da “violazioni dell’acqua” / federico placidi, aliberto sagretti. 2019 (videoelaborazione di un momento dell’installazione: differx)


Frammento da Violazioni dell’acqua,
di Federico Placidi, installazione per dispositivi elettroacustici in tempo reale.

Light designer: Aliberto Sagretti
Impianto sportivo capitolino Roma Uno (piscina), Largo Ascianghi.
29 agosto 2019.

Nel contesto del festival “Di là dal fiume”, a cura di Testroinscatola.

Microvideo+elaborazione: (CC) 2019 differx

auto-destructive art [link to yt & more links] / gustav metzger. 1965



Documentary portrait of Gustav Metzger made at Regent Street Polytechnic 1965. Directed by H. Liversidge.

thx to Luca Zanini


Tate Shots on “Auto-destructive art” by G.Metzger:

Gustav Metzger, born in 1926, developed the concept of Auto-Destructive Art where destruction was part of the process of creating the work. In this TateShots the artist reflects on his long and influential career.

Themes of political activism and engagement are heavily rooted in his work. He arrived in Britain as a refugee after losing several members of his family in the Holocaust and was associated with protests against American rocket bases in the UK as well as campaigns for nuclear disarmament. He also went to prison for encouraging mass non-violent civil disobedience.

This new arrangement of his work currently on display at Tate Britain reveals how auto-destructive art emerged out of painting and sculpture as much as it communicated Metzger’s activism.

Find out more about Gustav Metzger: https://goo.gl/tK2sjG

and https://theartstack.com/artist/gustav-metzger/auto-destructive-art-1965-dir-h-liversidge

and http://openfileblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/gustav-metzger-auto-destructive-art.html