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Crossing Identities – Mexico

Art | November 28, 2011 |

image cortesy of Luca Curci & Fabiana Roscioli, “senza titolo”, mixed media, 2005

Crossing Identities – Mexico

General Information.
In contemporary society boundaries are getting more and more fleeting, and also the identity, what makes every person or place a recognizable entity, turns out fluid, multiple, making also the cultural, religious, ethnic borders changeable. This change, this mutation has allowed to cross the inside of the identities creating new possible crossings, new blends. And it’s just this “contemporaneity” that makes our civilization conceived as subjected to a process of continuous evolution and cultural hybridization. There is no limit between an identity and the other one any more but it is possible to walk, to cross a passage and to find oneself halfway through it, in a non-place, in a non-identity.

.organizer International ArtExpo
.curator Luca Curci
.project coordinator Rodrigo Morales Chavez
.place screenings Terraza Bugambilias, Morelia – Mexico
.dates: December 16 – 18, 2011

.video-artists
Eleanna Martinou . Greece | Imren Tuzun . Turkey | Alaleh Alamir . France | Edita Matan . Croatia | Kartikey . USA | Yousef Aldeek . Palestine | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia | Lucia Flego . Italy | Cristiana De Marchi . Italy | Maja Kirovska . Macedonia | Ryan McLay . Canada | Natalie Robison . Canada | Draga Jovanovic . Canada | Orhan Kerkezi and Adem Rusinovci . Kosovo, Albania | Yuko Asai . Japan | James Cook . USA | Daria Baiocchi . Italy | Kamila Szejnoch . Poland | Igor Getman . Germany

.photo-artists
Shqipe Jonuzi . Kosovo | Diana Martin . Spain | Matthew Dereinzksi . USA | Kartikey . USA | Diana Nikolova . Bulgaria

more details
International ArtExpo
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 33
70122 Bari (Italy)
+39.0805234018
+39.3387574098
lucacurci@lucacurci.com
www.lucacurci.com/artexpo


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