PAESAGGI MIGRANTI

Workshops /Floating Mountains, May 2017

 Jump to ☞ Fragments; ☞ Printing Landscapes; Artist Residency; Community Event and Festival

Public Nature

Place-making collaborative actions and performances in Parco Begni.

 

 

Greta Colombo e Lorenza Manfredi e collaboratori: Martina Dahm, Razvan Pop, Helen Brewer, Farah Alkhoury.

 

Looking at this place as a composition of accents and hidden signs, the project aims to find and reveal the qualities of the park and its possible role in the town.

Pennabilli is a town full of surprises, in which Parco Begni appears to be a forgotten empty terrain

 Looking at this place as a composition of accents and hidden signs, the project aims to find and reveal the qualities of the park and its possible role in the town.

 

The boundary between the abandoned village and the fragments of the bricks arranged become the starting point of a reflection

5 artists were selected among 120 applicants who applied to a call for artist that we launched, taking part to the first Paesaggi Migranti Residency in Pennabilli, 8-12 March 2017.

FRAGMENTS

Landscape experiments: a jump into nature in search for traces of human presence in natural landscape, you will engage with landscape elements to create art installations.

This project is a research on the landscape and on the presence/meaning of brick debris moving through the Marecchia Valley. The boundary between the abandoned small village all around this territory and the fragments of the bricks arranged, smoothed and rounded by water action like stones, become the starting point of a reflection between natural and artificial, in other words a reflection about landscape.

PUBLIC NATURE

Fragments

Brick stones mapped and collected in Marrecchia and Senatello River.

 

 

Alessandro Mulazzani e collaboratori: Francesco Carraro, Leli Hoch, Mirella Bandini, Archana Patil, Silvia Mangosio.

 

The boundary between the abandoned small village all around this territory and the fragments of the bricks arranged, smoothed and rounded by water action like stones, become the starting point of a reflection between natural and artificial, in other words a reflection about landscape.

 

 

 

Questioning a site: understanding the context of Parco Begni through a creative approach you will explore the possibilities of this particular space.

Pennabilli is a town full of surprises, in which Parco Begni appears to be a forgotten empty terrain. But is that true? Looking at this place as a composition of accents and hidden signs, the project aims to find and reveal the qualities of the park and its possible role in the town.

Interacting with the ever-changing landscape of Marecchia Valley and its agricultural tradition, we will test new possible visions, shape unexpected uses and imagine a community action.

A jump into nature in search for traces of human presence in natural landscape.

Experiments with local traditions: working en plein air, in contact with local craftsmen, you will produce natural pigments and express your creativity with traditional dyeing techniques.

 

Exploration of the craftsmanship as cultural heritage of the region of Montefeltro in and around Pennabilli.

 

 

 

With its richness of natural materials and the fine tradition of rust dyeing and guado (Isatis tinctoria) production, this region is a paradise to learn about and experiment with dyeing techniques and colours. We want to go to the source of landscapes and materials to capture their fluidity.

 

 

 

Paesaggi Migranti invited 20 creatives for the second edition of 'Floating Mountains' workshop in Pennabilli. The activities were led by the 4 artists who took part to our Artist Residency.

 

 

1. Fragments

 

2. Public Nature

 

3. Printing Landscapes

 

 

 

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PRINTING

LANDSCAPES

Experiments with local traditions: working en plein air, in contact with local craftsmen, you will produce natural pigments and express your creativity with traditional dyeing techniques.

Exploration of the craftsmanship as cultural heritage of the region of Montefeltro in and around Pennabilli. With its richness of natural materials and the fine tradition of rust dyeing and guado (Isatis tinctoria) production, this region is a paradise to learn about and experiment with dyeing techniques and colours. We want to go to the source of landscapes and materials to capture their fluidity.

Fragments

Portale.

Portal.

 

Mikael Hansen e collaboratori: Giacomo Moretti, Matthieu Rossault, Luca Fucili.

 

 

 

Questioning a site: understanding the context of Parco Begni through a creative approach you will explore the possibilities of this particular space. Pennabilli is a town full of surprises, in which Parco Begni appears to be a forgotten empty terrain. But is that true? Looking at this place as a composition of accents and hidden signs, the project aims to find and reveal the qualities of the park and its possible role in the town.

 

Interacting with the ever-changing landscape of Marecchia Valley and its agricultural tradition, we will test new possible visions, shape unexpected uses and imagine a community action.

 

Framing a landscape that is constantly moving.

Printing Landscape

Tele lavorate con pigmenti di guado, argilla e pietre recuperate dal Sasso Simone e dal fiume Marrecchia.

Canvas processed with guado pigments, clay and stones taken from Sasso Simone and Marrecchia River.

 

 

Nele Hartmann e collaboratori: Julie Gemuend, Guillermo Rafales Sancho, Juan Rey Velasco, Khyati Saraf, Ebru Bingol, Monica Gori.

Nele Hartmann

Experiments with local traditions: working en plein air, in contact with local craftsmen, you will produce natural pigments and express your creativity with traditional dyeing techniques. Exploration of the craftsmanship as cultural heritage of the region of Montefeltro in and around Pennabilli.

 

With its richness of natural materials and the fine tradition of rust dyeing and guado (Isatis tinctoria) production, this region is a paradise to learn about and experiment with dyeing techniques and colours. We want to go to the source of landscapes and materials to capture their fluidity.

Printing landscapes

Paesaggi Migranti (Migrant Landscapes) took its first steps in 2015, aiming to discover the Valmarecchia Appennines, in order to promote a public debate around landscape through research and art languages and activating participatory processes.

Paesaggi Migranti (Migrant Landscapes) took its first steps in 2015, aiming to discover the Valmarecchia Appennines, in order to promote a public debate around landscape through research and art languages and activating participatory processes.

The valley is a paradise where to learn about and experiment with dyeing techniques and colours.