New Crit on Wednesday 10 July at 6.30 pm with Claudia Amatruda, winner of the PARSEC RESIDENCY/ART & ECOLOGIES programme

The CRIT is a moment in which the artist opens themselves up to a collective critique and confrontation with the public, who will be able to express their point of view by constructing an opportunity for shared analysis. Each CRIT is open to all and lasts 45 minutes, structured in a first part in which the artist may not intervene and a second part in which they may actively participate.

Claudia Amatruda (1995, Foggia) is a visual artist who lives and works in Bologna. Her work focuses on the representation of the body through photography and video installations, addressing social issues supported by research on scientific and literary texts. Since 2021 her project When you hear hoofbeats think of horses, not zebras has been exhibited in Italy, Greece, France, Holland and England. In 2022 he won the Special Mention for the Emerging Photography section of the Premio Francesco Fabbri. According to Il Giornale dell’Arte he is among the 30 artists under 30 in 2023, and in the same year he works as a studio assistant to artist Francesco Jodice. He is currently among the finalists for the Luigi Ghirri Prize and exhibited his work Good Use of My Bad Health at the Fotografia Europea 2024 Festival.

10.07.2024 6.30 p.m.

Admission up to you or with Parsec membership card.