4. Compleanno di Tile Project Space

Milano - 10/07/2018 : 10/07/2018

In occasione del 4° COMPLEANNO di Tile Project Space, performance di Ambra Pittoni

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Ambra Pittoni è un'artista e ricercatrice italiana la cui pratica si immerge nel regno dei gesti come materia invisibile che modella la struttura concettuale, narrativa e spaziale delle sue opere. Diversi elementi contribuiscono a costruire il lavoro: performance, testi, immagini, installazioni e produzione di circostanze.
Nei suoi progetti, la performance è, al di là di un mezzo di formalizzazione, intesa come uno strumento per sviluppare metodologie, articolare la complessità e l'eterogeneità delle presenze all'interno delle sue opere e un modo per strutturare collaborazioni con altri professionisti, ricercatori e artisti


Il suo lavoro è stato presentato, tra gli altri, alla De Appel (Amsterdam), OGR (Torino), Maga Museum of art (Milano), CCA Zamek Ujazdowski (Varsavia), Ashkal Alwan (Beirut), Roberta (Francoforte), Museo Apparente (Napoli), Sophiensaele (Berlino), Clog (Torino), Pergine Spettacolo Aperto (Trento). Svolge attività di visiting professor presso la NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti di Milano) e collabora con diversi centri istituzioni e centri d’arte indipendenti. Tra il 2015 e il 2018 è stata invitata come artista-ricercatrice nell’ambito del progetto Ricerca X presso il Centro Coreografico Lavanderie a Vapore (Collegno). A giugno 2018 è tra gli artisti invitati del progetto Performing Knowledge, curato da Chloé Dechery e Marion Boudier in collaborazione con Centre George Pompidou e il Theatre Nanterre-Amandiers.
Sin dal 2009 collabora inoltre con l’artista francese Paul-Flavien Enriquez-Sarano, insieme alla curatrice Lucrezia Calabrò Visconti, hanno fondato The School of the End of Time, un’istituzione nomade che curerà il Programma Educativo della Moscow Biennale for Young Art 2018.
Davide Savorani (Faenza, 1977) è un’artista visivo e performer la cui pratica processuale comprende molteplici media: dal disegno alla scultura, dalla scrittura alla performance. Al centro della sua ricerca risiede l’interesse ad alterare ed attivare lo spazio al fine di evidenziare la natura mutevole degli elementi esposti. Vive e lavora a Milano.
Savorani ha preso parte a diversi eventi e mostre collettive, tra cui: News at Betty, Betty Nansen Teatret, Copenhagen (2017); People In A Building Without A Building, ex Guarmet, Milan (2016), Island Time, CAMH, Houston (2015), REVISIT, Overgaden, Copenhagen (2014); Do It: Houston, Alabama Song, Houston (2013); Prune in the Sky, Toves Galleri, Copenhagen (2012); Not an image but a whole world, Kunstraum, Vienna (2012); l’inadeguato/Lo inadecuado/The inadequate, Padiglione Spagna / La Biennale di Venezia (2011); Agaist Gravity, ICA, Londra (2010); have A look! Have A Look!, formcontent, Londra (2010); #02 Mal d’archive, La Friche la Belle de Mai, Marsiglia (2010); Eppur si muove, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Guarene (2009).
Tra le mostre personali: Noi Non Siamo Fiume, Kunsthalle Eurocenter, Lana (2016); Stressed Environment, Marselleria, Milano (2016), Green Room, Careof, Milano (2011), Gallisterna, Brown Project Space, Milano (2008).
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On the occasion of the 4° BIRTHDAY of Tile Project Space
we are pleased to invite you to partecipate at


EVERYTIME YOU CLOSE YOUR EYES


with


AMBRA PITTONI
and
DAVIDE SAVORANI


10.07.2018
7 PM


Ambra Pittoni is an italian artist and researcher whose research dives into the realm of gestures as the invisible matter that shapes the conceptual, narrative and spatial structure of her works.
Since 2011 her interest focuses in landscape, behaviour and the border between fiction and reality that she investigates through the construction of complex projects in which different elements contribute to build the work: performances, texts, images, installations and production of circumstances. Further on she is interested in the creation of unusual formats and way to display and experience the artwork. In her projects, performance is, beyond a means of formalization, understood as a tool to develop methodologies, articulate the complexity and the heterogeneity of presences within her works as well a way to structure collaborations with other practitioners, researchers, and artists.
She performed and exhibited her works at De Appel (Amsterdam), OGR (Turin), Maga Museum of art (Milan), CCA Zamek Ujazdowski (Varsovie), Ashkal Alwan (Beyrouth), Roberta (Frankfurt), Museo Apparente (Naple), Sophiensaele (Berlin), Clog (Turin), Pergine Spettacolo Aperto (Trento). She is Visiting Professor at NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti di Milano) and she collaborates regularly with different independent institutions and art centers. Between 2015 and 2018 she was invited as artists/researchers in the frame of the project Ricerca X at the Choreographic Center Lavanderie a Vapore (Collegno). In June 2018 she is invited to hold a workshop in the frame of the project Performing Knowledge, curated by Chloé Dechery and Marion Boudier in collaboration with Centre George Pompidou and Theatre Nanterre- Amandiers.
Since 2009 she collaborates with the French artist Paul-Flavien Enriquez-Sarano, together with the curator Lucrezia Calabrò Visconti, they found The School of the End of Time, a nomadic institution that will curate the Educational Program of the Moscow Biennale for Young Art 2018.

The research of Davide Savorani (1977) is rooted in cross disciplines, ranging from theater to literature, philosophy, anthropology. In his practice different languages come together, creating articulated projects that allow the artist to develop heterogeneous paths of investigation, focusing not so much on the work of art as a defined object, but rather on knowledge as potential. By applying a “methodological pluralism”- defined as in science by Paul Feyerabend – the artist seeks a dynamic dimension to the context in which he operates, whether it is the exhibition space, an urban or natural location, and the people who are involved. The process itself is not guided by a well-defined programme, and cannot be guided by such a programme, for it contains the conditions of all possible programmes. It is guided by a vague urge, by a ‘passion’.
Savorani works on the idea of transformativity, creating installations in flux, in which the works that compose them (sculptures, drawings, videos…) enter into a dialogue with the actual installation, and where the viewer builds his/her own path, thanks to the intervention of live performers that trigger – also freely, from instructions set by the artist – a whole. His installations and performances are so declined as a meeting of creative energies in the making, given the different elements that interact with particular attention to the active production of meaning. They then become a mode of perception – a way of seeing through a way of talking – figuring the world through dialogue that comes alive with sudden transformative force in the crannies of everyday life’s pauses and juxtapositions.