artists


FRANCESCA BANCHELLI


Francesca Banchelli (Italy, 1981) is a multidisciplinary artist, working with painting, performance, video, drawing, and sculpture. Following a deep interest in human beings and their social and psychological behaviour, she introduces time into her creations, while revealing the moment in which a given context becomes an 'event'. Banchelli holds an MA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, London (2010). Her work has been commissioned and exhibited internationally in galleries, museums and biennials including: Centro Pecci, Prato, IT (2019); MANIFESTA 11 - Performance program, Zurich (2016); MACBA, Barcelona (2016); WILKINSON Gallery, London (2015); Villa Romana/SpazioK, IT (2015); Sifang Art Museum, Nanjing, China (2015); TATE Modern, London (2014); 13th Istanbul Biennial/official parallel event (2013); New Capital, Chicago, USA (2012); Museo Villa Croce, Genoa, IT (2012); S1Artspace, Sheffield, UK (2012). In 2012 she was an artist in residence at the Frankfurter Kunstverein - Deutsche Börse Residency Program and she was awarded the first prize ‘Portali dello Scompiglio’ Tenuta dello Scompiglio, IT; in 2013 she was among the finalist artists to win the ‘LIVEWORKS - Performance Art Award’, Centrale Fies/DOCVA Viafarini.

ROBERTO FASSONE

Photo: Riccardo Banfi

(the following text is to be read while listening to A Mess...
by Shabazz Palaces.)
Roberto Fassone lives and works between Florence and Pol Sesanne.
His research is a North musk-brupus, that feeds on the sound of the sun, invisible skeletons and pitchy kids. It lives in large packs with other brupus, where they gossip about the fears of the ghosts. In the last years Fassone exhibited and performed his works at Naturhistorisches Museum, Bern; Quadriennale di Roma; Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo; MAMbo, Bologna; Fanta-MLN, Milan; OGR, Turin; MOCAK, Krakow; Centrale Fies, Dro; Carroll / Fletcher, London; AOYS (online), Zkm, Karlsruhe; Mart, Rovereto; Palazzetto dello Sport, Asti; Castello di Rivoli, Torino; Civitella Ranieri Foundation; Museo La Ene, Buenos Aires.