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Moving Landscape, an introduction by Pepe Nero by anne-marie creamer

From PepeNero:

Moving Landscape è un’azione promossa dall’associazione
PepeNero all’interno del progetto GAP, è realizzato con il sostegno di Fondazione con il Sud e il contributo della Regione Puglia.

GAP e’ un esteso laboratorio territoriale di sperimentazione e contaminazione dei linguaggi contemporanei dell’arte nel dialogo con il tessuto sociale e geografico di confine.

Moving Landscape is a project promoted by PepeNero association inside the frame of GAP, is realized with the support of Fondazione con il Sud and the help of Regione Puglia.

GAP is an extended local workshop for the experimentation and cross-contamination of contemporary art languages in dialogue with the social and geographical borderlands.

Ideazione e cura / Conceived and curated
Francesca Marconi

Coordinatore / Coordinator
Elisabetta Patera

Curatore Residenza / AiR Program Curator
Francesco Buonerba

Artisti / Artists
Anne-Marie Creamer, Enoch Chen, Santiago Morilla, Tj Hospodar

Laboratorio Editoriale / Publishing Workshop
Alessia Bernardini + Planar

Fotografia / Photos
Yacine Benseddik

Curatore Scrittura Collettiva / Chain Novel Curator
Luca di Meo aka WuMing3

Autori / Authors
Antonio Potenza, Boris Tremolizzo, Ginestra Odevaine, Giorgio Ruggeri, Maira Marzioni, Marco Santoro Verri, Maria Assunta Russo

 

PepeNero è un’associazione di promozione sociale. Dal 2011 sostiene e progetta iniziative che attivino processi partecipativi di cittadinanza attiva sul recupero e la valorizzazione di spazi pubblici e aree dismesse favorendo la diversificazione delle specificità territoriali. Con il progetto Rete dei Caselli Sud Est, vincitore del bando regionale Principi Attivi 2010, dà avvio al progetto di recupero e riqualificazione dei caselli ferroviari delle Sud Est.
Le azioni intraprese dal 2011 a oggi, hanno messo in luce un tema che sembrava dimenticato e che si rivela una risorsa chiave e trans-disciplinare per lo sviluppo del territorio. In questo periodo PepeNero ha realizzato una mappatura qualitativa e quantitativa delle case cantoniere e ha raccolto testimonianze audio visive della comunità dei casellanti, nella forma di un archivio ancora in progress. Con Moving Landscape si continua il percorso intrapreso, l’obiettivo è rendere l’archivio della Rete materiale vivo e aperto alla ricerca artistica contemporanea.

PepeNero is a social impulse-oriented organization. Since 2011, PepeNero has been sustaining and producing initiatives aimed to spark participatory processes for active citizenship by revitalizing non-functioning public spaces and supporting the diversification of local enterprises. With the Rete dei Caselli Sud Est project, PepeNero demands the re-purposing of the keepers’ houses crossing the Southeast Railways path. Seemingly long-forgotten activities undertaken during the four years period have instead revealed as essential in the socio-cultural development of the region. WithMoving Landscape PepeNero brings this work further towards the goal of opening the Rete archive to new users and the contemporary artistic research.

Worlds Apart by Kjetil Berge Friday, 20 June 2014 by anne-marie creamer

As part of Norwegian artist Kjetil Berge exhibition at Five Years Gallery in London Anne-Marie will be presenting a new experimental form for her work, a live narration and projected film Prolog/Prologo.

As part of Norwegian artist Kjetil Berge exhibition at Five Years Gallery in London Anne-Marie will be presenting a new experimental form for her work, a live narration and projected film Prolog/Prologo.

WORLDS APART
Kjetil Berge with Jason Havneraas
Performances by Alex Schady, Kristian Skylstad, Jóhanna Ellen Ríkharðsdóttir and guests from Winchester School of Art, Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, Five Years and Noplace, Oslo.

WORLDS APART / LONDON
In 2012 Kjetil left London in an ice-cream van purchased in the north of England and drove to to Kirkenes, Norway via Murmansk, Russia. Ice cream was exchanged along the way for conversations about the weather. The journey was a starting point for a series of encounters, invitations and events inspired by travel, water and ice cream.

