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Events | October 2, 2003 |

NONSTOP.MADRID.03

History has shown that every new invention in communication creates its own unique subculture. Just like the shift from radio to tv, the evolution from traditional mail (“snail mail”) to electronic mail (“email”) signals the beginning of a new era in communications. This sudden immersion into contemporary culture covers every field, thus changing the role of the artist, and is further enriched by structural components, criticism and ideas. This is not a war on the status quo, but rather a true interpretation of the current scene as it visibly evolves. The Internet or “cyberspace”, the “fourth dimension” of language, in little more than a year, has joined over 500 artists originating from every part of the world, all united in one goal: communication through art.

This is the foundation of contemporary.art NONSTOP.MADRID.03, an artistic event that involves 60 international artists from Japan, India, Canada, United States, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Cyprus, Norway, Belgium, Austria, Germany, Spain, France, Greece and Italy. Painting, sculpture, photography, digital art, video installations: many possible routes to follow, many different artistic paths which converge in the art of communication. NONSTOP.MADRID.03, coordinated by Mª José de Cordoba Serrano, will bring 60 artists from all over the world at the Pabellón de Convenciones del Recinto Ferial de Casa de Campo” in Madrid, from 16 to 19 october 2003.

.artists
Marilena Pilla
. Italy | Danilo Piterà . Italy | Piergiorgio Noris . Italy | Sylvia Loew . Italy | Pasquale Clemente . Italy | Damiano Zambetta . Italy | Marco Mazzi . Italy | Giuseppe Rubino . Italy | Martine Brugmans . Belgium | Susanna Moglia . Italy | Alessia Del Vecchio . Italy | Noemi Parmeggiani . Italy | Brigitte Kollegger . Austria | Maurizio Fiato . Italy | Luz Esmeralda Torres . Germany | Damiano Calì . Italy | Eiji Yamamura . Japan | Iwaguchi Ayako . Japan | Sandra Rettori . Italy | Bruno Pierozzi . Italy | Antonio Menichella . Italy | Matteo Varsi . Italy | Hitoshi Aoki . Japan | Simona Abruzzini . Italy | Jan Skorb . USA | Massaccesi Clara . Italy | Victoria Carrasco & Bernardo Rampon . Spain | Teresa Munoz . Spain | Coppone Gioistella . Italy | Bicci . Italy | Barbara Dreyfus . USA | Ioanna Tymbiotou . Cyprus.USA | Nina Torp . Norway | Hashimoto Yasuaki . Japan | Oreste Panebianco . Italy | Kate Hollett . Canada

.video.artists
Luca Curci
. Italy | Maria Grazia Turco . Italy | Laurence Gartel . USA | FilmGruppe . Germany | Luca Curci & Ioannis Mexis . Italy.Greece | Prayas Abhinav . India | Valentin Stefanoff . France | Ercole Ortelli . Italy | KD LAB . USA | Vittoria Matarrese . France | Jean Pierre Tack . Belgium | Martine Brugmans . Belgium | Stuard Pound . UK | Kentonis & Papacharalambous . Cyprus | Katrine Naumann . USA | Joel S. Bachar & Microcinema . USA | Frankie Thomas . Canada | Elisa Laraia . Italy | Sharif Ezzat . USA | Gustavo Stebner . USA | Merita Koci . Slovenia | Mª José de Cordoba Serrano . Spain | Ahmet Ibukiæ Ami . Bosnia and Herzegovina 

.art director Luca Curci | www.lucacurci.com | more details +39 338 7574098 | lucacurci@lucacurci.com 

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