On Thursday, June 13, at 6:30 p.m., Sara Papini will open her research to a collective critique and confrontation with the public, building an opportunity for shared analysis.

Each CRIT is open to everyone and has a duration of 45 minutes. The crit is structured with a first part in which the artist is not allowed to intervene and a second part in which he/she/ they participate actively.

Papini’s research focuses on two often complementary hemispheres. On the one hand the investigation of contemporary visual and video art, and on the other the application of gender studies and queer theory to contemporary television series and entertainment programs.

Sara Papini (1994, Genoa) lives in Bologna, the city where she graduated from CITEM with a thesis on video art and feminism. She currently works in the world of events in the production sector–creativity department–and is a devotee of the subject of Visual Studies at UNIBO with Silvia Grandi. She writes for several art magazines including Juliet Art Magazine and Cantiere Bologna, and has been following two Emilian video art festivals for several years: Ibrida and Videoart Yearbook. A clueless art curator, queer transfeminist activist, she hopes to do research for life.

06/13/2024 6:30 pm.

Admission is up to you or with a Parsec card.

Photo credit: Elisabetta Di Sopra, quando vi sarĂ  qualcuno in grado di correggermi