current event : 

from 12.05.19
to 27.06.19

Partners: 


Exhibition Venue: Corte Supernova

in collaboration with Pas-e
Partners: Soup Kitchen, BrokenGreyWires, Univeristy of Salford Manchester,
My Art Guide
















more info:
 www.proforma.org.uk

Corte Supernova presents:

PROFORMA
PAVILION







curator: Chris Bailkoski
artists: Omid Asadi, Lizz Brady, Nicola Dale, Nightshift International (Sarah Boulter & Elliott Flanagan) and John Powell-Jones






Residencies & presentations
from 12.05.2019 to 27.06.2019

Proforma Pavilion:

Proforma Pavilion is an ever-changing exhibition presenting the work of six emerging artists whose work explores increasingly shifting notions of identity in the UK through a dynamic blend of performance, intervention, film, sound and live art, these new works explore topics from psychological isolation and personal reality; power structures, immigration and conflict; superficial boundaries, mental health and social engagement; to relationships, intimacy, and aspiration.

Curated by Chris Bailkoski, Corte Supernova will become an active research and social space as new ideas are explored and artworks are created. This Venetian residency-as-exhibition-as-event disrupts conventional exhibition practices by becoming a space that embraces the chaotic politics of change and processes of making through daily activity, weekly discussions and transformative events.


A MODULAR
SPACE FOR GRAVITATIONAL
PRODUCTIONS




Corte SUPERNOVA
IS A PRODUCTION SPACE
DEDICATED TO CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART, SOUND,
MUSIC AND VIDEO


Corte SUPERNOVA is a multidisciplinar production space dedicated to contemporary visual art, sound, music and video. The space hosts the four studios of its founders (Alberto Favretto, MACO & Marian Mentrup, Michele Braga, Pas-e) and a big main production hall.

The sinergies created by its unique configuration result in a flexible space that act as platform and catalyst for artistic experimentation, it encourages multiple perspectives, with the aim to engage relations and widen definitions for sonic and visual cultures.

The building itself, which used to be a wood workshop, has been conceived as a versatile, modular base made to adapt to the different needs of the production process. This conversion has been developed by Pas-e in collaboration with the studio Omri Revesz design. The result is a unique workspace for research and experimentation where the development of artistic, technical and educational paths are able to take place and cross over with ease.

Thanks to its characteristics and our personal network the space plays a unique role in the city as an international ground for cultural and artistic exchanges.






If you want to present a project or request access to the Corte Supernova spaces
click here