Open studio and panel discussion
with artists-in-residence Claudia Amatruda and Sara Papini
17.05.24, h. 16 – 22

at Parsec

On May 17, starting at 4 p.m., Parsec presents the research of Parsec Residency and Parsec Residency/Arts & Ecologies winners Sara Papini and Claudia Amatruda.

4 – 6:30 p.m. Open studio
6:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. Panel discussion with artists Claudia Amatruda and Sara Papini

Claudia Amatruda (1995, Foggia) is a visual artist living and working 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. From 2021 to the present his project When you hear hoofbeats think of horses, not zebras is exhibited in Italy, Greece, France, Holland and England. In 2022 she won the Special Mention for the Emerging Photography section of the Francesco Fabbri Prize. According to Il Giornale dell’Arte she is among the 30 artists under 30 in 2023, and in the same year she works as a studio assistant to artist Francesco Jodice. She is currently among the finalists for the Luigi Ghirri Prize and exhibited her work Good Use of My Bad Health at the Fotografia Europea 2024 Festival.

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.

Admission up to you or with Parsec membership card.