These artists are joining our programme this year, which includes a series of activities offline and online, such as tutoring sessions, showcasing, and takeovers.
Meet the talents from CAMERA:
Camilla Ferrari is an Italian multimedia storyteller based in Milan, Italy. Her work, which mixes stills and vertical moving images, focuses on the emotional and physical relationship between human beings and their surroundings while reflecting on perception and the power of silence.
Camillo Pasquarelli is mostly interested in personal and long-term projects through the combination of the anthropological approach and the photographic medium. In the last five years, he has been working in the valley of Kashmir, India, at first documenting the political conflict between the population and the Indian administration, and later trying to explore a more personal and oneiric approach to the issue.
Giovanna Petrocchi is an Italian photographer based in London. By combining personal photographs with found imagery and hand-made collages with 3d printing processes, Giovanna creates imaginary landscapes inspired by surrealist paintings, virtual realities and ancient cultures. Influenced by museum displays and catalogues, Giovanna populates these landscapes with her own collection of surreal artefacts. The received view of ancient objects is deliberately distorted. A recurrent feature of her work is the juxtaposition of futuristic and primordial scenarios and the combination of historical and fictional elements.
Marco Schiavone(b. 1990) grew up in the region of the Susa Valley, in Italy. He studied at theAccademia di Belle Arti di Cuneo. In 2015, he co-founded the Spaziobuonasera,an artist-run space in Turin. His artistic research is focused on the study ofthe image and the memory. In his work, he experiments with sculptures and largeformat installations.
Marina Caneve is a photographer working within an interdisciplinary approach. In her work, she addresses the issues of vulnerability, environmental, social and cultural, and the construction of knowledge through the visual arts. She is co-founder of CALAMITA/À (2013-ongoing), a research platform focusing on the topics of catastrophes, changes, memories and politics. CALAMITA/Á has born researching the Vajont story (1963) and it involves a group of international artists. Since 2019 she teaches at Master IUAV in Photography.