Klinikè, 2019, solo show
@Chalton Gallery London
@Grace Gallery, Grasse
Bread, participatoy project, part of Contemporanee,
FESTIVAL ART STAYS
Curated by Antonio Arevalo
A4C (ROSA JIJON &
ALLORA & CALZADILLA,
NAM JUNE PAIK, ....
8th July -5th September 2016
NON EUCLIDEAN ALPINE
19 Sept - 29 Sept 2016
at Caffè Interazionale
via San Basilio 73, Palermo
Hi-ress print on carta Epson Enhanced Mat mounted on aluminium
90 x 160 cm
We’re All Involved
In This Mess
is an experimental performative exhibition at Enclave Gallery, London
Conkè by Drifters
video HD 22'
curated by Adriana Rispoli
Quartiere Intelligente +
SONGS FOR A DEAF OX
Curated by Dai Xiyun in the context of collective research on Non-Transmitttable Form?, which is the result of a year-long course curated by Ruth Noack.
3rd -4th June 2016
DAI, Kortestraat 27, 6811 EP Arnhem
Tyche is an artificial deity. She is irresponsible for the decisions and she runs without direction by bouncing a ball to demonstrate that fate is an uncertain thing.
Nemesis is both a deity and an abstraction, like the accumulation of wealth in monetary form.
The Ritz, 150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR
April 7th 2016, 7pm
StationToStation, Fields Estate, London, UK
MOMENTI DI PIACERE/
MOMENT OF PLEASURE
wins Arte Fiera Award, 2016
Giury composed by Lorenzo Sassoli de Bianchi (jury president), Francesco Bonami (curator and critic), Luca Lo Pinto (Kunsthalle Wien curator), Laura Carlini Fanfogna (director of Istituzione Bologna Musei), Giacinto Di Pietrantonio (GAMEC director), Hou Hanru (MAXXI director ) e Alberto Salvadori (Museo Marino Marini director )
CARLA LONZI'S FEMINISM AND THE ART OF REVOLT
Giovanna Zapperi and Anna Daneri
The exhibition Suite Rivolta investigates the possibility of rethinking the 1970s radical feminism within a contemporary political and artistic framework. The show gathers together works and documents related to the figure and writings of Carla Lonzi (1931-1982), art critic and feminist in the 1960s and 1970s Italy.
Lonzi’s ideas about creativity, sexuality and politics strongly resonate with some of the most urgent issues in art and feminism today. Cabello/Carceller, Claire Fontaine, Chiara Fumai,Silvia Giambrone, and Valentina Miorandi look at her ideas as a set of transformative operations that can be reactivated in the present.
Their works are inspired by Lonzi’s writings and explore issues such as women’s sexuality and pleasure, the relation between body and language, or the political significance of her search for autonomous forms of expression.
October 15th 2015 - January 16th 2016, at Museu da Eletricidade Lisboa (P) and is part of Doclisboa’s "Passages" programme.
NON EUCLIDEAN ALPINE ADVENTURES
As alpine guides, Valentina Miorandi and Sandrine Nicoletta propose a constellation of
different locations which travellers can explore through visions, hikes and encounters with alpine guides. Spread out in various parts of the world, these guides belong to the itinerary triggering a reflection about our ways of proceeding and the tools we activate in order to
explore what is unknown.
Oct 3rd 2015 - Jan 16th 2016,
at Boccanera Gallery and in various parts of the world
LA MAGNIFICA OSSESSIONE
curated by MART
October 26th 2012 - February 16th 2014, at MART Museum (Rovereto, IT)
exhibition produced by FMST
narration and exhibition design by Valentina Miorandi and Micol Cossali - CAMstudio
July 10th 2015 - on-going,
at FMST Museum (Trento, IT)
AGi Verona Collection, Anna Rosa and Giovanni Cotroneo,
Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection
October 16th 2015 - December 21st 2015
Maison Particulère, Brussels (BE)
WHAT IS POTENTIAL?
Exploring Aristotle, art and medicine
one off event curated
by Per Huttner
September 21th 2016
Wellcome Collection, London
In alliance with Ruth Catlow and Helen Kaplinsky, Drifters (Valentina Miorandi and Sandrine Nicoletta) take part at the project Sociality Machine by the artist Ruth Catlow. It is anexperimental art work in digital research with urges, utterances, tools, experiences, platforms, values, knowledges and networks play by participants in the Tate Britain program called “Art in the Age of Digital Drift”, led by Helen Kaplinsky.
Tate Britain, Millbank, London
March 18th, 2016