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Looking at our times through the prism of the moving image.

 

At Fondazione In Between Art Film, we foster dialogues between video, cinema, and performance, supporting artists and institutions whose visions cross the boundaries between creative disciplines.

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Sneak peek from “Acumulação Primitiva” (2024), the new film we commissioned to Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado for the exhibition #NebulaVenice

“Nebula” is a new group exhibition opening to the public on April 17, 2024, at the Complesso dell’Ospedaletto on the occasion of the 60th International Art Exhibition, @labiennale di Venezia

Curated by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi—respectively artistic director and curator at Fondazione In Between Art Film—the show features eight new site-specific video installations commissioned to Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (1983, Cyprus/1983, U.S.A.), Giorgio Andreotta Calò (1979, Italy), Saodat Ismailova (1981, Uzbekistan), Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado (1974, Brazil/1973, Brazil), Diego Marcon (1985, Italy), Basir Mahmood (1985, Pakistan/Netherlands), Ari Benjamin Meyers (1972, U.S.A.), and Christian Nyampeta

The exhibition concept is inspired by the phenomenon of fog as a material and metaphorical space where visual orientation is reduced, and different sensorial tools are required to produce and situate our understanding of what surrounds us

The works in “Nebula” touch upon a range of themes: the vastness of the landscape as the site of either loss or salvation; the architecture of memory, and the labyrinth of consciousness; music and voice as conduits of reclamation. They explore further forms of fragmentation: the tension between being and disappearing, and between living together and estrangement; the reverberation of History within individual lives; and the impact of economic and political forces on the environment and on people’s lives

“Nebula” will be open every day, except on Tuesdays, from h 10–18 (last admission at h 17:15), with free entry. Special opening hours: April 17–21, h 10–20

Excerpt from Cinthia Marcelle and #TiagoMataMachado, “Acumulação Primitiva”, 2024. Commissioned and produced by Fondazione In Between Art Film, and co-produced by @cuy.films, @ela.ltda, and Cinemari, for the exhibition Nebula, 2024. Courtesy of the artists; Fondazione In Between Art Film; and @galerialuisastrina

Typography by @lorenzomasonstudio
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Sneak peek from “Melted into the Sun” (2024), the new film we commissioned to Saodat Ismailova for the exhibition #NebulaVenice

“Nebula” is a new group exhibition opening to the public on April 17, 2024, at the Complesso dell’Ospedaletto on the occasion of the 60th International Art Exhibition, @labiennale di Venezia

Curated by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi—respectively artistic director and curator at Fondazione In Between Art Film—the show features eight new site-specific video installations commissioned to Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (1983, Cyprus/1983, U.S.A.), Giorgio Andreotta Calò (1979, Italy), Saodat Ismailova (1981, Uzbekistan), Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado (1974, Brazil/1973, Brazil), Diego Marcon (1985, Italy), Basir Mahmood (1985, Pakistan/Netherlands), Ari Benjamin Meyers (1972, U.S.A.), and Christian Nyampeta

The exhibition concept is inspired by the phenomenon of fog as a material and metaphorical space where visual orientation is reduced, and different sensorial tools are required to produce and situate our understanding of what surrounds us

The works in “Nebula” touch upon a range of themes: the vastness of the landscape as the site of either loss or salvation; the architecture of memory, and the labyrinth of consciousness; music and voice as conduits of reclamation. They explore further forms of fragmentation: the tension between being and disappearing, and between living together and estrangement; the reverberation of History within individual lives; and the impact of economic and political forces on the environment and on people’s lives

“Nebula” will be open every day, except on Tuesdays, from h 10–18 (last admission at h 17:15), with free entry. Special opening hours: April 17–21, h 10–20

Excerpt from Saodat Ismailova, “Melted into the Sun”, 2024. Commissioned and produced by Fondazione In Between Art Film, and co-produced by @batalhacentrodecinema. Courtesy of the artist, and Fondazione In Between Art Film

Typography by @lorenzomasonstudio
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Sneak peek from “Brown Bodies in an Open Landscape are Often Migrating” (2024), the new film we commissioned to Basir Mahmood for the exhibition #NebulaVenice

“Nebula” is a new group exhibition opening to the public on April 17, 2024, at the Complesso dell’Ospedaletto on the occasion of the 60th International Art Exhibition, @labiennale di Venezia

Curated by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi—respectively artistic director and curator at Fondazione In Between Art Film—the show features eight new site-specific video installations commissioned to Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (1983, Cyprus/1983, U.S.A.), Giorgio Andreotta Calò (1979, Italy), Saodat Ismailova (1981, Uzbekistan), Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado (1974, Brazil/1973, Brazil), Diego Marcon (1985, Italy), Basir Mahmood (1985, Pakistan/Netherlands), Ari Benjamin Meyers (1972, U.S.A.), and Christian Nyampeta

