Accademia di Belle Arti Venezia

VIVAAR; Progetto Olografico di Arte Performativa

Il project manager e curatore Jonas Stampe presenterà la sua recente esplorazione: Realtà Aumentata, Video Volumetrico, Sistemi di Posizionamento Visivo. Dall'idea e l'intuizione, all'esperienza, alla pianificazione, al networking globale e alla passione. La conferenza presenta la traiettoria di un progetto artistico ancora in corso che si svolgerà in congiunzione con la Biennale di Venezia, dalle idee e misconcetti, piani di progetto e networking nel mondo della tecnologia alla sua realizzazione.

Il viaggio curatoriale di Jonas Stampe attraverso la scena artistica contemporanea cinese unisce il visibile e l'invisibile, il nascosto e l'ovvio, il non detto e l'aperto. Jonas Stampe in Cina ha prodotto e curato per cinque anni il festival d'arte performativa Guangzhou Live. Trasferito poi a Pechino ha avviato, prodotto e curato il festival di performance Beijing Live nel 2016 nel Distretto Artistico 798. L'anno successivo è stato assunto dal Red Brick Art Museum che da allora ha presentato mostre di importanti artisti internazionali come Andres Serrano, Dan Graham, Olafur Eliasson, Sarah Lucas, Xu Bing e altri.

All'evento interverranno il Direttore prof. Riccardo Caldura, il prof. Paolo Fraternali, incaricato asia.program e FU SEN cultore della materia asia.program. 

Martedì 13.02.2024
alle ore 15,00
Sede centrale, Accademia di Belle Arti Venezia
Aula Magna 7bc

Jonas STAMPE was born in 1965, and lives and works in Guangzhou, China and Gothenburg, Sweden. Art historian, theoritician, critic and curator, Jonas Stampe has been active as a curator since 2000 and is the co-founder and curator of an international network of festivals including Infr’Action – Festival International d’Art Performance in Sète, France (since 2005), Infr’Action Paris (since 2009), Live Action in Gothenburg, Sweden (since 2006), the now discontinued Live Action New York ( 2009-2010), Infr’Action Venezia (since 2011), and the upcoming Guangzhou Live 3 (since 2010). In 2019, Stampe formed an independent curatorial duo with his wife Xiao Ge to curate Ways of Seeing, a major exhibition at the Chao Art Centre in Beijing that featured major works by 18 artists, including Marina Abramovic, Ulay, Banksy, Xu Bing, Wang Guangyi, Yoko Ono, Jenny Holzer, the K-Foundation, Wang Qingsong, Guerrilla Girls, etc. A politically and poetically engaged exhibition that won Robb Report's Curator of the Year Award and was shortlisted for the ART POWER 100 Curator of the Year 2019. In the aftermath of the COVID outbreak, with its immediate lockdown, the curatorial duo presented 'From Screen to Mind - A 50 Years History' at 798 Art District in May 2020, showcasing for the first time in China television art, the origins of online screen art, featuring 23 historical artists including Joseph Beuys, Gilbert & George, Mario Merz, Richard Serra, James Lee Byars, Jan Dibbets etc. The theme was followed by a second exhibition, 'When Speed Becomes Form - Live in Your Screen', for which 48 of China's most renowned contemporary artists, such as Xu Bing, Zhang Xiaogang, Qiu Zhijie, Zhan Wang, Yu Hong, Liu Xiaodong, Cao Fei, Wang Guangyi, Chen Chieh-jen, Song Dong, Yang Fudong, Peng Wei, were commissioned to create screen-based works in horizontal or vertical format with a maximum length of 60 seconds. An innovative format responding to the emergence of the specific form of social media art. Currently, Stampe is working with Xiao Ge on a major retrospective of the French conceptual artist and pioneer of performance art Bernar Venet at the Phoenix Center in Beijing, as one of the centrepieces of the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and China. The curator duo is also preparing VIVAAR, an innovative artistic project for the 60th Biennale Arte di Venezia that will, for the first time, combine performance art with the latest hologram-like technology of volumetric video in augmented reality. An innovative showcase to be presented in public space near the Giardini.