Granada Pavilion – 59. International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia | An Unknown that Does Not Terrify

Rossella Pezzino de Geronimo, Liquid Chaos

An Unknown that Does Not Terrify, originates from the analysis of Shakespeare Mas in Granada and reflects on the "right to opacity" theorized by the Martinique philosopher and writer Edouard Glissant, interpreted, according to the intellectual, as the right to "not be understood totally and not totally understand the other because every existence has a complex and dark background that cannot and must not be crossed by the X-rays of a claimed total knowledge." In accordance with this reflection, indigenous or local artists ( Cypher Art Collective of Grenada - Oliver Benoit, Billy Gerard Frank, Ian Friday, Asher Mains, Susan Mains, Angus Martin, Samuel Ogilvie) and international (Giancarlo Flati, Anna Maria Li Gotti, Nino Perrone, Rossella Pezzino de Geronimo, Marialuisa Tadei, Identity Collective - Ezio Balliano, Cristina Corvino, Franca D'Alfonso, Elia Inderle, Fernando Mangone, Peter Nussbaum, Fedora Spinelli, Armando Velardo) discuss the theme with a cosmopolitan language which mixes video art, augmented reality, painting, sculpture and performance.

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