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THE SOLITUDE PLAYLIST #05
Stay safe, stay home and listen to good music.

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CURA. continues its journey with the fifth chapter of THE SOLITUDE PLAYLIST for these lockdown period.

This time the tracks are chosen by Meriem Bennani, Julie Boukobza, Attilia Fattori Franchini, Kris Lemsalu, Nancy Lupo, Laura McLean Ferris, Ryan McNamara, Pakui Hardware, Hannah Perry.

As introduction and conclusion of THE SOLITUDE PLAYLIST #05 a special selection from the classics by Helen Marten and Than Hussein Clark.

You can listen to THE SOLITUDE PLAYLIST #05 on SPOTIFY and SOUNDCLOUD

INSIGHT
Helen Marten. Nisi Dominus - Cum Dederit by Andreas Scholl. Antonio Vivaldi.
Meriem Bennani. Kaneda by Geinoh Yamashirogumi
Laura McLean Ferris. Sunset by Roxy Music
Julie Boukobza. It’s My house by Diana Ross + Everyday I write a book by Elvis Costello
Pakui Hardware. Subway by Thick Pigeon
Ryan McNamara. Hold Me by Fleetwood Mac
Kris Lemsalu. Coconut by Harry Nilsson
Nancy Lupo. I’m Not in Love by Kelsey Lu
Attilia Fattori Franchini. Zombie by Fela Kuti
Hannah Perry. Gameday Continues by Sporting Life
Than Hussein Clark. Sonatina Fragmentaria by Paul Bowles.

OTHER EXTRA
Portrait
from November 16th to 22nd
FW 20-21
by Eddie Peake, Proscenium, Agatha and DJ Nailpolish
In a parallelism between the artistic dimension and the real world, Petrit Halilaj’s piece Shkrepëtima (2018) becomes the stage of a performance built around the figure of a dreamer, involving a dreamlike, ritual and propitiatory set up to address the rebirth and resurrection of the House of Culture of the city of Runik in Kosovo, therefore restored to its original function. It is a dream within a dream. Petrit Halilaj’s work, withdrawn from the exhibition, tells of a dream which has yet to come true.
Enjoy your summer break, feel free, be prudent, and listen to good music.
FULL-TIME / PART-TIME JOB & INTERNSHIP
In a period of transition, loss of horizons, rethinking of known schemes and expectations, between trying to catch up with digital acceleration and dealing with a content overload, CURA. translates the vocabulary indicative of this new decade by republishing a thoughtful selection of contributions from its archive.