Taxi, Film, and Re-Painting

Taxi, Film, and Re-Painting

Gallery On The Move

Anri Sala, Dogs That Run After Formula One Cars, 2007. 4 colour photographs on dibond, audio CD, 5 taxi cards, 50 x 40 cm each. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
October 19, 2017

October 23–November 20, 2017
Erratum, Via Doria 20, Milan
Erik Bunger, Maya Dikstein, Nico Dockx, Khaled Hafez, Christopher Milne, Haroon Mirza, Bruno Muzzolini, Ferhat Ozgur, Steve Piccolo, Damien Roach, Anri Sala, Artan Shabani, Bert Theis, Josephine Turalba, Danielle Van Ark, Helidon Xhixha, Shingo Yoshida, Fani Zguro

October 23–November 20, 2017
Accademia di Brera, Via Brera 28, Milan
Erik Bunger, Johan Grimonprez, Dorit Margreiter, Anri Sala, Shingo Yoshida, Akram Zaatari, Fani Zguro

October 23–November 20, 2017
Isola Art Center, Via Pepe 14, Milan  
Ivan Argote, Francisco Camacho, Bruno Muzzolini, Ferhat Ozgur, Steve Piccolo, Rea Xhillari, Fani Zguro 

Taxi is an ongoing site-specific project that takes place inside a taxi… Every artist was invited to propose a sound piece to be played within the car. Taxi originates from Anri Sala’s, consisting of a soundtrack CD, where sounds of Formula One cars are heard along the barking of stray dogs. The presentation of Sala’s soundtrack is done in different taxies around the world, from Frankfurt to Miami. The project is also accompanied by business cards that help establish direct contact with the taxi driver. Anyone interested can order the cab by calling the number on the card and ask the taxi driver to turn on the sound project for the duration of the trip.

Film consists in improvising a cinema/lecture space within the premises of the Accademia di Brera in collaboration with Bruno Muzzolini ‘s Digital Video Class.  In this occasion, the films shown here are a selection of the tour screening “All About These … Ladies and Gentlemen” (2013–16).

Re-Painting originates from Isola Art Center’s Verde Permanente/Permanent Green project. Verde Permanente/Permanent Green was an project conceived in various friendly venues that, after the gallery’s original space was torn down alongside the Stecca degli Artigiani, have agreed to host the Center through a network of mutual support. Verde Permanente/Permanent Green thus hits the road, using over twenty shop shutters to display art projects, in cooperation with other international art centers. 

Special thanks to Mariette Schiltz, Sergio Armaroli, Steve Piccolo, Bruno Muzzolini, Helidon Xhixha, Anri Sala, Johan Grimonprez, Zapomatik 

Erratum: T +39333 9692237 / erratumemme [​at​]
Accademia di Brera: T +3902869551 / accademia [​at​]
Isola Art Center: T +393397819346 / info [​at​]

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