Alterazioni Video and Fosbury Architecture
Incompiuto: the birth of a style
Friday, 19 October h.18.30
Incompiuto is a research and mapping project that investigates the uncompleted public architectures in Italy. It offers a new point of view and possible a new paradigm on the disastrous phenomenon that contaminated Italian contemporary landscape. The research group, led by ALTERAZIONI VIDEO, worked in direct contact with these realities and counted over 750 contemporary ruins, 350 only in Sicily. The book resulted from a 10 years work and represents a smart and provocative point of view over the phenomenon: Its extension and duration transformed it in a proper style, the only real style one could observe in Italy in the post war era. CAMPO is pleased to invite Fosbury Architecture to talk about their work with Incompiuto and to share some of the material they exhibited this year in Manifesta 12. The collective of architectural research will share with us their involvement in this incredible experience and open a discussion with the participants to the talk.
CAMPO is pleased to invite Fosbury Architecture to talk about their work with Incompiuto and to share some of the material they exhibited this year in Manifesta 12 amongst others. The collective of architectural research will share with us their involvement in this incredible experience and open a discussion with the public.
Alterazioni Video is a collective of artist composed of Paololuca Barbieri Marchi, Alberto Caffarelli, Matteo Erenbourg, Andrea Masu and Giacomo Porfiri, founded in Milan in 2004 and based in New York, Berlin and Milan. They’re known for “Incompiuto” that was exhibited in the Manifesta 12. In the last five years the collective has produced ten films, gathered under the title “Turbo Film” and has been exhibited in festivals of cinema and art spaces.
Fosbury Architecture is an architectural collective that focuses on research and projects, founded in 2013 and with bases in Milan, Rotterdam and Hamburg. Composed by Giacomo Ardesio, Alessandro Bonizzoni, Nicola Campri, Veronica Caprino and Claudia Mainardi. The work of Fosbury has won many prizes in international competitions including Europan13, Leewarden; Museo Scienze Naturali, Turin; YAC, Bologna and Recycling Socialism, Tallinn Architecture Biennale. The collective has been the youngest Italian group to participate in the Chicago Biennale of 2017, Make New History.