View cart “Matt Mullican: Details from Heaven and Hell. Peep-Hole Sheet #27” has been added to your cart.

Ennesima: Here, Now and Elsewhere. Site-Specific and Thereabouts

96 pages
Italiano / English
Soft cover, 16.5 × 22 cm
ISBN 9788867491902
2015, Mousse / La Triennale
€ 12

12.00Add to cart


Texts by Massimo Bartolini, Eva Fabbris, Letizia Ragaglia, Nicola Ricciardi, Marco Scotini

The English term “site-specific” is generally used to indicate an intervention conceived for a given context, or for insertion in a precise place. The book Qui, ora e altrove: site-specific e dintorni (Here, now and elsewhere: Site-specific and Thereabouts) examines site-specificity in the widest and most literal sense of the term, through the study by Marco Scotini entitled “Politics of place. Towards an Italian site-oriented narrative” to introduce the theme, followed by critical texts by Nicola Ricciardi on the work of Alberto Garutti (“Garutti perspective: city walls, sky, weather”), and by Lorenzo Benedetti and Letizia Ragaglia, respectively on the works of Monica Bonvicini and Luca Vitone (“NO ON” and “The engagement of the subject/viewer in the works of Luca Vitone”), and the conversation between Massimo Bartolini and Eva Fabbris (“WATGO”), all focusing on the site-specific works made by artists for “Ennesima.”

Ennesima: Here, Now and Elsewhere. Site-Specific and Thereabouts

12.00

12.00Add to cart

SKU: E Category:

Description

The English term “site-specific” is generally used to indicate an intervention conceived for a given context, or for insertion in a precise place. The book Qui, ora e altrove: site-specific e dintorni (Here, now and elsewhere: Site-specific and Thereabouts) examines site-specificity in the widest and most literal sense of the term, through the study by Marco Scotini entitled “Politics of place. Towards an Italian site-oriented narrative” to introduce the theme, followed by critical texts by Nicola Ricciardi on the work of Alberto Garutti (“Garutti perspective: city walls, sky, weather”), and by Lorenzo Benedetti and Letizia Ragaglia, respectively on the works of Monica Bonvicini and Luca Vitone (“NO ON” and “The engagement of the subject/viewer in the works of Luca Vitone”), and the conversation between Massimo Bartolini and Eva Fabbris (“WATGO”), all focusing on the site-specific works made by artists for “Ennesima.”

Additional information

Autori:

forder:

info:

Testo iniziale: