Carla Capodimonti (1984) is an independent art curator, graduated in Art History at the University “La Sapienza” of Rome, with a master thesis about the artist Alberto Garutti. For several years she collaborated with Centro Internazionale per l’Arte Contemporanea Palazzo Lucarini di Trevi – Ex Flash Art Museum. She mainly deals with Sound Art, sound researches, and with site specific projects related to the territory. She is a member of the international network NOW New Operation Wave, with which she follows and activates the work of Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, and she collaborates with RAM Radioartemobile and Zerynthia (Rome). Over the years she has been involved in European partnerships for the development of contemporary art projects in rural areas. She has written for catalogs and trade magazines. From 2014 and, together with Marta Silvi in 2017, she curated the Visual Arts section for the Dancity Festival in Foligno, presenting exhibitions, performances, talks and special projects (Yann Novak, WIlliam Basinski & James Elaine, Claire Fontaine). Since 2014 she has been among the promoters of the Dancity Open Call award. She is a curator member of LUX, a research project between contemporary music and visual arts. Among the latest curated exhibitions: Why Patterns? Sound as visual language (with curators Simone Ciglia, Francesca Lilli, Marco Marzuoli, Barbara Nardacchione, multiple locations, 2016. Among the artists: Matteo Nasini, Francesco Fonassi, Nicola Di Croce, Fabio Perletta, Roberto Pugliese, William Basinski & James Elaine, Richard Chartier, Christina Vantzou); A Constellation of Moments: sound aesthetics in Abruzzo from the 90s to present time (with curator Leandro Pisano, 2016, Museolaboratorio, Città Sant’Angelo. Among the artists: Andrea Gabriele, Fabio Perletta, Tu M’); MaerzMusik – The Long Now / William Basinski & James Elaine, Video and Tape Loops (with LUX, 2017, presented by Berlin Atonal, Kraftwerk, Berlin); restāre (with NOW New Operation Wave, 2017, multiple locations. Artists: Francesco Fonassi, Fabio Perletta).
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