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Francesco mattuzzi
Pianeta Bianco
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 14'30'' | Italie | 2014
“Pianeta bianco” represents the border between dream and reality. It is a planet with a milky atmosphere, where the ground emanates light and on which the earth’s spatial-temporal rules, feelings and perceptions are altered. The planet is a wrinkled giant animating overflow, eating and disorienting the observer: it is not possible to recognize direction, size and distance. The protagonist of the story is a mineral researcher, heading towards his destination: a faraway light, which seems to be the only point of reference. A fragmented voice describes how a human feels when moving around without perceptual landmarks. The vision of the landscape is adult and doubtful about the trade-off of mankind dealing with nature. The gaze draws a gigantic and indifferent world, where the sun reflects on a rock and everything can swallow everything in an instant...
CV of FRANCESCO MATTUZZI Bio Francesco Mattuzzi was born in 1979, lives and woks in Milan. He’s an artist that uses photography and video as means of research and representation of the contemporary social reality. Work in progress movies and completed 2014: • The Weight of Dreams, director and author. 16:9, HDV, 60’ (post production) • Pianeta Bianco, Author, director. 16:9, HDV, 14’ 2012: • Shapes, director and author. 16:9, HDV, 10’ 2011: • The Weight of Dreams, video installation, three screen, 16:9, HDV, 10’ 2010: • Future Archaeology, directed by di Armin Linke and Francesco Mattuzzi. fim essay, Stereoscopic, Palestine, 16:9 HDV 2009: • E-Roads, video installation, monoscreen, 16:9, HDV, 7’ Grant/Awards and film festival 2014: • Official selection for the film “Pianeta Bianco” to 61°Trento Film Festival (Trento, Italy) • Official selection for the film “Pianeta Bianco” to FMK Film Festival. (Pordenone, Italy) • Official selection for the film “Pianeta Bianco” to Cervino Cine Mountain Film Festival (Cervinia, Italy) • Official selection for the film “Pianeta Bianco” to Festival Leggi Montagna (Tolmezzo, Italy). • Official selection for the film “Pianeta Bianco” to Bansko Film Festival (Bansko, Bulgaria) • Official selection for the film “il sublime e il banale” Civic Gallery of Trento, Italy. Curated by Giorgio Verzotti, director of arte fiera Bologna. • Official selection for the film “Future Archaeology” al MIDB, muestra internacional documental de Bogotà.(Colombia) 2013: • Official selection for the film “Shapes” all’ Italian institute of Moscow, in cooperation with fondazione Adriano Olivetti. • Winner of “Editors Online” for the magazine Abitare, for the web blog “the weight of dreams” 2012: • Official selection the international Filmaker Film Fesival, for the movie “Shapes” supported by Adriano Olivetti’s Foundation. • Selected project for the short movie “Shapes” to the Italian Pavillon during the 13° Architectural Biennal of Venice. • The documentary film “12wheels” has been supported by the Trentino Film commission. • The documentary film “White Planet” has been supported by the Valle d’Aosta Film Commission. • Future Archaeology screening to: La 3D : prises et déprises, Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains, Tourcoing, Francia 2011: • Selected artist for Fondazione Galleria civica di Trento, Opera Civica project. Curated by Andrea Viliani. • 12 wheels, film selected for the workshop “Raccontare l’ avventura 2011” promoted by Trentino film commission, Trento film festival and Zelig. • Future Archaeology screening to: Le peuple qui manque, La géographie, ça sert, d’abord, à faire la guerre, Centre 
Pompidou, Paris, France • Future Archaeology screening to: BEYOND
Festival 3Days of Dimensions
Future, to the ZKM Medientheater, Karlsruhe, Germany 2010: • Selected film for the 67th. Mostra Internazionale d’ Arte Cinematografica, la Biennale di Venezia, official selection of the film “Future Archaeology”. 2009: • Winner of the DE.MO Movin’up Art Residency Program, at the Platform Garanti Contemporary Art Center (irp), Istanbul, Turkey. • Selected Artist for the project “Un ponte sul Mediterraneo”. Young art, Video.it, Startrucks. Turin, Italy Art Residency 2009: Artist in residency (IRP) at the Platform Garanti Contemporary Art Center, Istanbul, Turkey, with the project DEMO Movin’up Solo expositions 2012: • The weight of dreams – Studio Ermanno Cristini, Varese, Italy. Curated by Denis Isaia 2011: • The weight of dreams - Galleria civica di Trento, Opera Civica project. Curated by Andrea Viliani 2009: • Startrucks - Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, Italy, presentation of the project. Collective expositions 2014: • Exhibition photo project “Future Archaeology” to the civic gallery of Trento, project AfterImage, in parallel to the celebration of the first world war exhibition at the MART museum of Rovereto. 2012: • Exhibition for the Olivetti’s project to the Italian Pavillon during the 13. Architecture Biennal of Venice in cooperation with the Olivetti’s Foundation 2011: • Sharjah Biennial 10 curated by Suzanne Cotter and Rasha Salti, Future Archaeology film, with Decolonizing Archtecture 2010: • Le peuple qui manque, QUE FAIRE ? Art, film, politique, Centre Pompidou, France, Paris, curated by Aliocha Imhoff. Future Archaeology • Redcat, Los Angeles, USA, curated by Clara Kim. Future Archaeology and photographic exhibition with Decolonizing Architecture. • Queensland Art Gallery, Stanley Place, Brisbane, Australia, curated by Kathryn Weir. Future Archaeology and photographic project with Decolonizing Architecture. • 67th. Mostra Internazionale d’ Arte Cinematografica, la Biennale di Venezia, official selection of the film Future Archaeology. • Ashkal Alwan, Home Works V, Beirut, Libano. Future Archaeology, two screen installation, with Decolonizing Architecture. • Officina dei Sensi, Villa Ciani Bassetti, Lasino, Trento, Italy. Curated by Marco Tomasini. E-Roads, video monoscreen installation and cartography. • Rassegna video dagli archivi Art Hub, complesso delle ex Murate, Firenze, Italy. Curated byFrancesca di Nardo. E-Roads, monoscreen installation.