180 Canvases / Marcella Campa and Stefano Avesani

Use art, social investigation and research to investigate urban spaces

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周末去胡同逛逛,邂逅一组很是耀眼的艺术装置,五彩缤纷还被类镜面反射的这些纸片组成一个奇幻的矩阵,就像是通往异世界的奇幻入口空间造型,而这个空间仅被胡同里面一道节点和工艺都很差的常见门脸儿挡住。作品具有强烈的气场,不光吸引路人,也把旁边那家买切面的胡同店儿渲染得非同寻常。假如切面店老板在店里看人来人往的各种反应,也挺有意思吧。阻挡的玻璃门脸儿并不光亮可鉴,上面蒙上了北京的真实–一层灰,同时在白天反射出周围的环境。人们在窥视或者观看的时候,实现了艺术家的理想。回来找到了关于这个艺术作品的具体资料,直接从主办方网站箭厂空间进行直接引用。前面五张照片由拿相机手抖的网站编辑拍摄,最后一张组合照片出处来自创想计划(照片相比专业多了)。编辑感概如果自己去现场拍照然后独立写字做报道还是要比审稿以及约稿做版权报道要难得多,EL杂志有自己专属摄影,并会有不同的文本,所以他们的内容更有区别性。在展现有趣创意的方面,gooood还有很长的路要走,需要多多学习。

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《180个画面》,箭厂胡同,北京,中国
180 Canvases, Jianchang Hutong, Beijing, China

马吃辣和思凡诺作品
Marcella Campa and Stefano Avesani

2014年3月8日至4月10日
March 8, 2014 – April 10, 2014

意大利建筑师马吃辣和思凡诺的新作《180个画面》。作品将生动的色彩谱系融入周边的胡同语境,接合箭厂此前展出的装置作品(《黑暗》,刘韡),以强烈的视觉呈现来吸引路人的关注。《180个画面》是马吃辣和思凡诺的“理论时刻”胡同干预作品系列的一部分,这些临时性的现场作品大多直接介入了拆迁中的北京街区,强烈的的平面设计语言和随手捡来的现成材料融入了这些之前私人化的现今却暴露在外的公共空间里。马吃辣和思凡诺的作品运用视觉的方式来探索城市空间,突出密度的含义,非结构性的再挪用,高档化,空间关系,产权交易,消失中的社群和身份。

马吃辣和思凡诺毕业于意大利威尼斯建筑学院。自2003年起,他们一直研究中国城市的都市化扩张及转型这类课题。2005年,他们以关注北京和上海市中心的老城区而获得格拉斯哥Archiprix奖,同年二人搬到北京。2010年马吃辣获得了Pollock-Krasner基金会的奖学金。他们曾在中国和海外举办过展览,目前居住和工作在北京。

180 Canvases, an installation by architects Marcella Campa and Stefano Avesani that injects a vibrant color spectrum into the hutong environment. The work uses the existing neighborhood context and Arrow Factory’s previous installation (Void, by Liu Wei) to draw attention to both through radical contrast. 180 Canvases is part of Campa and Avesani’s continued series of hutong interventions entitled Theory of Moments–temporary site-specific installations that engage Beijing neighborhoods currently under demolition. Bold graphics and found materials are integrated into these previously private now exposed public spaces. Campa and Avesani’s works use art, social investigation and research to investigate urban spaces, and address ideas of density, unstructured re-appropriation, gentrification, spatial relationships, property speculation, disappearing communities and identity.

Marcella Campa and Stefano Avesani (www.instanthutong.com) are graduates of the Venice Institute of Architecture, Italy. They have been studying the urban growth of Chinese cities and their transformation since 2003. In 2005 they were awarded the international Archiprix prize in Glasgow for a project concerning historical districts in downtown Beijing and Shanghai and moved to Beijing the same year. Campa was the recipient of
the Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant in 2010. They have participated in exhibitions in China and abroad.

They currently live and work in Beijing.

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