Barbara Casavecchia

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The 2019/20 issue of The Serving Library Annual is entirely devoted to the late Italian designer, artist, inventor and polymath Bruno Munari. The core of the annual is the first English translation of Obvious Code, the 1971 collection of Munari‘s own writings, sketches and poems about his own work, published by arrangement with Corraini, who issued the book’s anastatic edition in 2017. It includes iconic design objects such as the Abitacolo, ground-breaking artworks such as his 1952 series of hand-made projection slides, and little known rhymes about the art market, as well as an original piece from his “unreadable books” ...
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This episode is based on a lecture by Barbara Casavecchia, who is a writer, curator, educator based in Milan, and currently mentor of the Ocean Fellowship at Ocean Space, Venice, for TBA21–Academy. She is advocating for an embodied and entangled art and politics as found in her recent experience working within a set of queer and trans-feminist archives and collectives in Milan. A written version of her lecture has been published on artsoftheworkingclass.org
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In this episode Mayra A. Rodríguez Castro gives her lecture Hyena Days, in which she considers ideas and forms of fragment, continuance, colonial violence, and archive in the work of her chosen ancestors, particularly the exemplary work and life of the Black American lesbian poet and activist Audre Lorde. Her contribution is followed by a conversation with Italian writer, curator and educator Barbara Casavecchia, Quinn Latimer, and Chus Martínez.
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This episode is based on a panel discussion with Sonia Fernández Pan, Martina-Sofie Wildberger, Barabara Casavecchia, Chus Martínez, and Quinn Latimer. Sonia Fernández Pan is a (in)dependent curator who researches and writes through art and, since 2011, is the author of esnorquel, a personal project in the form of an online archive with podcasts, texts, and written conversations. She currently hosts the podcast series Feminism Under Corona and Corona Under the Ocean produced by the Art Institute and TBA21–Academy. Martina-Sofie Wildberger is a performance artist working on the power of language, alternative ways of communicating, and the relationship between scribality ...

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