The exhibition concept is inspired by the phenomenon of fog as a material and metaphorical space where visual orientation is reduced, and different sensorial tools are required to produce and situate our understanding of what surrounds us

The works in “Nebula” touch upon a range of themes: the vastness of the landscape as the site of either loss or salvation; the architecture of memory, and the labyrinth of consciousness; music and voice as conduits of reclamation. They explore further forms of fragmentation: the tension between being and disappearing, and between living together and estrangement; the reverberation of History within individual lives; and the impact of economic and political forces on the environment and on people’s lives

“Nebula” will be open every day, except on Tuesdays, from h 10–18 (last admission at h 17:15), with free entry. Special opening hours: April 17–21, h 10–20

Excerpt from Basir Mahmood, “Brown Bodies in an Open Landscape are Often Migrating”, 2024. Commissioned and produced by Fondazione In Between Art Film, with additional support from the @mondriaanfonds. Courtesy of the artist, and Fondazione In Between Art Film

Typography by @lorenzomasonstudio
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We are delighted to announce that Jonathas de Andrade and Masbedo have been invited to @manifestabiennial 15 Barcelona 2024, which will be held from September 8 – November 24, 2024. Congratulations, Jonathas, and Niccolò and Iacopo!

Through the years, we have had the pleasure of supporting the practices of these brilliant artists in different capacities, from production to commission and acquisition:

• in 2020, we commissioned and produced #Masbedo’s film “Daily Routine” for #Mascarilla19 – Codes of Domestic Violence. With this project, we wanted to further the international debate on the dramatic issue of domestic abuse, which has been exacerbated by the long months of the COVID-19 emergency.

• in 2022, we commissioned and produced Jonathas de Andrade’s film “Olho da Rua” and Masbedo’s film “Pantelleria” on the occasion of #PenumbraVenice, our first institutional exhibition held at Complesso dell’Ospedaletto in Venice.

• in 2022, we also commissioned and produced #JonathasdeAndrade’s film “Nó na garganta” [Knot in the Throat] (2022) on the occasion of his participation in the Brazilian Pavilion at the @labiennale Arte 2022.

Image courtesy Manifesta

#Manifesta15
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Sneak peek from Giorgio Andreotta Calò’s new film “Nebula” (2024), which we commissioned for the exhibition #NebulaVenice

The new group exhibition “Nebula” will open to the public on April 17, 2024, at the Complesso dell’Ospedaletto on the occasion of the 60th International Art Exhibition, @labiennale di Venezia

Curated by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi—respectively artistic director and curator at Fondazione In Between Art Film—the show features eight new site-specific video installations commissioned to Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (1983, Cyprus/1983, U.S.A.), Giorgio Andreotta Calò (1979, Italy), Saodat Ismailova (1981, Uzbekistan), Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado (1974, Brazil/1973, Brazil), Diego Marcon (1985, Italy), Basir Mahmood (1985, Pakistan/Netherlands), Ari Benjamin Meyers (1972, U.S.A.), and Christian Nyampeta

The exhibition concept is inspired by the phenomenon of fog as a material and metaphorical space where visual orientation is reduced, and different sensorial tools are required to produce and situate our understanding of what surrounds us

The works in the show touch upon a range of themes: the vastness of the landscape as the site of either loss or salvation; the architecture of memory, and the labyrinth of consciousness; music and voice as conduits of reclamation. They explore further forms of fragmentation: the tension between being and disappearing, and between living together and estrangement; the reverberation of History within individual lives; and the impact of economic and political forces on the environment and on people’s lives

The exhibition will be open every day, except on Tuesdays, from h 10–18 (last admission at h 17:15), with free entry. Special opening hours: April 17–21, h 10–20

Excerpt from Giorgio Andreotta Calò, “Nebula”, 2024. Commissioned and produced by Fondazione In Between Art Film, and co-produced by Studio Giorgio Andreotta Calò for the exhibition Nebula, 2024. Courtesy of the artist, Fondazione In Between Art Film, @annetgelinkgallery, @galleriazero, and @sprovierilondon

Typography by @lorenzomasonstudio
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Sneak peek from the new adaptation of “Until we became fire and fire us” (2023–ongoing), which we commissioned to artists Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme for #NebulaVenice

“Nebula” is a new group exhibition opening to the public on April 17, 2024, at the Complesso dell’Ospedaletto on the occasion of the 60th International Art Exhibition, @labiennale di Venezia

