On Thursday, Dec. 14 at 6:30 p.m., Irene Cassarini, winner of the PARSEC RESIDENCY/MOVING IMAGE program, will open their research to a collective critique.

The CRIT is in fact a moment in which the artists open themselves to a confrontation with the public who will be able to express their point of view by building an opportunity for shared analysis. Each CRIT is open to all and lasts 45 minutes.

Cassarini’s practice spans audiovisual installations, 3D graphics and digital art, immersive performance, video mapping and DJing. They are inspired by internet trends and queer culture.
During the Crit they will present what has developed so far during the first months of the residency.

Irene Cassarini is a music producer, DJ, visual artist and independent researcher. Throughout their career, they have developed audio and video works that address personal, political and social issues, expressing them through the creative use of digital devices. They are inspired by Internet trends, queer culture and digital art. Under the pseudonym Guenter Raler, Irene has debuted at several prestigious festivals and in 2021, they were selected among the twelve participants at the European Female DJ Summit in Copenhagen.

12.14.2023 6:30 p.m.

Graphic design by the students of the graphic design course of the Liceo artistico Arcangeli high school in Bologna.