In July 2017, we invited all 2016 Curva Blu residents and other artists to Favignana to continue their research, experiment and reflect on the future possibilities of making art on the island.
Participating artists: Lupo Borgonovo, Barry Johnston, Renato Leotta, Nicola Martini, Gianni Politi, Stephen G. Rhodes, Megan Rooney, Samara Scott.
Expanding the disciplinary spectrum, Threes Productions and INCURVA invited musicians Francesco Cavaliere and Paquita Gordon.
Barry Johnston performing with Maria, one of Bastiano’s donkeys. Barry and Stephen G. Rhodes came back to Favignana to continue filming Sivilization’s Wake. Ph. Alessandro Di Giugno
Congratulations Stephen G. Rhodes and Barry Johnston for being shortlisted for the 3rd Mario Merz Prize with Sivilization’s Wake, co-produced by INCURVA. Learn more and cast your vote on mariomerzprize.org
Congratulations Trisha Baga for her solo show at Greene Naftali (NYC), also featuring the cave footage shot during Curva Blu 2017. More info
INCURVA has been invited at Supercondominio, a gathering of new contemporary art spaces in Italy promoted by Castello di Rivoli and its research department, the CRRI. More info about the event
8 July 2018
Some of the works conceived during the Curva Blu 2017 residency are on show at Loom Gallery, more info here.
9 May 2018
We are glad to see part of the research that took place during Curva Aperta 2017 surfacing in Gianni Politi’s exhibition “2017”. More information here. 14 Apr 2018
Some of the research carried during Curva Blu 2016 by Nicola and Jacopo on show at Mega Off-site. More info here 14 Apr 2018
INCURVA aims at making western Sicily a fertile ground for research in contemporary art, re-activating its public spaces and stimulating dialogue with its local communities through a platform for residencies, talks and exhibitions. Established in 2016.
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