more wings than needed


23.09.22 - 23.10.22

23.09.22 18:30-21:30

curated by Eleonora Angiolini, Maximilian Pellizzari & Leonardo Cuccia

The exhibition more wings than needed presents a selection of works by Serbian artist Sanjeshka, that revolve around and are developed from the video-work Perpetually Changing the Meaning of What Was Spiritually Intended. The filmed performance, realised in 2022 in collaboration with Italian musician Giacomo Vanelli, consists of an intertwinement of spoken word, modular electronic music and digital video material from the artist’s archive. In more wings than needed the artist defines a multisensorial environment, where memories, poetry and improvisation merge together.

Sanjeshka (Sanja Pupovac, born in Zadar in 1983) lives and works in Milan. She studied at Politecnico di Milano, where she teaches Art and Design. Among her recent exhibitions and performances: “Tenderness is Reserved for the Unpredictable”; Monastero di Cairate, (IT) 2022, “Unsuccessful”; Edicola Radetzky, Milan (IT) and “Reading Books to Unsuccessful Workers”; Assab One, Milan in 2020, “Internet Rules”; Fotonica Studio and in Day off Magazine, Milan (IT) in 2019, “Birches”; Biennale di Venezia in 2013. She was artist in residence at New Art City, London (UK) in 2022 and she is currently resident at La Casa degli Artisti, Milan (IT). The magazine she co-founded in 2015, Patamagazine, was nominated for the Compasso d’Oro prize in 2017.

In collaboration with: BAW - Bolzano Art Weeks, Contemporary Attitude.
Technical partner: Cuccia S.r.l.
Sound technician: Zeno Lösch

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