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"What are you afraid of?" a project by Alice Padovani - Billboard art in London (2023 - 2024)
Alice Padovani is an extraordinary interpreter of our times, capable of grasping and transforming those signals that indicate profound changes and returning them to us with the simplicity of a comprehensible language, combining word with gesture and material, so that 'her' art becomes 'ours' through ritual.
After two years of pandemic and an international crisis, Alice Padovani asks herself and all of us: "What are you afraid of?". A few characters in black on a white billboard that have the power to awaken consciences from their collective torpor. A question that strikes suddenly, almost mystically, and forces us to look inwards.
Alice Padovani first presented "What are you afraid of" in early 2022 with Musei Civici di Reggio Emilia, as a pilot project for DRIS - Co-creating Intercultural Societies: A Focus on Racism and Discrimination, supported by Europa Creativa aiming at promoting understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity, respect and exchange between different cultures to build intercultural dialogue. The promoters of the project are Interarts Foundation (Spagna), ECCOM (European Centre for Cultural Organization and Management - Italia) and ITZ (Interkulturelles Theaterzentrum - Germania) and it is co-funded by the Regione Emilia Romagna-Servizio Patrimonio culturale and Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali (Italian Heritage Office).
"The Princess in the Tower" by Sarka Darton - Conference and exhibition - UK (2023 - 2024)
The artist's research revolves around the perception of the female body from the Palaeolithic clay sculpture of the Venus of Dolní Vēstonuce to modern women athletes and investigates the role of women in society. Through this exhibition, made up of drawings, engravings, sculptures and video projections, the artist explores the different aspects of femininity and questions the future of the female world and the one of the gender identity.
In addition to the exhibition, "The Princess in the Tower" project also includes a documentary film that will be the subject of a series of conferences in which female CEOs of the world largest companies, academics, writers and activists are invited to participate in order to stimulate an increasingly open dialogue.
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"We aRe Plastic - WRP" a project by Elisa Cantarelli
To address environmental issues, we need to understand and learn about them.
Education through art and creativity plays an important role not only for young people, but for the whole Community as it creates a sense of belonging.
An art workshop is often perceived as a game, and this is its strength.
Playing with creativity makes education an easier learning process even when talking about complicated topics such as plastic recycling or climate change.
Through the workshop, WE RESTART aims to create a greener, cleaner and more sustainable borough. Together we can spread awareness and to fight for our planet’s health.
We aRe Plastic (WRP) is an educational program on single-use plastic recycling through creativity. Led by artist Elisa Cantarelli, inspired by the action of obliteration by artist Yayoi Kusama, we give a new identity to a recycled plastic bottle.