Evento Collaterale Biennale Architettura 2021.
Collateral event of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia
Isola di San Servolo, San Servolo, 30100, Venice, Italy
Promoted by AIAP – Associazione Internazionale Arti Plastiche
Curator: Boris Brollo
Exhibitors: Andrea Rossi Andrea, Emiliano Bazzanella, Stefania Basso, Giuliana Bellini, Bluer, Svetlana Boyarkina, Alda Boscaro, Clara Brasca, Paola Bradamante, Carmine Calvanese, Carmela Candido, Giulio Candussio, Giancarlo Caneva, Marcello Caporale, Domenico Castaldi, Gianpietro Cavedon, Auro e Celso Ceccobelli, Pino Chimenti, Milena Crupi, Bruno Donzelli, Carlo Fontana, Mirko Filipuzzi, Carla Galli Morandi, Ferruccio Gard, Mauro Gentile, Giovanni Grigolini, Maria Luisa Liviero, Stella Lubuzhskaya, Roberto Lucato, Paolo Marazzi, Melchiorre Napolitano, Lucia Paese, Biagio Pancino, Franz Pelizza, Mauro Peloso, Giuseppina Pioli, Claudia Raza, Carla Rigato, Pietro Ronzat, Giovanni Ronzoni, Lucio Tiziano e Cesare Serafino, Alessio Serpetti, Simon Ostan Simone, Rosa Spina, Pier Toffoletti, Lucia Tomasi, Giovanni Toniatti Giacometti, Loris Andrea Vianello, Luciana Zabarella, Antonio Zucchiatti.
A boat turned upside down and supported by its own oars is the impressive interactive work that is exhibited on the Island of San Servolo as a symbolic location for the landing of boats, a strip of land that has welcomed and repaired throughout the long Venetian history, offering its temporary guests stop for reflection and regeneration. And it is precisely in this juncture full of humanity that the installation fits, proposing itself as a protected and safe place: a boat-house under whose “roof” we are offered the opportunity to escape, re-find ourselves, re – flex and re-design ourselves. An inviolable living space which, due to its historical connotations, assumes the sacredness of the Latin Pomerium.
The “Senza Terra / Pomerio” project therefore acts as a universal message of love and solidarity, a celebratory hymn to the exiles, refugees, the Landless of every nation in order to offer them an ideal place to find asylum under the concept of the sacredness of common living