Victoria Lucas will be presenting work as part of Embodied Memory / The memory of war through the matter at Villa Manin di Passariano, Italy.
An art exhibition gathering international artists in a joined-up and multi-faceted reflection on the collective memory, starting fro the bodies and forms in which it it incarnates. The prospective focuses on the memory f the conflict and especially on the human experience of the first world conflict (from the Great War, researching the legacies in the following conflicts of the Twentieth Century), still not plumed at all. The exhibition is made of three principal thematic blocks: the memory of the conflict as symbolised and placed in the natural elements, the memory laced in the material symbolic objects of the conflict (through a significant revision of these objects, taking the distances from the idolatry for the war object, getting closer to the ready made), the memory that gradually is shrinking, becoming light into its materic bodies, until becoming an incision and then a writing.
Artworks: Nathalie Vanheuele, Boris Beja, Lang Ea, Cosima Montavoci, Claudio Beorchia, Luca Terenzi, Ana Mrovlje, Anitra Hamilton, Ilisie Remus, Ting Bao, Victoria Lucas, Vanessa Gageos, Anne O’ Callaghan, Mario Lo Prete, Nicolas Vamvouklis, Jia WLing Hsu.
April 1st – 30th 2017 / Vernissage: April, Saturday 1st at 06:00 p.m. / Villa Manin di Passariano, Italy
The exhibition is visitable in the exedr a in Piazza Manin 10, Codroipo.
The exhibition has no entry fee and is visitable for free from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:00 a.m. – 07:30 p.m. and from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m