Sound and Vision
Over Time is a three-channel video installation that investigates the relationship between human beings and the natural environment through a multifocal look at the theme of snow.
Living Matters is the project that Pentecost has conceived for COMP(H)OST, and that inaugurated its programme. It tackled the theme of compost with a group of young people and adolescents: a workshop, and at the same time a thought gym.
Canto libero is a sound installation by Marzia Migliora commissioned in 2019 by Telefono Rosa – Turin in the belief that art and culture can be fundamental tools to fight the phenomenon of gender violence.
In a mise-en-scène of six iconic sculptures of the history of Ancient Greece, Heier explores art’s role in the definition of Western culture.
De Leva inverts his own visual field with that of Giacinta Gandolfo, implementing in public a condition that was experienced in several moments of their everyday life.
Between 2011 and 2012 Roberto Fassone created sibi, a digital game, a cybertext, and an artistic project that serves as an automatic generator of creative artefacts.
A documentary which tells two stories of compassion and civic virtue on two opposite shores of the Mediterranean sea.
A video created as part of the Resò – International Art Residency Program, during the residency at CESAC – Experimental Centre for Contemporary Arts.
A film set in a disused factory that becomes the stage for the personal and archetypal Beckett-style “tragicomedy” of two Romanians migrants who lost their job in a post-industrial city.
A show in which dance encounters the visual arts: a trilogy of performance and installations brought on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Balletto dell’Esperia dance company.
A project in two phases: a vinyl disk with the sounds of daily life in Carmagnola and extracts of texts taken from the Teksid facility union archive, and a a software containing in-progress images.