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Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 11:40 | Italie | 2017
In a school trip to the Cloister of Collegno, the biggest italian Insane Asylum closed in 1978, a class of teenagers visit the spaces as if they had been turned into a museum. Through the auxiliary help of an audio guide of apparently non-sense indications, the students shape a museum path which only exists around their steps.
Giulio Squillacciotti (Rome, Italy 19829. Artist, film-maker and researcher lives and works in Maastricht (NL). He is 2018/2019 Van Eyck Academie Residency Fellow and was part of the Dutch Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale. Studied Medieval Art History in Barcelona and Rome, he later owned a MA hons in Visual Arts from the Venice University of Architecture IUAV. His work is mainly oriented on storytelling, cultural apexes and the way traditions re-shape in new contexts. His research merges together fiction and historical facts. Using film, documentary, sound and set design, Squillacciotti produces research-based investigations that revisits history, crafting new stories from subjective perspectives, storytelling, religion and popular culture.