Valentina Furian, PRESENT
Recontemporary
Independent Space / Turin

Recontemporary is a club for video art, a community, a cultural association and the first independent space in Italy focusing exclusively on new media art. Rec promotes exhibitions and multimedia artists, and develops educational projects on contemporary art and digital technologies.⁣

Funded in 2018, Recontemporary explores the impact of digital technologies in contemporary art. Through exhibitions, workshops, and laboratories with schools, the association encourages collaboration and dialogue between institutions and artists within the international scene, in order to offer a complete and updated vision of a constantly evolving art form.

Recontemporary has as its goal the knowledge, study, teaching, dissemination, diffusion and promotion of contemporary art, as well as the organization of activities aimed at achieving the indicated purposes. The goal is to promote and disseminate any activity that is artistic in nature, through any possible form of contamination and connections between people, institutions and associations; organizing cultural, educational activities and events related to the artistic and creative activities of each participant.

Born from an idea by Iole Pellion di Persano, the project is curated by a team composed by Camilla Ferrero, Costanza Hardouin, Silvia Pennetta and Alessandra Villa.⁣ Recontemporary is located in the historical centre of Turin, right next to Mole Antonelliana – venue of the National Cinema Museum and symbol of the city.

Recontemporary

Karol Sudolski, You Are My Anchor Point

Karol Sudolski, You Are My Anchor Point

Akasha VisualArt Open Call Glitch

Ikigai Media

Elena Bellantoni

Gianluca Iadema, UN_I[N]VERSO

Rebecca Salvadori

Recontemporary

Recontemporary

WORKSHOP | The Alternative Atelier – Driant Zeneli
Recontemporary
Independent Space / Turin

Recontemporary is a club for video art, a community, a cultural association and the first independent space in Italy focusing exclusively on new media art. Rec promotes exhibitions and multimedia artists, and develops educational projects on contemporary art and digital technologies.⁣

Funded in 2018, Recontemporary explores the impact of digital technologies in contemporary art. Through exhibitions, workshops, and laboratories with schools, the association encourages collaboration and dialogue between institutions and artists within the international scene, in order to offer a complete and updated vision of a constantly evolving art form.

Recontemporary has as its goal the knowledge, study, teaching, dissemination, diffusion and promotion of contemporary art, as well as the organization of activities aimed at achieving the indicated purposes. The goal is to promote and disseminate any activity that is artistic in nature, through any possible form of contamination and connections between people, institutions and associations; organizing cultural, educational activities and events related to the artistic and creative activities of each participant.

Born from an idea by Iole Pellion di Persano, the project is curated by a team composed by Camilla Ferrero, Costanza Hardouin, Silvia Pennetta and Alessandra Villa.⁣ Recontemporary is located in the historical centre of Turin, right next to Mole Antonelliana – venue of the National Cinema Museum and symbol of the city.

Recontemporary

Karol Sudolski, You Are My Anchor Point

Karol Sudolski, You Are My Anchor Point

Akasha VisualArt Open Call Glitch

Ikigai Media

Elena Bellantoni

Gianluca Iadema, UN_I[N]VERSO

Rebecca Salvadori

Recontemporary

Recontemporary

WORKSHOP | The Alternative Atelier – Driant Zeneli
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