Thursday, May 14, 2020


FuturDome A-I-R, Artist In Residence, presents Summer In, a residency program that from May 18 to July 31, 2020 allows access to its spaces to four Italian artists.
Four artists who will work in four different rooms of the building, selected according to different compositional and technical needs. The exhibition and work spaces do not provide admission to the public, but allow the artists to reside and, also, to stay, in complete safety and autonomy, within the 2000 square meters of the building in Via Giovanni Paisiello 6. The residence will allow, by appointment, curators, collectors, journalists but also external visitors to attend, both live and through conversations via Instagram and Facebook, the process of elaboration of four new projects.
 Silvia Hell (1983, Bolzano), Domenico Antonio Mancini (1980, Naples), Fabrizio Perghem (1981, Rovereto) and Sara Ravelli (1993, Crema) will have the opportunity to develop new works that will be part of an initial approach and familiarisation with the spaces of FuturDome. In view of future monographic exhibition projects. During the residency, the four artists will have the opportunity to use every element of the building and every material they will be able to appropriate, also relying on the different companies that have interacted with FuturDome in recent years for their productions. At the end of the residency, the final works will be presented, which will be marked and enriched by six meetings, scheduled every ten days, with different professionals, among them: Diego Bergamaschi (collector, art manager), Elena Bordignon (ATP Diary director), Barbara Casavecchia (critic, curator), Annette Hofmann (art dealer, researcher), Claudia Santeroni (curator, coordinator of The Blank), Mauro Mattei (collector, founder of MMAT), Maria Chiara Valacchi (critic, curator). The dates of the meetings between artists and professionals are: Friday, 29 May; Wednesday, 10 June; Thursday, 18 June; Tuesday, 30 June; Thursday, 9 July; Tuesday, 21 July; Thursday, 30 July. Summer In, in the domestic spaces of FuturDome, develops as a dedicated isolation program. Today, through a research on light by Silvia Hell, a delocalization project of Domenico Antonio Mancini’s studio, a sound installation by Fabrizio Perghem and the new sculptures by Sara Ravelli, how could we go back to perceiving space and how will we remember the experience of approaching a work of art? What new message, what new perceptive artwork should the media convey to a small group of people? If virtual reality will be, month after month, superim- posed on the projects dedicated to reality itself, what will be its final result, its final matter? When will a work of art be finished, ready to be exhibited and when will it be considered unfin- ished? And how can one keep up with the expectations of the public, when the mere fact of visiting an exhibition will be considered a considerable effort?
Silvia Hell - Scored Air

Silvia Hell - Air

Silvia Hell - Day Portraits

 Domenico Antonio Mancini - Alterer

 Domenico Antonio Mancini - La periferia vi guarda con odio

 Domenico Antonio Mancini - Landscape

Fabrizio Perghem - Stromboli

Fabrizio Perghem - Le cose da lontano sembrano migliori

Fabrizio Perghem - Marghera
Sara Ravelli

Sara Ravelli

Sara Ravelli

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