Lab: Madamina, il catalogo è questo
6 + 7 + 8.5.22
Friday 17 – 19:30, Saturday 9:30 – 18:30, Sunday 9:30 – 18:30
Madamina, il catalogo è questo
An exploration of the plastic territories of the image through the leporello format
Curated by Novella Oliana and Flaminia Masotti
This course aims to develop a project and reflective approach on the image, space and gesture that leads to an editorial creation of a Leporello. We will create theoretical and practical paths starting from a methodological study based on contemporary visual processes. The objectives will be to acquire greater awareness of the visual process and of the way in which images work in the representation of concepts, interact in a transdisciplinary way to redefine the space of the creative process, and to reflect on the gesture and on the three-dimensional space of the page, which is constructed through folds, cuts or visual sequences. Lastly, we will acquire practical methodologies in editorial creation, reworking the classic Leporello format, and move from our ideas and imagination to the creation of a small project.
Things to bring: a list of cards to bring is provided, tools will be made available
Dates: 6 + 7 + 8.5.22
Time: Friday 17 – 19:30, Saturday 9:30 – 18:30, Sunday 9:30 – 18:30
Location: Via Weggenstein 3F, Bolzano
Speaker: Novella Oliana + Flaminia Masotti
Info & registration: email@example.com
Number of participants: Minimum 7 Max 12
Price: 260 € (230 € for members + early birds until 6.4.22)
Deadline registration: 22.4.2022
Novella Oliana is a visual artist, teacher, and researcher living and working in Rome and Marseille. Anchored in the transdisciplinary nature of thought, her practical and theoretical research reflects on gestures and speculative narratives as possible means to rethink territories and inhabit the world, questioning the use of various media (photography, video, drawing and performance).
novellaoliana.com | firstname.lastname@example.org | https://www.instagram.com/novella_oliana
Flaminia Masotti is a designer and a Roman artisan. After a long experience in the art sector as a coordinator and organizer of exhibitions, events and editor of catalogs and publications, in 2015 she founded FoxCraft. It is a brand dedicated to paper that reinterprets artisan bookbinding in a contemporary key. For FoxCraft she also holds training courses, workshops and educational workshops on book design and artisan binding in collaboration with universities, primary and secondary schools, bookstores, and other organizations in the cultural sector.
foxcraft.it | email@example.com