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“CITY’ VISIBLE”

ESPOSIZIONE COLLETTIVA DEI PROGETTI REALIZZATI DAGLI STUDENTI DEL CORSO DI “TECNICHE E DOCUMUNENTAZIONE VISIVA – CITTÀ METALINGUAGGIO DELLA CULTURA CONTEMPORANEA” 2015, HELD BY PROFESSOR JACQUELINE CERESOLI.

Edited by Richard Scarparo

from 10 to 15 November – aperto dalle 15.00 to 19.00

The city is under the eyes of its people every day, We get used to the same roads, the same people, the buildings themselves, they mature slowly presume to know because you know which way to go to get to where you need to go or avoid times to avoid traffic jams in urban. Yet the city is not on a common little black dress, but an exotic dress of many colors, rich in details and nuances of which only pausing can capture the charm and beauty. Una volta acquisita la consapevolezza del proprio sguardo il cittadino post-urbano potrà accorgersi di quanto superficiale sia stato fino a quel momento. Freed from the shackles and limitations of the daily routine will resume in wonder as a child also along the same roads that until the day before thought he knew. It is by doing so that the various faces of the city are revealed, e l’invisibile diventa improvvisamente visibile.

CITTÀ VISIBILI è un’esposizione collettiva che racconta le diverse relazioni con la città di giovani artisti dell’Accademia di Brera. Following a major training program under the guidance of Professor Jacqueline Ceresoli, each one of them managed to do something that had never before experienced, stopped to watch and listen, It had the tools to tell the city as we see it and live it, capturing the emotions that arise out of this renewed relationship with the world. The city is told through different images, an alphabet visual mutant, dynamic, contradictory, subjective, which collects different points of view.

Espongono: Gianluca Beretta, Li Bingxuan, Giorgia Padovano, Ermes Cappelletti, Elena Cappelletto, Giovanna Cernigliaro,Sara De Brasi, Iuri Furdui, Gabriele Macchi, Lucia Magnifico, Giovanni Pierobon

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