The creative workshop Comfort Zone will dedicate an opening day Saturday the 10th & Sunday the 11th, march 2018: the land art and public art installations projected by the young participants will be exposed on the soil of the cities involved: Gradisca d’Isonzo, Mariano, Fogliano Redipuglia e Moraro (Italy).
To celebrate the laboratory, a collettive exhibition will be open at the ground floor of the city hall in Gradisca d’Isonzo: saturday, march the 10th, at 17.00.
Joshua Cesa, Giovanna Bressan, Andrea Tessari and Giovanna Volpe (educators/artists) will also participate, presenting also the preparatory work done for the installations Memory Trees and Labirynth, part of the B#Side Peripheral Visions project!
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Comfort Zone, the creative lab of public and relational art, is starting again with a new attraction for Land Art!
Comfort Zone is a creative laboratory designed to promote the interaction of young people with the fabric of the city, thanks to the symbolic power of art: relational art, public art, street art, and, for this special edition, a specific in-depth on land art.
Individual, familiar and collective cultures, as well as the history of the land, besides ambitions, fears, and the emotions of young boys and girls aged 11-15, will become site-specific installations, which will illuminate the soil of the city in march 2018, involving all the citizens in a common reflection on identity.
This year the laboratory intersect its path with the B#Side Peripheral Visions project, dedicated to artists under 35, dealing withe the topics of the periphery and of multiculturality: the artists of the project were also the educators for the child in this creative path.
To download the photo catalogues of the previous editions of the project, just go to www.iodeposito.org