All posts by “irenepittatore

homeless heroines

2017 – 2020 a project byIrene Pittatore and Virginia Ruth Cerquain cooperation withCasa Sidoli, a support service for adult women offered by the City of Turin and managed by Cooperativa Animazione Valdoccoproduced byCooperativa Animazione Valdoccoas part of the activities for the fortieth anniversary of the […]

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YOU AS ME / IN SOMEONE ELSE’S SHOES

2017 – ongoing YOU AS ME / In someone else’s shoes is a photographic series, a workshop and a public performance open to individuals and groups who wish to be portrayed in the clothes of others. It investigates and celebrates the vulnerability, the political and […]

YOU AS ME _ FLAG

2018 – ongoing YOU AS ME _ Flag is a participatory art project based on performance and photography that focuses on an universal fabric of identification and signalization, the flag, reflecting on its evocative power, on the need of belonging that it collects and on […]

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FROM A DISTANCE (ISOLATION PORTRAITS)

2020 – ongoingA research and visual art project by Irene PittatoreProject development and public relationsIsabelle DemangeatPreviewJeu de l’Oie – Festival des sciences sociales et des arts/ Aix-Marseille Université and MUCEM Can remote photographyhelp people to reduce distances?generate traces of experiences shared from afar during the […]

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hh _ homeless heroines

hh_homeless heroines  un progetto di Virginia Ruth Cerqua e Irene Pittatore commissionato dalla Cooperativa Animazione Valdocco di Torino nell’ambito delle attività per il quarantesimo dalla fondazione coordinamento generale di Beppe Quaglia a cura di Lisa Parola hh_homeless heroines nasce con la finalità di creare spazi di narrazione […]

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A book To-Be

A book To-Be: how to move your artwork from museum to public space a project by Irene Pittatore curated by Nicoletta Daldanise in collaboration with a.titolo, Giovanni Semi, Alberto Vanolo publisher: Archive Books website: https://abooktobe.wordpress.com/ How to move your artwork from museum to public space is […]

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