Things to do in Milan from 15 to 19 March? Fondazione Adolfo Pini takes part, with a new project curated by Adrian Paci entitled “CMD+R”, the second edition of the Festival, the event studies that photographs and artists studios across the board of Milan’s contemporary art scene Milan, opened the doors to young people to participate actively, showing their work and stimulating new collaborations with other artists in dialogue with the city.
Right in line with the will of sharing that characterizes Studi Festival, Virginia Garra, Lurgo Aldo, Edoardo Manzoni and Raziel Perin – four young artists recently graduated at the NABA in Milan under the guidance of Adrian Paci – they will discuss and interact with the floor space land of Corso Garibaldi 2 and gave rise to continuous exposure becoming, which will see its moment of greatest focus Friday, March 18 from 18 to 21 with a performative intervention.
The group will in particular living dynamically with constant movement of the works and progressive reflections on the various possibilities of comparison, revealing similarities and differences between artistic practices in training. At a fixed location within the spaces, it will be written and projected a sort of diary of the study, containing thoughts, memos, notes, impressions about what will happen during the days of Studi Festival. It will be a free access area where anyone can go at any time ” compose ” thoughts, making its contribution to artistic work. Hence the title of the project “CMD + R ” we refer to the key of the ignition computer, update, on the internet, the page charge.
In line with the statutory purposes of the Fondazione Adolfo Pini, this project was created with the aim of encouraging young emerging artists, letting them develop a new work in a place full of personality and Milan ties with the arts, which enable new experiments art under the guidance of an artist recognized as Adrian Paci, and confronting the public.
From March 15 to 19, the space will therefore remain open with the intent to encourage a continuous dialogue between the works, the artists, the place and the visitors, monitored by a virtual diary that tracks the exposure route in four days.