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Events | July 22, 2005 |

Sex & food – August 2005

Sabato 6 agosto 2005 presso Kamera 55, nuovo spazio espositivo nato a Cisternino (Brindisi), parte Sex & Food, rassegna di videoarte a cura di Luca Curci, in collaborazione con il festival Pietre che Cantano ed il patrocinio dell’Ambasciata dei Paesi Bassi in Italia. L’evento proporrà i lavori di 27 artisti internazionali. Sex & Food tocca ed evoca uno dei grandi temi della vita psicologica delle generazioni nuove. Gli attuali studi psico-antropologici di maggiore impegno tendono a leggere la vita contemporanea con le quattro pulsioni primarie nel bios umano: fame, sessualità, paura, aggressività. Queste quattro polarità vitali ed istintuali dell’esistere mentale e corporeo (che ordinariamente hanno bisogno di organizzarsi in un armonico universo di interazioni), viceversa, oggi hanno raggiunto il loro stato critico di precipitazione verso reciprocazioni perverse e tanatologiche. La fame cerca di “mangiare” la sessualità, sostituendosi ad essa. L’aggressività mira a “demonizzare” la paura, facendone le veci. La sessualità tende a “concepire” la fame per soppiantarla divorandola come per un cannibalismo interpsichico e intrapsichico. L’Eros diventa una via tracciata sull’antropologia. Gli incontri sessuali diventano stages multisensoriali di antroponevrosi insostenibile.

.sede Kamera 55, via Roma 34, Cisternino (Brindisi) – Italy

.allestimenti C. Meldolesi, A. Corso, L. Curci, F. Nitti, P. De Cesare, E. Palombo, C. Sisto, F. Pinto

.inaugurazione sabato 06 agosto 2005 ore 21.00 (la mostra resterà aperta fino al 29 agosto 2005). Orari: tutte le sere dalle 21:00 alle 24:00. Maggiori info: www.pietrechecantano.com | +39 338 5826329

.artists
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. Poland | Luca Curci & Fabiana Roscioli . Italy | Karenina Fabrizzi . Italy/Argentina | Sohier Eloise . France | Alice Gussoni . Italy | R. Wilberforce & Pedrag Pajdic . UK/USA | Florencia Guillen . UK | CORPICRUDI . Italy | Giacomo Cesari . Italy | Route . USA | Arti Grabowski . Poland | Simona Palmieri . Italy | Victor Barbieri . USA | Peter O’Kennedy . Ireland | Corinne Fhima . France | Cecelia Condit . USA | David de Tscharner . Belgium | Heather Fraser . Canada | Viviane Vagh . France | Lee Cavaliere . USA | Giusy Lauriola . Italy | Gilles Delalex & Thomas Wessel.Cessieux . France | Heidi Vogels . Netherlands | Dorota Zglobicka . Greece

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

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