Appuntamento a ora insolita, 2017

Appuntamento a ora insolita, nº 0
Luglio 2017

Un foglio a cura di Luca Musacchio
Disegno grafico di David Brodsky

Contributi di Andrea Lanini, Cesare Pietroiusti, Mattia Pellegrini, Enkelejd Doja, Giancarlo Norese, Emilio Fantin, Luca Musacchio, Francesco Nordio, Marco Fellini

Per proposte, critiche e collaborazioni scrivere a orainsolita (at) gmail (dot) com

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Appuntamento a ora insolita, no. 0
July 2017

A folio edited by Luca Musacchio
Graphic design by David Brodsky

Including contributions by Andrea Lanini, Cesare Pietroiusti, Mattia Pellegrini, Enkelejd Doja, Giancarlo Norese, Emilio Fantin, Luca Musacchio, Francesco Nordio, Marco Fellini

For proposals, critics and collaborations write to orainsolita (at) gmail (dot) com

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riss(e) fanzine no. 7, 2017

riss(e) fanzine n. 7, 2017
graphich design Domenico Antonio Mancini

see issuu.com

riss(e) is an artist-run space directed by Ermanno Cristini, and together with Yellow, surplace and Anonima Kunsthalle is part of Zentrum, a network for research in the contemporary arts based in Varese, Italy

riss(e) no. 6, October 2016, graphic design Gianluca Codeghini
riss(e) no. 5, October 2015, graphic design òbelo (Claude Marzotto, Maya Sambonet)
riss(e) no. 4, November 2014, graphic design Zoe De Luca and Alice Zani
riss(e) no. 3, March 2013, graphic design Alessandro Di Pietro
riss(e) no. 2, September 2013, graphic design Mattia Fontanella
riss(e) no. 1, March 2012, graphic design Ermanno Cristini
riss(e) no. 0, September 2012, graphic design Giancarlo Norese

Enfance, 2015

Enfance, by Giulio Lacchini and Giancarlo Norese, Sputnik Editions, Bratislava 2015
A double artist’s book about childhood

Enfance was born to remember us the faculty of “bringing visions into focus with our eyes shut”, as we did in a remote time, still fruitful and alive, when thinking in terms of images was more spontaneous.

It was a “possible pedagogy of the imagination that would accustom us to control our own inner vision without suffocating it or letting it fall (…) into confused, ephemeral daydreams, but would enable the images to crystallize into a well-defined, memorable, and self-sufficient form, the icastic form.”
(Excerpts from Italo Calvino, Six Memos for the Next Millennium: Visibility, 1985–1986).

16+16 pages plus paper container, offset print, edition of 100
148×194 mm
ISBN: 978-80-970894-2-9
available here

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Enfance, by Giulio Lacchini and Giancarlo Norese, Sputnik Editions, Bratislava 2015
Un doppio libro sull’infanzia

Enfance è nato per mettere a fuoco “visioni a occhi chiusi” da un periodo passato, ancora vivo e fecondo, quando pensare per immagini era più spontaneo.

È stata, per noi, una possibilità pedagogica dell’immaginazione, abituando “la nostra visione interiore a muoversi senza essere soffocata e senza lasciarla cadere in un confuso fantasticare, permettendo che le immagini si cristallizzassero in forme definite, autosufficienti e icastiche.”
(Tratto liberamente da Italo Calvino, Visibilità, Lezioni americane, 1985/1986).

16+16 pagg. più contenitore in cartoncino, stampa offset, edizione di 100, non numerata
148×194 mm
Sputnik Editions, Bratislava 2015
ISBN: 978-80-970894-2-9
disponibile qui

Besides, it’s always the others who die, 2014

Emilio Fantin, Luigi Negro, Giancarlo Norese, Cesare Pietroiusti, Luigi Presicce (eds.), Besides, it’s always the others who die

This book, whose title is the epitaph on Marcel Duchamp’s tombstone, is one of several initiatives that we have developed around the theme of death, starting from “The Celebration of the Living (who reflect upon death).”

We have proposed turning the traditional November 2nd celebration, the “Day of the Dead,” into a new holiday. For the first edition of this celebration, in 2010, we invited those who were interested to be part of a pilgrimage, probably the shortest and slowest in the world, that departed from its destination (rather than arriving at it): Lu Cafausu in San Cesario di Lecce.

Lu Cafausu is a mysterious small building, an architectural remnant that we have elected as a source of metaphors and narratives. It is “an imaginary place that really exists.” It taught us that coincidences are meaningless if taken as mere coincidences: only when you are aware of connections can you become free to open yourself to their mystery, to their truth, or, rather, to their multiple, inextricable, and fragile truths. And then, after all, as it happens, it’s always us who die.

Including contributions by Emilio Fantin, Luigi Negro, Giancarlo Norese, Cesare Pietroiusti, Luigi Presicce, Sara Alberani, Lisa Batacchi, Marco Benincasa, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Sarah Ciracì, Irene Coppola, Gianluca Marinelli, Luca Musacchio, Caterina Pecchioli, Mattia Pellegrini, Davide Ricco, Roberto Tenace, Ayreen Anastas, Rene Gabri, Stefan Banz, Francesca Marianna, Adrian Paci, Antonella Rizzo, Giorgio Rizzo, Franco Vaccari, Francesco Lauretta, and anonymous friends.