Kjetil has since shown in Hammerfest, Oslo and Sandnes, and offered performances, ornaments, videos and songs. Over the two weekends at Five Years he is inviting contributors from Noplace, an artist-led space in Oslo along with local guests to produce events elaborating on the theme of the show.

Jason Havneraas creates work that seduces and balances between the staged and the documentary. He has made a video especially for the exhibition in collaboration with Kjetil Berge: k j drøymer, 2014 .

Kristian Skylstad’s work is often based on the individual’s behavior and emotional state. For the exhibition in Sandnes he creates a mural titled Pink Matter. At the opening he will have a performance with Kjetil Berge.

 
Jóhanna Ellen Ríkharðsdóttir is a multi-media artist who investigates how technology and the media shape our social landscape and influences our relationship with objects and each other.

Performancefest Schedule:
PERFORMING WORLDS APART

Friday 20 June
7.00pm

Kristian Skylstad, Pink Matter : Kristian Skylstad’s work is often based on the individual's behavior and emotional state. For the exhibition in FIVE YEARS he creates a mural. 
Jóhanna Ellen Ríkharðsdóttir, The Pulse Beats From Within : Jóhanna Ellen Ríkharðsdóttir is a multi-media artist who investigates how technology and the media shape our social landscape and influences our relationship with objects and each other.

Saturday 21 June
2.00pm

Peter Barnard, Cadencies : Working predominately in video, audio, performance and installation. Peter Barnard's work often explores how the application of sound impacts upon our day to day experiences and encounters with certain objects and spaces.

3.00pm
Lydia Heath, Living Wage : Through performative gestures Lydia Heath questions the role art plays in imagining alternative futures; asking whether it can really be a driving force for social change or just a commentary for it.

Sunday 22 June
2.00pm

K+Kproject, Personal, Local, Global : K+Kproject are Kimvi Nguyen and Kate Theodore. Visual artists based at The Yard Studios in Winchester. K + Kproject use of 20 identical stools as props can be viewed either as a performance or as a still image. The props are seen as tools to question the absurdity of the image through the relationship between gesture and action . K-Kproject.tumblr.com

Saturday 28 June
2.00pm

Anne-Marie Creamer, Prologo/ Prolog : Part of an on-going exploration of creating cinema without film in the traditional sense British artist Anne-Marie Creamer will perform a live voiceover with soundscape and projected imagery to create a cinematic narrative.

3.00pm
Karen Nikgol, A Study of Mesmerism :

Painter, gallerist and choreographer Karen Nikgol will for this performance try out the old technique of Mesmerism, with the help of very simple tools. The aim is to see how one can change the mood of an audience, through simple gestures and sounds.

Sunday 29 June
2.00pm
Alex Schady and Hadas Kedar :
Geometric Songs of Love and Protest : A performance that incorporate a series of new songs about geometry. Working in different cities acorss the globe (London and Tel Aviv) the pair intend to harmonise across space and time. They will explore their love of geometric forms and raise a defiant fist in support of circles, triangles and squares.

3.00pm
Mia Taylor, Satellite Story :
Taylor will be giving a reading from her unfinished science fiction novel. Fact and fiction become blurred as we are asked to imagine a lonely piece of machinery’s journey through space.

Five Years 66 Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN

info@fiveyears.org.uk www.fiveyears.org.uk

(Sequel 1: TOMIS), The Tragedy of a Character, live voice over at Five Years Gallery, by anne-marie creamer

Prologo/ Prolog, which late became known as (Sequel 1: TOMIS), The Tragedy of a Character, live voice over, took place at the Five Years gallery, London on Saturday, 28 June 2014

Approx. 10 minutes.

Part of an on-going exploration of creating cinema without film in the traditional sense British artist Anne-Marie Creamer will perform a live voiceover with soundscape and projected imagery to create a cinematic narrative. 

Anne-Marie Creamer is a British Artist whose work encompasses videos, texts and drawings.  She is currently working on the imaginative possibilities of an absent film by Italian writer Luigi Pirandello. 

“Dear Friend,

This is a experiment I have put together as part of Kjetil Berge’s current exhibition at Five years. It’s really my first attempt, a sketch, towards trying out a new form for my work, part film, part performance.  It’s not the more major Pirandello work I have been doing for sometime, although there is a connection.  I should be beginning private screenings of that work from this September.  

You are welcome to come along this Saturday at 2pm.  

Best,

Anne-Marie”