CURA.

IVANA BASIC: PASSING THROUGH THE INTANGIBLE

For her new body of work, currently in production, Bašić explores the process of metamorphosis, wherein her sculptures undergo a series of transformations: from material to immaterial; from organic to inorganic; from human to insectile and from ground-bound matter into pure idealism. Text by Courtney Malick
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HITO STEYERL

Beginning with the premise that ‘’’power’’ is the necessary condition for any digital technology’, Steyerl considers the multiple meanings of the word, including electrical currents, the ecological powers of plants or natural elements, and the complex networks of authority that shape our environments. Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London
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THAN HUSSEIN CLARK

The time of the representation becomes a syncopated time, quoting the classical Renaissance layout in which consecutive actions were shown in a linear sequence, but also to a certain movie-inspired approach in which the sense of reality gives way to the space-temporal construction of the film. KURA. c/o FONDERIA ARTISTICA BATTAGLIA
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YVES SCHERER. BOY

Yves Scherer’s work, produced in the Fonderia, testifies a new evolution of the artist’s research addressing the archetypes of masculinity and childhood, through an effort that combines technology, mechanics and the ancient technique of lost-wax bronze casting. KURA. C/O FONDERIA ARTISTICA BATTAGLIA
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Istituto Svizzero, Rome
Perrotin, Hong Kong
NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona
Le Grand Café, Saint-Nazaire
Gió Marconi, Milan
Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich
cover by Ryan McNamara
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FABRICE’S HOME

The valley is for me a place of constant learning and, as an obvious consequence, a place to produce my work and actions: it makes me aware of the possibilities of life, and I am always exploring its limits. I always need to get back to it. It is a model that many can appreciate, simply by sharing it. Fabrice Hyber in conversation with Chiara Parisi
Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como
Peres Project, Berlin
Thomas Dane Gallery, London
T293, Rome
ISCP, New York
Text by Ceci Moss