März 2018
16.03.2018 -
2018 / 201803 / 201804 / Ausstellung
A proposition by
Donatella Bernardi
for Corner College:
From Abdizuel to Zymeloz

Donatella Bernardi

April 2018
2018 / 201804 / Ausstellung
Event: Donatella Bernardi
From Abdizuel to Zymeloz
A Dependency Relationship: Does Feminism Need Separatism and / or Art?

Donatella Bernardi, Laura Iamurri, Quinn Latimer, Federica Martini, Angela Marzullo

Mai 2018
05.05.2018 -
2018 / 201805 / Ausstellung
Hinterland, Part 1
The eyes of the lighthouse

Cliona Harmey, Monica Ursina Jäger, Salvatore Vitale, VOLUMES
2018 / 201805 / Buchvernissage / website launch
Book + Web Launch
Æther #1: Flughafen Kloten: Anatomie eines komplizierten Ortes


Juni 2018
02.06.2018 -
2018 / 201806 / Ausstellung
Hinterland, Part 2
Blood as a rover

Jürgen Baumann, Gregory Collavini, David Jacques, Tuula Närhinen, Claudia Stöckli, VOLUMES

Saturday, 21.10.2017


2017 / 201710 / Diskussion / Performance / Screening
Guest event: Le Foyer Conversation XLXI
Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo
Appunti del passaggio and an Occasional Accent: Storia di storie

Gioia Dal Molin, Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo

Guest event: Le Foyer Conversation XLXI

Appunti del passaggio and an Occasional Accent: Storia di storie

A (performative) evening with Maria Iorio, Raphaël Cuomo and Alessandra Eramo

Performance, screening (43’15 min, Italian, English subtitles) and discussion

Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo’s film Appunti del passaggio (2014–16) reconstructs forgotten episodes related to migration from the South to the North of Europe in the 1960s. For tonight’s event the artists further developed a performance-based discussion in collaboration with the performer Alessandra Eramo, which will serve as an introduction to the screening. By investigating how the risk of contamination has been used as a strategy to control immigration and the legality of border crossing, the artists retrace the trajectories of some of those who made the passage, unfolding first-hand accounts that manifest a counter-memory of migration from southern Italy to Switzerland during the post-war ‘economic miracle’. Through a series of a series of transitions – from storytelling to listening, from one language to another – the artists raise questions in regards to the widespread perception of migrants as ‘abject’ bodies while concentrating on the biopolitical apparatuses that shape subjectivity and collective experience.


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