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July 4, 2014

UNIDEE residency 2014

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The 15th edition of Cittadellarte residency programme has evolved: a new type of educational programme divided into open weekly modules, an experimental knowledge platform based on exchange and research. You can enroll, designing your own educational path, through an online tool. A few months of an open programme, based on weekly units, will become a public utility conceived as a constant reference for an evolving community.

UNIDEE, a programme of intensive and dedicated weeks, trains artivators (activators of social transformation processes through creative ideas and projects), a professional figure that gathers together the characteristics of the artist, the curator, the entrepreneur and the social planner.

The residency weeks will be open to professionals, artists, scholars, curators and anyone interested in delving into specific themes relating to art in the social sphere. The programme is developed by mentors together with a multidisciplinary international group. Weeks are led by experts suggesting a deep analysis of essential competences and aspects: from inter-subjectivity to common and alternative economies, from responsibility and new technologies to architecture of the social space, implicities and complicities.

 

The structure
– Weekly modules, starting from the end of July
– Participants are required to pay only 200 euros
– Each residency is a minimum of one week to a maximum of four consecutive weeks
– Weekly schedule: Sunday arrival and welcome to Cittadellarte. Lectures from Monday to Friday. Saturday morning departure.
– Each week has a maximum number of participants

Sign up and get information through the online platform. Participation is partially funded by Cittadellarte partners.

 

Weekly units

Sensing the Commons: Listening For Alice
Monday July 28–Friday August 1
Jason Waite (curator at Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory in Utrecht, the Netherlands)and Christian Nyampeta (artist; MPhil/PhD candidate at the Visual Cultures Department of Goldsmiths, University of London)

Participation in the Artistic and Curatorial Practice
Monday September 1–Friday September 5
Cecilia Guida (curator; professor of Contemporary Art History at L’Aquila Fine Arts Academy; professor of Communication Process Analysis at Florence Fine Arts Academy)

Inter-subjectivity in Participatory Practice
Monday September 8–Friday September 12
Beatrice Catanzaro (artist; teaching at the International Art Academy in Ramallah, Palestine)

The Architecture of Social Space: Creating Spaces of Critique within the Places We Live
Monday September 15–Friday September 19
Matthew Mazzotta (artist; teaching at MIT’s programme in Art, Culture and Technology)

Implicities and Complicities; Convivially Mapping our Praxis
Monday September 22–Friday September 26
Sakiko Sugawa (artist; working in Auckland as a ST PAUL St Gallery’s Inaugural Research Fellow)

Cittadellarte, an In-Depth Experience of its History and Current Activities
Monday September 29–Friday October 3
Monday November 3–Friday November 7
Artists, curators and project managers from Cittadellarte main projects

Art in Public Space
Monday 6 October–Friday October 10
Monday October 13–Friday October 17
artiNreti: 6secondsTO, a.titolo, Acting Out, Asilo Bianco, Banca della Memoria, Eco e Narciso, Kaninchenhaus, Par coii bsogna semnà / Chi semina raccoglie, PAV – Parco Arte Vivente, Progetto Diogene, URBE – Rigenerazione Urbana 

What kind of participation?
Monday October 20–Friday October 24
a.titolo: Giorgia Bertolino, Francesca Comisso, Nicoletta Leonardi, Lisa Parola, Luisa Perlo (curators; artistic directors for the visual arts of the Acteurs Transculturels project; and co-curators of We-Traders. Swapping Crisis for City project)

Working Together: Mapping a Collective Memory
Monday November 10–Friday November 14
Sofía Olascoaga (curator, collaborator with international laboratories for public programs at Art21 and MoMA, New York; Experimental Nucleus for Art and Pedagogy in Rio de Janeiro; Independent Curators International in New York; the public street programmes at La Galeria de Comercio in Escandón, Mexico; and Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo in Mexico City)

 

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