The Giulietta project, curated by Stefano Giuri, is part of the NAM – Not A Museum public program, with Gianluca Concialdi, Gianni Pettena, Sara Leghissa and Filippo Tappi.
Happenings, performances and temporary installations will install a dialogue with the Manifattura Tabacchi spaces.
The third event of Giulietta is on Thursday, 24th at 6:30 pm with (Una cosa che sogno da sempre) by Sara Leghissa.
Sara Leghissa presents (Una Cosa che sogno da sempre) with a public billposting performance that celebrates bodily proximity. It is open and accessible to all bodies, more or less visible, more or less obedient. The event will take place at spazio Festa, Manifattura Tabacchi.
On a practical level, the artist creates systems and devices that try to camouflage and blend into the context in order to convey images and contents to meet and intercept different spectators with the use of technology which is accessible and tied to the ordinary. On this occasion, the interaction with the spectators will be guided by paper and billposting.
Sara Leghissa is an independent artist and performer based in Milan. Her work is mainly performed in public spaces and is based on the principle of an ecological approach to resources, maximising the use of what is already available in reality. She creates systems and devices that try to camouflage and blend into the context in order to convey images and contents to meet and intercept different spectators with the use of technology which is accessible and tied to the ordinary. She is the co-founder of the art project Strasse and has collaborated with various artists and collective projects. She has presented her work at both Italian and international festivals, among which: Santarcangelo Festival (IT), Triennale Teatro dell’Arte (IT), Short Theatre (IT), far Festival (CH), Festival Parallele (FR), Saal Biennal (EE), Mir Festival (GR), and Beursschouwburg (BE).
She is the co-organizer of Nobody’s discipline (Italy), an independent platform for sharing performing art techniques, and NESSUNO, a public gathering for a community of people who reclaim and celebrate bodily energy and diversity in a late night environment.
Sara Leghissa,(Una cosa che sogno da sempre) ph. Jiayang Li
Sara Leghissa,(Una cosa che sogno da sempre)
Photo Credits: Jiayang Li
Video Credits: Alessandro Bartoletti