Istituto Svizzero is pleased to present “Softest Hard”, a performance work by Milan based artist Enrico Boccioletti.
Sleep is lifetime in reverse, a space where life-stream both rejuvenates and interrupts, the negative which daytime action develops from.
You are always at work when you become the work. Set up the business of your own self-centeredness: sensitivity as both source and target market.
The hustle of being always present.
Text by Enrico Boccioletti.
Curated by Georgia Stellin
Enrico Boccioletti (b. 1984, Pesaro) is a transdisciplinary artist whose practice is mainly focused on (non)-human conditionality and the consequences of technology encountering one’s intimacy, investigating structures of empathy possibly existing in-between and beyond verbal communication, representation of the self in the digital realm, and the ghostly forces embedded in informational turmoil.
Recent appearances, among many others, include: MAXXI, Rome; ZKM, Karlsruhe; OGR, Turin; La Quadriennale di Roma; La Plage, Paris; Parco Arte Vivente, Turin; Material, Mexico City; Operativa, Rome; Carroll/Fletcher, London; Live Arts Week, MAMbo, Bologna.
On the same evening please join us for Renée Levi’s opening reception “Allora”