A publishing space, that hosts texts and visual contributions by artists, curators, architects, theoricians and activists, designed as a platform for research and discussion on the relationship between art and public domain in Italy and the Mediterranean basin, in dialogue with European and extra-European contexts where similar problems, tensions and needs continue to generate experimental artistic paths in the public sphere.
Where Knowledge comes from, how to redefine and, ultimately, how to produce it. The questions deal with Campus in Camps’ team and participants, as a first step of a research, exchange and discussion.
Building work and cooperation methodologies within the public sphere in Southern Italy; the interception and the in-deep examination of the current social, political and cultural changes; the archive as educational, artistic and generative practice.
(ITA) In Puglia e Basilicata il percorso di indagine di Charles Lim si è focalizzato sull’acqua, sulle sue funzioni sociali, culturali ed economiche, elemento di unione e allo stesso tempo di separazione, alla base dell’identità geografica e culturale di buona parte del territorio lucano e pugliese.
The Wall (archives) is a project by Pietro Gaglianò, conceived with the aim to open a discussion about the concept of wall, starting from the bare meaning of frontier line to the following and more recent interpretations due to social, cultural, psychological and aesthetic motivations.
Who Draws the Line? is the title of the first solo exhibition in Italy by the Turkish artist Devrim Kadirbeyoğlu, co-produced by Archiviazioni and Ramdom Association, presented on the occasion of D-Day party, main event of the DEFAULT Masterclass in Residence OFF Program and Artlab 2011 closing day.
An explorative trip among gestures, methods, beliefs and rituals with therapeutical functions that Paola Anzichè is working on, in relation to contexts which are geographically very distant but culturally closed, like the deep South of Italy and the South America.
Laboratory for Chamber Music by Attila Faravelli, Nicola Martini and Antonio De Luca > sound interventions and performance, Puglia
The Laboratory for Chamber Music, directed and coordinated by Luigi Presicce, is a moment of aggregation in which the sharing of sound experiences and practises from different fields merge into a collective work.
The current Italian art system represents an interesting laboratory in the context of a general redefinition of European cultural economical politics for the proliferation of independent projects, of forms of self organisation, a mix of public and private funding, and bottom up initiatives.
Le Cose Preziose / The Precious Things, organized on the occasion of the opening of Archiviazioni project space, is a group show which collects the works of around 25 artists who delivered works connected with the projects and its aims.
The public discussion Building Processes: planning, space and time, curated and coordinated by Giusy Checola, starts the program of actions for the opening day.