The talk will be held in English at Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea (FPAC) gallery, via Vittorio Emanuele 303, Palermo.
Free entrance, no previous registration required.
Adaline Anobile talks about FLOUES/Rêvé, the project deepened during her residency in Palermo at Istituto Svizzero.
Some things can be grasped in a flash while others call for different temporalities. There is the time of waves and the time of mountains. Focused, fleeting, sharp or dreamy, qualities of attention affect what and how we see. Can rhythm give access to other ways of seeing and relating with what we see? The term vision is both the manner in which something is seen, the faculty of sight and a mystical experience. FLOUES/Rêvé questions how vision happens in the midst of things – situated, rhythmical, changing and uncertain.
With the support of Fondation pour l’Art Nestlé.
Adaline Anobile (1981) is a performance artist and choreographer. She completed an MA in Textile Design at La Cambre Visual Arts School of Brussels and received an MA in Choreography from the National Choreographic Center of Montpellier. Her recent works include See that My Grave is Kept Clean, presented at the far° festival in Nyon. She has been a Palermo Calling 2020 Fellow, and she focused on the notion of dream and clairvoyance to create new forms of imagery.