, showcases, workshops, art shows and many more. More than 100 artists from all over the world will perform music, 3D video mapping projects around the city and partners such as Redbull, Samsung, Yamaha.
David Jacques . UK | Toni Simò . Spain | Chiara Mazzocchi . Italy | M. Kardinal . Italy | Wilton Azevedo . Brazil | Felix McNamara . Australia | Andrew Thomas Huang . USA | Evann Siebens . Canada | Lee Miller . UK | Annkatrin Hausmann & Mani Bakhshpour . Germany | Cristina Gardumi . Italy | Thiago Parizi . Brazil | Jagoda Micovic . Serbia | Ajmona Hoxha, Blendina Cara, Elis Vathi, Klodiana Millona . Albania | Andreas Mares . Austria | Daniel Pesta . Czech Republic | Flavio Sciolè . Italy | Guido’Lu . Belgium | Izabella Gustowska . Poland | Ursula Berlot . Slovenia | Yuko Asai . Japan
Sandra Hunter . USA | Beatriz Diaz Lucido . Spain | Philipp Grünewald . Germany | Matteo Venturi . Italy | Freid Lebrun . France | Annamaria Capicchioni . Italy | Margot Berghaus . Germany | Keith Newlove . UK | Catrine Val . Germany | Serena Borghini . Italy
Kate Piekutowski . Australia | Rachael Johnson . Northern Ireland | Luigi Francischello . Italy | Joe Medrano . USA | Nikolija Tasich Milosavljevic . Italia | Madelaine Flores Bustamante . Chile | Mariano Tello . Argentina | Stella Christofi . Cyprus | Francesco Bellanca . Italy | Monica Caprari . Italy | Natalija Simeonovic . Serbia | Judy Paradice . Australia | Amandine Eyssartier . France | Vincenzo Matarazzo . Italy
.sculpture / installation artists
Ousama Lazkani . UK | Libor Hurda . Czech Republic | Irene Grau . Spain | Simone Tripaldi aka enos mars . Italy
.computer graphics artists
Sultana Raza . Luxembourg | Gian Giacomo Borin . Italy | Ingvar Bjorn . Iceland (with “The largest art work in the world” UNICEF project)
Yves Leduc . Canada | Jacopo Di Crescenzo & Angela Di Tomaso aka ERRORapp . Italy
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