Published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Vienna,
and Kunsthalle Marcel Duchamp, Cully — KMD N° 15, 2014

English
Hardcover, 14×11 cm, 116 pages, ill., color and b/w
ISBN 978-3-86984-080-2
available here

new (art) order, 2013

a certain number of books, 2: new (art) order.

Un libro a fumetti, una parodia del mondo dell’arte milanese (con alieni): abbiamo commissionato a due giovani scrittori una sceneggiatura che sarebbe stata in seguito illustrata da 12 diversi autori. Non volevamo invitare dei cartoonist professionali, ma piuttosto degli artisti visivi che usano spesso il disegno nella loro pratica.

Abbiamo suddiviso la storia in dodici parti, chiedendo a ogni artista di disegnare due tavole a fronte in modo tale che lo stile del disegno cambiasse ogni due pagine, mentre si sfoglia il libro. Come se ci fossero diversi attori che interpretano i personaggi dello stesso racconto.

Disegni di Cuoghi Corsello, Luca Bertolo, Olinsky, Cesare Biratoni, Alvise Bittente, Eva Marisaldi, Pierluigi Calignano, Lisa Rampilli, Marco Vaglieri, Giuliano Guatta, Daniele Giunta, Anna Hilti.
Storia di Maurizio Temporin, Igor Della Libera.

Giancarlo Norese e Luca Scarabelli (a cura di): “new (art) order.”
40 pagg., 14,8×21 cm, brossura, stampa digitale in b/n, copertina a colori
Inglese (testo introduttivo) e italiano (fumetti)
Prima edizione, febbraio 2013: 120 copie, non numerate
disponibile qui

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A comic-book, a parody about the milanese artworld (with e.t. aliens): we commissioned two young novelists to write a story that will be illustrated by 12 different artists. We didn’t want to invite professional cartoonists, but rather some visual artists who often use the technique of drawing in their art practice.

We split the story in twelve parts, asking each artist to draw a couple of pages, so that it is one story, but when you leaf through the book every 2 pages has different drawings, as if there were different actors working at the same script.

With drawings by Cuoghi Corsello, Luca Bertolo, Olinsky, Cesare Biratoni, Alvise Bittente, Eva Marisaldi, Pierluigi Calignano, Lisa Rampilli, Marco Vaglieri, Giuliano Guatta, Daniele Giunta, Anna Hilti.
Script by Maurizio Temporin, Igor Della Libera.

Giancarlo Norese and Luca Scarabelli (ed. by): “new (art) order.”
40 pages, 14.8×21 cm, glue binding, b/w digital, color cover
English (introductory text) and Italian (comics)
First edition, February 2013: 120 copies, unnumbered
available here

mooon, 2012

a certain number of books, 1: mooon.

Erano le 4,56 (ora italiana) di un mattino d’estate: il 21 luglio 1969 (negli USA è ancora il 20), Neil Armstrong metteva piede sulla Luna (forse). Un piede all’inizio, poche cose più tardi. Oggetto: Cose personali abbandonate dagli astronauti.
Abbiamo chiesto a 22 autori di mandarci cose da lasciare sulla luna.

Interventi di Aldo Mozzini, Alessandra Spranzi, Alessandro Rolandi, Alice Cattaneo, Andrea Nacciarriti, Bohdan Stehlik & Una Szeemann, Elio Grazioli, Goran Petercol, Irina Gheorge & Alina Popa, Jenny Perlin, Jiří Kovanda, Joseph Del Pesco, Linda Fregni Nagler, Luca Francesconi, Marco Neri, Michele Robecchi, Oppy De Bernardo, Petra Feriancova, Simona Denicolai & Ivo Provoost, Umberto Cavenago, Vincenzo Cabiati, Vincenzo Latronico.

Giancarlo Norese e Luca Scarabelli (a cura di): “mooon”
40 pagg., 14,8×21 cm, brossura, stampa digitale in b/n, copertina a colori
Inglese
Prima edizione, giugno 2012: 60 copie, non numerate (esaurito);
Seconda edizione, settembre 2012: 60 copie, non numerate
disponibile qui

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It was 04.56 (Italian time) of a summer morning. July 21, 1969 (still the 20th in the US) and Neil Armstrong was setting foot on the Moon (maybe). One foot at the beginning, and few things later. Subject: personal belongings left behind by astronauts.
We asked 22 authors to send us items to be left on the Moon.

Including contributions by Aldo Mozzini, Alessandra Spranzi, Alessandro Rolandi, Alice Cattaneo, Andrea Nacciarriti, Bohdan Stehlik & Una Szeemann, Elio Grazioli, Goran Petercol, Irina Gheorge & Alina Popa, Jenny Perlin, Jiří Kovanda, Joseph Del Pesco, Linda Fregni Nagler, Luca Francesconi, Marco Neri, Michele Robecchi, Oppy De Bernardo, Petra Feriancova, Simona Denicolai & Ivo Provoost, Umberto Cavenago, Vincenzo Cabiati, Vincenzo Latronico.

Giancarlo Norese and Luca Scarabelli (ed. by): “mooon”
40 pages, 14.8×21 cm, glue binding, b/w digital, color cover
English
First edition, June 2012: 60 copies, unnumbered (sold out);
Second edition, September 2012: 60 copies, unnumbered
available here