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FLUX-US / A far from lost artistic heritage
by Besegher
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Scritto da Besegher    martedý, 26 gennaio 2016 - Inserisci un commento

Andrea Familari, Francesca Pasquali and Carlotta Piccinini

for FLUX-US

"A far from lost artistic heritage"


with Mary Bauermeister, Francesca Pasquali and *fuse

curated by Angela Memola and Pascual Jordan

CUBO_ Centro Unipol Bologna
Piazza Sergio Vieira de Mello, 3, 40128 Bologna

January 28 - April 16 2016
Opening on January 27, 2016 6:00 pm
From January 27 to April 16 CUBO Centro Unipol Bologna will be crossed by FLUX-US, a continuous flow of situations, perceptions and multiple experimental sensory experiences where the visitor is asked to interact and participate in the aesthetic process. 
"Society needs sensitive people to receive the future" states Mary Bauermeister, one of the main animators of the art scene in Cologne, who founded in the Lintgasse the centre of the pre-Fluxus movement.

For FLUX-US exhibition at CUBO, Baumeister artworks will dialogue with GLASSWALLan AV interactive installation formed by 150.000 plastic glasses of different sizes and densities, born as a reflection on the transformation and the potential of material by Francesca Pasquali, in collaboration with Carlotta Piccinini and Andrea Familari - with the sound contribution by Luigi Mastandreaand Bernardo Lo Sterzo. 

GLASSWALL is a fall of materials taking energies and changing shapes, colors and sounds thanks to the public interaction; these different creative elements have thus transform a sculpture into an art experience, trying to demonstrate the power of the re-cycle of materials and the importance of the relation between artwork and public, like a message of love and hope for the future. 

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