SUMMER AT PAV
For the tourists and who decided to remain in the city, remind that the museum is open on Friday 3-6 pm, on Saturday and Sunday 12 am - 7 pm.
All the pratical info are here.
If you want have relax and enjoy the stay at open air, you have free admission to the park from Wednesday to Sunday 12 am - 8 pm, untill September 30th.
cooking at FocolareIf you want use for private cooking the space of the installation, you can call +39 011 3182235 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org and make a reservation.
You can use Focolare in the meanwhile the park is open, from Wednesday to Sunday 12 am - 8 pm; the price for private use is euro 20 a day, for event or courses led by associations or other roles the price is euro 50 a day.
Reservation is mandatory.
Vegetation as a political agent will be open untill November 2th, 2014.
The exhibition, curated by Marco Scotini, shows the artworks by 13 international artists: Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri, Imre Bukta, Amilcar Cabral, Filipa César, Critical Art Ensemble, Emory Douglas, Fernando García-Dory, Piero Gilardi, Daniel Halter, Adelita Husni-Bey, Bonnie Ora Sherk, Claire Pentecost, RozO (Philippe Zourgane & Séverine Roussel), Nomeda e Gediminas Urbonas
educational and training activities After the Summer holidays we wait for you at the press conference of the EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES Programme 2014/2015:
September Thursday 18th, 5 pmFree entrance
For further informations: +39 011 3182235 - email@example.com
curated by Marco Scotini
RozO, When vegetation is not decorative (detail), 2014
Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri, Imre Bukta, Amilcar Cabral, Filipa César, Critical Art Ensemble, Emory Douglas, Fernando García-Dory, Piero Gilardi, Daniel Halter, Adelita Husni-Bey, Bonnie Ora Sherk, Claire Pentecost, Marjetica Potrč, RozO (Philippe Zourgane & Séverine Roussel), Nomeda e Gediminas Urbonas
Bonnie Ora Sherk, Crossroads Community (The Farm), 1974-ongoing
May 30 - November 2, 2014
The exhibition seeks to investigate the historical and social implications of the plant world in light of the ever-increasing resurgence of "green" as an agent of change in relation to current economic processes. To place a plant within a historical context means to consider not only its biological constitution, but also the social and political factors which see it already positioned at the centre of the earliest forms of economic globalisation.
Focusing on the dual contexts of the past and the present, Vegetation as a political agent harmoniously combines artistic and architectural works by thirteen international artists, documents pertaining to the historical pioneers of the first ecological revolutions, and scientific equipment relevant to the botanical world. As well as art works and installations, the exhibition includes a vast series of illustrations and samples of vegetation, and archive materials and posters produced in a wide variety of cultural contexts. The geopolitical areas to which the exhibition relates range from the Indian Ocean (Mauritius and Reunion Islands) to Guinea-Bissau, from South Africa to Mexico.
The title, Vegetation as a political agent, refers to a quotation from a text by Philippe Zourgane (forthcoming publication)
In the context of
PAV NEW PUBLICATIONSInternaturalism
Documents from the international symposium (Turin, May 8, 2013)
Curated by Claudio Cravero
148 pp., Italian
Prinp Editore, Torino
ISBN 978-88-97677-33-8, e-book version
The book collects the documents and the essays of the international symposium (held at Teatro Casa Ragazzi on May 8, 2013), an important and collateral event to the homonymous exhibition Internaturalism. The symposium analyzed in depth the theme of nature from multiple perspectives (aesthetic, ethical, anthropological and artistic). Divided into three sessions, with contributions from specialists and researchers from different disciplines, the conference offered insights on some of the most urgent issues related to nature, a concept that has always been ambiguous and misunderstood. The book includes contributions by specialists in "human ecology" and "zooanthropology". A special section, Art and narratives on nature, explores some the relationship between contemporary art and nature.
Texts by: Bergit Arends, Alice Benessia, Maurizio Balistreri, Andrea Caretto e Raffaella Spagna, Claudio Cravero, Piergiorgio Donatelli, Salvatore D'Onofrio, Piero Gilardi, Roberto Marchesini, Maurizio Mori, Mario Petrucci, Fabien Sanders, Gilberte Tsai, Alessio Vaccari.
The book is available online at the following link
INTERNATURALITÀ / INTERNATURALISM
curated by Claudio Cravero
120 pp., Italian/English
Prinp Editore, Torino; € 12
A series of multiple viewpoints surrounding the concept of nature brings to the concept of Internaturalism (Gianfranco Marrone, Addio alla Natura, Milan, Feltrinelli Ed. 2011). In today’s debate on environmental ecology we should ask ourselves whether nature is an instrumental object for man or, vice versa, if it could become a subject to be in relationships with as with other forms of life. Then, there are open and not ‘solved’ views of the idea of nature. They are outlooks that have to be combined and matched especially in the contemporary debate among different cultures. To overcome the nature vs. culture dichotomy – since the debate about nature is itself primarily a cultural product – the French anthropologist and ethnographer Philippe Descola talks about two possible new categories: human and non-human (Par-delà nature et culture, Paris, Gallimard, 2005). These are dualisms that rule out clear ethnographic subdivisions, and that confirm the presence of infinite nature-culture dualities. This cultural conflict, among different forces and tensions, has been the focus of workshops and artworks on display. Among the artists: botto&bruno, Critical Art Ensemble, Caretto|Spagna, Gabriella Ciancimino, Brigitte de Malau, Agostino Ferrari, Piero Gilardi, Henrik Håkansson, Norma Jeane, Laurent Le Deunff, Filippo Leonardi, Nja Mahdaoui, Lucy+Jorge Orta, Luana Perilli, Cesare Pietroiusti, Christophe Quirino Spoto, Laura Viale, Uli Westphal.
Documented by photographs and drawings, the book is featured by essays of: Orietta Brombin, Gianluca Cosmacini, Claudio Cravero, Piero Gilardi.
The book is available online at the following link