Exhibitions opened Sept. 10 that will run through Oct. 10:
“Space Needers” by Francesco Capponi.
Images of astronauts and cosmonauts found on the net, placed in home sets and re-photographed in the various corners of the house while exploring “Domestic Space”. Through pinhole photography Francesco Capponi experiments with a photographic game as a personal escape from reality during the months of home isolation.
“So far, so near”, by Meri Ciuchi and Maurizio Rapiti.
Old analog photographs and reproductions of great masterpieces of Italian art history, revised in a contemporary key with different emotional figures that distinguish the two artists, irony and melancholy.
Saturday 25th September
At 18.00 – Presentation of the Buitoni project.
Some rooms of Palazzo Muglioni, a building in via Aggiunti that CasermArcheologica is reactivating through contemporary artistic languages and a strong movement of citizen participation, hosted the first Buitoni workshop in 1827.
From this, and from the dialogue with the Cral Buitoni, comes the intention to collect the testimonies of the people who worked at Buitoni, in order to reconstruct the many aspects of life in and around the factory. The company, in fact, one of the first industrial pasta factories in Italy, has marked the rhythms of Sansepolcro as a city-factory for several decades.
19.00 and 20.30 – Itinerant theater show for small groups of spectators.
How many are you? By Alessandra Bedino
from the text “The Chewing of the Dead” by Patrick Kermann
An abandoned building, a place seemingly empty but populated by voices. The newcomer asks, “How many of you are there?” “More than those over there,” is the answer. There are many, in fact: all those who continue unabated to ‘chew’ their lives even when it is long gone.
9.30pm – Concert by the musical group Rigolò.
Rigolò is a psychedelic music band, with compositions for a RAI TV series and live soundtracks for documentaries by musician and filmmaker Francesco Tedde. The band is composed of four elements: Andrea Carella (vocal/guitar), Jenny Burnazzi (cello), Alessandro Reggiani (ukulele/bass) and Andrea Napolitano (drums/pad).
Events are free of charge but reservation is required by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
The activities will take place in the spaces of CasermArcheologica and outdoors, on Via Aggiunti, in compliance with all anticovid measures.
Opening hours of the exhibitions
from September 10 to 19: morning 10.30 am – 1.00 pm, afternoon 4.30 pm – 7.30 pm, evening 9.30 pm – 11.00 pm.
From September 20, 2021, open every Saturday afternoon from 16.00 to 19.00 and always, during working hours and by appointment.