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Venice 2013: Arthur Duff, Luca Massimo Barbero



Elena Forin of LaRete Art Project interviews artist Arthur Duff and curator Luca Massimo Barbero during the opening week of the 2013 Venice Biennale. This program is presented in partnership with the Clocktower Gallery.

Arthur Duff speaks of the relationship between the artist and the object he or she creates, in relation to his own exhibition "Precious Objects, Extraordinary Individuals", a site-specific installation now on view at the Venice Biennial. Duff's installation uses projected text to illuminate the Canal Grande in Venice as a way to highlight how public and private space can be perceived by the spectator.

"The Intimate Subversion", an interactive exhibition by Spanish artist Ángel Marcos, explores different approaches to consider how economic power spreads and imposes itself on society, as well as the defencelessness of certain social groups. The exhibition utilizes light, video, sound and photography in order to display Marcos' research of the neighborhoods of Las Tudas and La Mota in Medina del Campo, Spain, both of which, due to their isolation from urban centers, allow the forging of close personal relationships within their residents and the spaces in which they reside. In this recording, Luca Massimo Barbero, Associate Curator at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice and curator of "The Intimate Subversion" speaks of the relationship of the two neighborhoods studied in Marcos' exhibition and how they revive an organic sense of living that opposes the modes of capitalist civilization.









 

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A series of talk and musical programs assembled from our various trips to Venice for the Biennale dating back to 2005. The programs range from round table discussions to interviews to DJ sets to virtual pavilions rendered in music and sound. On two occasions (2005 and 2007) we broadcast live on Italian FM radio from a boat moored near the Giardini. In 2011 our roving reporters covered the scene while the interview booth was headquartered near Piazzo San Marco. We also partnered with artist Federico Diaz and his sculpture-building robots at the Arsenale to design a special series called Robot Radio. 2013 brought us together with LaRete Art Projects and the Venice Agendas series produced by workinprogress for interviews and discussions.
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