Twenty-nine artists invest a forgotten building site in Roma during 72 consecutive hours without any institutional oversight.
There is no place like home documents the eponymous, self-managed exhibition project (initiated by Stanislao Di Giugno, Giuseppe Pietroniro, Marco Raparelli, and Alessandro Cicoria
) that took place in Rome in an abandoned building on the Aurelia Antica in September 2014. A collective of twenty-nine artists lived in and transformed the building over the course of 72 hours. Here, between the site-specific works, there have alternated events, performances, and unexpected encounters. Thus conceived, the artistic action emerges as a force that acts in space but, above all, in time: a site that never ceases to be under construction, a subversive act against the exhibition canons of art. Without walls and without doors, with only one supporting structure, this hybrid place remains open to any form of “meeting,” metaphor for a project that will build over time.
Works by Stefano Arienti, Simone Berti, Alessandro Cicoria
, Eli Cortiñas, Stanislao Di Giugno, Loredana Di Lillo, Flavio Favelli, Stefania Galegati Shines, Vitoria Gasteiz, Daniele Genadry, Goldiechiari, Thomas Hutton, Giovanni Kronenberg, Michaela M. Langenstein, Emiliano Maggi, Matteo Nasini
, Norberto & Scintilla + Antonio Grulli, Nicola Pecoraro
, Alessandro Piangiamore
, Federico Pietrella, Cesare Pietroiusti, Giuseppe Pietroniro, Luigi Presicce, Daniele Puppi, Marco Raparelli
, Max Renkel, Andrea Salvino, Alessandro Sarra, Corrado Sassi, Vedovamazzei.