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Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces. From 12th to 21th of September 2014 (Venice, Italy)

Mare’s Nest (2014)
Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces
From 12th to 21th of September 2014
Palazzo Albrizzi
Venice (Italy)

Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces  | EXTENDED
International video art, photography, installation and performance art festival

It’s LIQUID Group, in collaboration with International ArtExpo, is proud to present Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces | EXTENDED: a selection of artworks presented during the first exhibition of Future Identities, along with new artworks. The exhibition, under thepatronage of the city of Venice, will be held in Venice at Palazzo Albrizzi, from the 12 to the 21 of September 2014Future Identities is the third event of the festival MORPHOS – Sustainable Empires, organized in Venice in the months between June and November 2014, in the same period of Architecture Biennale.

The opening of the event will be on Friday 12 of September 2014 at Palazzo Albrizzi, starting from 05.30 PM (free entry) with the concert of Junges Kammerorchester Stuttgart, followed by the visit of the show.

Organizers: It’s LIQUID & International ArtExpo
Curator: Luca Curci
Press office: It’s LIQUID

Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces festival is focused on the relationship between body and space, and the hybridization between identities and cultural/physical/social/urban settings in contemporary time. People, backgrounds, societies, progress, cities and all their inputs create hybrid identities, modifying each other and being mixed in prospect to shape a better world. The festival aims to conduct a research and to offer to artists and audience a 360° experience about the body, conceived not only as a material organic system connected to space, but also as an evolving organism with peculiar sensations, feelings and characteristics.

Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces

.featured artists
Andreas Mareš . Austria | Daniel Pešta . Czech Republic | Candaş Şişman . Turkey

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.video art
Fred L’Epee & Kenneth Gentry . Switzerland/USA | Lisa Anderson . Australia | Manola Maiani . Italy | Sandra Zemor . Israel | Poliana Reis . Brazil | Alma Rayner . Czech Republic | Carmen Mavrea . Romania | Andrea Isakovic & Raffaella Menchetti . Italy | EliSio PH . Italy | Elli Ioannou . Australia | Helena Wadsley . Canada | Walter Seidl . Austria

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.photography
Patricia Richards . USA | Paula Haapalahti . Finland | Hugues Rochette . Canada | Tatjana Leuzzi . Germany | Jean-René Leblanc . Canada | Regina Wypych . USA | Robyola Von Wünsch . Italy | Maddalena Migliore . Italy | Elisa Sturaro . Italy

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.installation
Pablo Barreiro . Spain

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Palazzo Albrizzi is one of the Venetian aristocracy’s palaces, situated in Cannaregio 4118, near Ca’ D’Oro. Constructed by the famous Capello family, in the 18th century the Palazzo passed into the hands of the Albrizzi family. The palace is the headquarter of ACIT Venezia, one of the most important Italian-German cultural association, and has often been collateral venue of Venice Biennale.

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c/o Luca Curci Architects
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 33
70122 Bari, Italy

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