Curated by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi—respectively artistic director and curator at Fondazione In Between Art Film—“Nebula” features eight new site-specific video installations commissioned to Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (1983, Cyprus/1983, U.S.A.), Giorgio Andreotta Calò (1979, Italy), Saodat Ismailova (1981, Uzbekistan), Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado (1974, Brazil/1973, Brazil), Diego Marcon (1985, Italy), Basir Mahmood (1985, Pakistan/Netherlands), Ari Benjamin Meyers (1972, U.S.A.), and Christian Nyampeta

The exhibition concept is inspired by the phenomenon of fog as a material and metaphorical space where visual orientation is reduced, and different sensorial tools are required to produce and situate our understanding of what surrounds us

The works in “Nebula” touch upon a range of themes: the vastness of the landscape as the site of either loss or salvation; the architecture of memory, and the labyrinth of consciousness; music and voice as conduits of reclamation. They explore further forms of fragmentation: the tension between being and disappearing, and between living together and estrangement; the reverberation of History within individual lives; and the impact of economic and political forces on the environment and on people’s lives

“Nebula” will be open every day, except on Tuesdays, from h 10–18 (last admission at h 17:15), with free entry. Special opening hours: April 17–21, h 10–20

Excerpt from Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme, “Until we became fire and fire us” (2023–ongoing). Commissioned and produced by Fondazione In Between Art Film for the exhibition Nebula, 2024. Co-produced by @sharjahart, co-commissioned by @pcai_polygreen for the Sharjah Biennial 15. Courtesy of the artists and Fondazione In Between Art Film
Typography by @lorenzomasonstudio
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Sneak peek from “Marshall Allen, 99, Astronaut” (2024), the new film we commissioned to Ari Benjamin Meyers for #NebulaVenice

“Nebula” is a new group exhibition opening to the public on April 17, 2024, at the Complesso dell’Ospedaletto on the occasion of the 60th International Art Exhibition, @labiennale di Venezia.

Curated by Alessandro Rabottini and Leonardo Bigazzi—respectively artistic director and curator at Fondazione In Between Art Film—“Nebula” features eight new site-specific video installations commissioned to Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (1983, Cyprus/1983, U.S.A.), Giorgio Andreotta Calò (1979, Italy), Saodat Ismailova (1981, Uzbekistan), Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado (1974, Brazil/1973, Brazil), Diego Marcon (1985, Italy), Basir Mahmood (1985, Pakistan/Netherlands), Ari Benjamin Meyers (1972, U.S.A.), and Christian Nyampeta.

The exhibition concept is inspired by the phenomenon of fog as a material and metaphorical space where visual orientation is reduced, and different sensorial tools are required to produce and situate our understanding of what surrounds us.

The works in “Nebula” touch upon a range of themes: the vastness of the landscape as the site of either loss or salvation; the architecture of memory, and the labyrinth of consciousness; music and voice as conduits of reclamation. They explore further forms of fragmentation: the tension between being and disappearing, and between living together and estrangement; the reverberation of History within individual lives; and the impact of economic and political forces on the environment and on people’s lives.

“Nebula” will be open every day, except on Tuesdays, from h 10–18 (last admission at h 17:15), with free entry. Special opening hours: April 17–21, h 10–20

Excerpt from Ari Benjamin Meyers, "Marshall Allen, 99, Astronaut," 2024. Commissioned and produced by Fondazione In Between Art Film, and co-produced by @fluentumcollection Courtesy of the artist, Fondazione In Between Art Film, and @estherschippergallery
Typography by @lorenzomasonstudio
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Congratulations to Gerard Ortín Castellví, whose work “Bliss Point” (2023), which we co-produced with @schermodellarte, will have its festival world premiere in the International Medium Length & Short Film Competition of @visionsdureel 2024.

Ortín Castellví’s “Bliss Point” focuses on the transformation of food into moving images by documenting the new regimes and infrastructures of distribution. From the advanced technologies of circulation in AI-managed warehouses to commercial perception and representation in food photography studios, the journey portrays fragmented coexisting realities. The term ‘bliss point’ refers to a specific amount of an ingredient such as salt, sugar or fat in order to optimize the palatability of a product. In the film, this concept is expanded to include other aesthetic and scopic qualities. As the third piece of a trilogy on food production (“Agrilogistics,” 2022), distribution (“Bliss Point,” 2023) and consumption (“Future Foods,” 2021) it completes a long-term investigation of the technologies and ecologies of food regimes.

“Bliss Point” will be screened on April 18, 2024, at 18:15 in the presence of the director, and on April 19, 2024, at 16:30. More info and tickets via the link in bio.

Trailer courtesy of @gerardortin
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