Aequusol (Pollinaria)

Residency

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In his cohesion with Pollinaria, Perletta takes the slowness, cyclic nature, and seemingly indecipherability of the vegetal realm to drastically expand the capacity of artwork through time. The body of work will reveal itself over an extended period of time (a solar year) by means of a series of sonic interventions, challenging participants to question their embodied experience within a natural context.

Aequusol Manifesto

In AESTAS MMXX, under the influence of Potamon fluviatile, Pollinaria continues its investigation of the human’s embedded perspective within nature. Collapsing coordinates corresponding to intimate connections, drawing attention to dimensions of mythology, practice, and curiosity, Pollinaria seeks to engage a primordial rhythm revealing an index of place, where the human can observe itself entangled within the fabric of nature.

Recipients of the keys sent from Pollinaria will enter portals of deep consideration, following paths of inquiry led by researchers from the realm of nature. The confluence of this knowledge seeking process and renewed observation gathers at a sonic intervention by artist Fabio Perletta. Pollinaria features researcher of wilderness Beatrice Capone, artist Harriet Matzdorf, historian, writer, and co-founder of CTRL Books Alessandro Monaci who will present recent titles with director Nicola Feninno.

In the year 2020, Pollinaria launches a distinctive participatory experience to mark the passage of seasons: decoding the data of the landscape to investigate future rural perspectives. Focusing on the scientific, ritualistic, sonic and textual elements that shape currents of cultivated and wild activity, the local community will join agricultural and arts practitioners in speculating rural potential.

Aequusol, combines latin words to describe the emergence of dawn and its departure from night at the equilibrial axis that parts rest and activity, a moment of energetic stasis. Aequusol uses these four transitional points of the year to center the activities that are constantly occurring and fluctuating in value here at Pollinaria. Each celestial episode is totemically represented by a mythological entity blurred into reality and history by it’s fantam-like presence across the particular landscape as well as the region.


Materials

First Instalment: I FIORI (the flowers)
4 buried speakers (2 asynchronous compositions)

Sounds: broken branches, falling stones, voices

Exhibition History

Forest
Pollinaria, Civitella Casanova (IT)

Aequusol, AESTAS MMXX
21 June 2020


 

 

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