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Collective Exhibition – Friday, March 15 to Friday, March 29

L’Académie des beaux-arts de Brera, Milan

Italy / 17'03
Galerie Dolet, Crous Clermont Auvergne, 25 rue Étienne Dolet, Clermont Ferrand

The Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, founded in 1776, is a prestigious institution dedicated to art education. Brera houses an exceptional collection of artwork and offers a variety of teaching programs, from painting to sculpture to video art. Its faculty includes eminent artists, and the school continues to be a center of creative inspiration. The symbiosis of tradition and innovation makes the Brera Academy of Fine Arts a must for art-loving students, contributing to Milan’s cultural richness.

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Course presentation :

Teacher : Alessandro Mancassola

This workshop, led by Professor Alessandro Mancassola, offers an in-depth exploration of video art. Students observe a range of renowned video artists, and are encouraged to analyze and assimilate their diverse approaches. Drawing on this inspiration, they are invited to create their own works, establishing a direct link between theory and artistic practice. This workshop offers a space where discovery and creation meet in the stimulating world of digital and visual expression.

Video Program :

Sans titre (Untitled)| Leonardo Cardamone | 2023 | 11’05

The untitled video represents a complex artistic exploration of thoughts and emotions over several years. Using specific music and noise, it exposes ideas, songs, images and videos without attempting to make explicit sense of them. Divided into four sections, it explores anger, the visual aesthetics of life, emotional evolution, and observes everyday life on public transport. The decision not to give a title reinforces the intention to leave viewers free to interpret. The work offers a multidimensional experience, capturing the complexity of impressions and reflections.


6001 Meters under the sea | Trasparente (Federico Montaresi) | 2023 | 5’58

The lights of a city lose their identity as artifacts and come to life, “dancing and singing” to the rhythm of the song “Yellow Submarine”. This work offers an intimate look at the theme of technological fragility, exploring deep connections between the song’s veiled meanings and the consequences of human failure.

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