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w! [water]

Events | September 22, 2007 |

W! [WATER]
International Videoart event
October 5 – November 5, 2007

SPACE W! wants to be an incubator for projects, initiatives, workshops, a pulsating nucleus toward regional and national realities where new creative experiences can take life and make space for themselves. Water / W! it is the title and at the same time the place of the first show realized in the new space: an exclamation of enthusiasm, because we believe in what we do, and we give our best to realize it.

Water because it is a crucial element of our daily panoramas, but above all of those future; it is unstable and uncontrollable, marvellous and indomitable element for its same essence; because well it represents the indefinite, the insubstantial, but at the same time it is framed in a shut grate of chemical and physical rules that determines it in its rational essence.

.curator Luca Curci
.place W! Space – Acquaviva delle Fonti (Bari) – Italy

.artists
Richard del Rosso
. USA | Lorenzo Fumagalli . Italy | Julio Soto . USA | Jean-Francois Lanthier . Canada | Ling-Wen Tsai & Nathan Kolosko . Taiwan/USA | Antonello Novellino . Italy | Yael Lepek . Mexico | Sarah Duyshart . Australia | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia

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