11 October 2022 > 06 November 2022

videogalleryPenumbra Expanded

videogallery – free admittance
curated by Alessandro Rabottini, Leonardo Bigazzi

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Monday closed
Tuesday to Sunday 11 am – 7 pm

Saturday and Sunday last entry at 5:30 pm

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A selection of more than 30 videos and film works by eight international artists, most of which have never before been displayed in Italy.

Penumbra Expanded offers a never-before-seen, in-depth overview of the practices of the artists presented by Fondazione In Between Art Film in the Penumbra exhibition held in Venice on the occasion of the Biennale Arte 2022. The eight focuses, each lasting three days, offer a comprehensive look at the themes and formal choices that characterise their poetics for the first time.

Karimah Ashadu | Jonathas de Andrade | Aziz Hazara | He Xiangyu | Masbedo | James Richards | Emilija Škarnulytė | Ana Vaz

Through different languages, these artists reposition the themes of human knowledge and the interpretation of what surrounds us within a dying future. Their works investigate the dynamics of history and memory, issues of working conditions and patriarchal culture, and the impact that geopolitical turmoil has on the bodies, identity and survival of individuals and communities. 

film screening:

11 to 13 Ana Vaz
14 to 16 Masbedo
18 to 20 Karimah Ashadu
21 to 23 James Richards
25 to 27 Aziz Hazara
28 to 30 Jonathas de Andrade

1 to 3 Emilija Skarnulyte
4 to 6 He Xiangyu

Penumbra is the first institutional exhibition organised by Fondazione In Between Art Film at the Ospedaletto Complex in Venice on the occasion of the Biennale Arte 2022. Curated by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi, the exhibition includes eight new video and film installations commissioned by Karimah Ashadu, Jonathas de Andrade, Aziz Hazara, He Xiangyu, Masbedo, James Richards, Emilija Škarnulytė and Ana Vaz. The works were commissioned and produced by Fondazione In Between Art Film.

header: Still da Ana Vaz, Há Terra! [Terra in vista!], 2016 © Ana Vaz