November 16, 2019 - Zuecca Projects - “Noise and the Possibility of a Future”
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November 16, 2019

Zuecca Projects

Warren Neidich, Cruise (still), 2019. Video, 10:10 minutes. Courtesy of the artist.

“Noise and the Possibility of a Future”
November 20–23, 2019

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Zuecca Projects is happy to announce “Noise and the Possibility of a Future,” a four-day happening consisting of lectures, sound works, workshops and performances taking place at different locations in Venice, and focused on the cultural and political potentialities of noise.

Initiated in collaboration with Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello, AplusA Gallery and bruno, “Noise and the Possibility of a Future” celebrates and accompanies Warren Neidich´s solo exhibition Rumor to Delusion which is currently on view at the Zuecca Project Space as part of the Venice Biennale.

Participants include: Antonia Alampi, Mathieu Copeland, Marica Denora, Satch Hoyt, Colin Lang, Giovanni Mancuso, Ilaria Margherita Mannoni, Charles T. Wolfe and Warren Neidich.

 

Event schedule

November 20
Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello, S. Marco 2810, 5th floor

11am–1pm
The Materiality of (Un)remarkable Realities

Live performance: Scoring the Tweets by Warren Neidich with the participation of performers Giovanni Mancuso, Satch Hoyt, Cecilia Vendrasco, Nabila Santos, Claudia Graziadei. Duration: 25 minutes.

Lecture: “From Warren Neidich’s Scoring the Tweets to Kenneth Goldsmith’s The Hillary Clinton Emails,” with Mathieu Copeland, curator.

2:30–5pm
From Untuning to Unlearning: Noise and the Polyphonic Possibility

Video screening: Untuning of Three Steinway Pianos at Three Times During the Day by Warren Neidich. Duration: 23 minutes.

Lectures: “Mayhem, Disorder, Disturbance: Noise as a Structural Principle in Music” with Colin Lang, Senior Editor at Texte Zur Kunst, and: “Noise and Autoaffection: Retuning the Neural Architecture” with Warren Neidich, Director and Founder of the Saas Fee Summer Institute of Art.

Live performance: Composition for Piano Tuners by Giovanni Mancuso and Warren Neidich. Duration: 12 minutes. Followed by the lecture: “Afro-Sonic Mapping,” with Satch Hoyt, artist, composer and musician.

5:30–7pm
The Ecology of Dissonance

Video screening of Cruise by Warren Neidich followed by a panel discussion led by Marica Denora, project manager of Zuecca Projects and founder of The PhotoPhore, and Ilaria Margherita Mannoni, curator and founder of Wabi Sabi, with the association Venice Calls.
 

November 21
AplusA Gallery, San Marco 3073, Venice 30124, Italy

Private workshop: “Performing the Statisticon Diagram” curated by Ilaria Margherita Mannoni, with artist Warren Neidich for the students from the School for Curatorial Studies, Venice.

5:30pm
Public presentation


November 22
bruno, Dorsoduro 2729

6–8pm
Book launch: The Glossary of Cognitive Activism, a conversation with Warren Neidich and Charles T. Wolfe, by Warren Neidich and Archive Books, comments by Charles T. Wolfe.

Followed by a talk at 6:30pm with the participation of Warren Neidich and Charles T. Wolfe, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice.


November 23
Zuecca Project Space, Giudecca 33

​4–7pm
Live performance: Rehearsal, by Warren Neidich with the participation of performers Nabila Santos, Claudia Graziadei, Ana Carolina, Francisco Bois and Lucas Lopes. Duration: 15 minutes.

Performative lecture: “Performing the Pizzagate Neon” by Warren Neidich, with the participation of performers Giovanni Mancuso, Satch Hoyt, Cecilia Vendrasco, Nabila Santos, Claudia Graziadei. Duration: 45 minutes. Followed by a talk with Antonia Alampi, exhibition curator.

Finissage cocktail.

Free entrance to all events

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