Scenografia
Marinella Senatore

September 16–November 6, 2015

MARINELLA SENATORE

Scenografia

September 16 to November 6, 2015
Opening Reception: September 16, 6-9pm

Peres Projects is proud to present Scenografia, Marinella Senatore’s third solo exhibition at Peres Projects, Berlin. Marinella Senatore (Italy, 1977) currently lives and works in London and Paris and her practice is Characterized by Public Participation and tapping into the creative power of a crowd. Through the use of the quintessential collaborative creative endeavor of filmmaking, Senatore Initiates a dialogue between history, culture and social structures, using the media as a vehicle for bringing participants together. In post-production, Senatore distills thesis collaborative efforts into bodies of work spanning painting, sculpture, video, performance and installation.

Having Studied cinematography at Italy’s National Film School in Rome, the film set, or scenografia, now plays a central role in Senatore’s social practice. Impromptu sets are Constructed, used and recycled by Senatore across different projects. They function as a shooting Both location and a meeting place for collaborative work. In Scenografia, Senatore has put red, cinematic filters on the windows of the gallery, transforming the space into a reduced film set. We are cast into a Fellini-like world populated by abstracted cutouts from her movie sets Which hang on the wall, alongside billboard scale film stills from collaborative projects. Scenografia is presented in Conjunction with a large scale participatory installation at Art Berlin Contemporary.

Recent and current projects include a public, participatory work presented at the Venice Biennial Creative Time Summit as well as a collaborative work with Jeremy Deller at this year’s Lyon Biennial. In 2014 Senatore launched Estman Radio on ongoing free podcast radio via her solo show at the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen and the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. As part of her survey show at the Castello di Rivoli in 2013 Senatore founded The School of Narrative Dance, a nomadic, free of charge school focused on storytelling and based on didactic system fostering the emancipation of the student and activating processes of self-cultivation , In 2014, She was Awarded the prestigious Prize for her MAXXI work The School of Dance Narrative, Roma (2014), made ​​in collaboration with what Which Assemble Architects, London. The upcoming incarnations of the project will take place in Miami and New York. Her work ROSAS (2012) is an opera for the screen and Involved 20,000 citizens in Germany, Spain and the UK and which produced in Conjunction With The Quad Darby, the Matadero in Madrid and Museum Kunstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin. So what Senatore included in ILLUMInations, curated by Bice Curiger at the 54th Venice Biennial.

Peres Projects’s opening hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11am – 6pm. For Further Information and sales inquiries, please contact Javier Peres (javier@peresprojects.com), Nick Koenigsknecht (nick @ Peres Projects. Com) or call at +49 (0) 30 275 950770. For press and media inquiries, please contact media @ Peres Projects. com or +49 (0) 30 275950770th

MARINELLA SENATORE

Scenografia

September 16 to November 7, 2015 Opening: September 16, 18-21 clock

We are pleased with Scenografia to present the third solo exhibition of Marinella Senatore at Peres Projects, Berlin,. Marinella Senatore (born in 1977 in Italy) currently lives and works in London and Paris. Her artistic practice is characterized by the participating public and the creative energy of people groups. Through its use of the ultimate collaborative creativity of filmmaking Senatore is a dialogue between history, culture and social structures in transition, in which she uses the media as a vehicle to bring together the participants. In postproduction Senatore crystallized then include from these collaborative ventures of works, the paintings, sculptures, videos, performances and installations.

The artist studied film at the National Film School in Rome. – In their social practice, the film set plays Scenografia – a central role. In different projects improvised scenes are built, used and reused. They act both as locations such as venues for collaborative work. For Scenografia covered Senatore windows with red filters, as is used in the film, transforming the gallery space into a reduced film set. We go into a Fellini-esque world with abstract cutouts their film scenes on the walls next to large poster Stills from their collaborative projects. Scenografia is presented in conjunction with a large-scale, participatory installation at Art Berlin Contemporary.

Her recent projects include a public, participatory work on the Creative Time Summit of the Venice Biennale and a collaborative effort with Jeremy Deller for this year’s Lyon Biennale. 2014 initiated the artist Estman Radio, a continuous, Free Radio podcast about her solo exhibition at the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen and in the Paris Palais de Tokyo. As part of its survey exhibition at Castello di Rivoli in 2013 founded Senatore The School of Narrative Dance, a nomadic, free school, which is dedicated to the storytelling, and is based on didactic systems that promote the emancipation of the student and set processes of self-cultivation in transition. 2014, it was awarded the prestigious prize for their work MAXXI The School of Dance Narrative, Roma (2014), which is in collaboration with Assemble Architects, London, emerged. The project will soon be realized in Miami and New York. Their work ROSAS (2012) is an opera for the screen, in which 20,000 people in Germany, Spain and the UK were involved. It was produced in cooperation with the work Darby Quad, the Matadero in Madrid and the Museum Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin. Senatore also took part ILLUMInations that Bice Curiger curated for the 54th Venice Biennale, in part.

The opening times of Peres Projects are Tuesday to Saturday 11-18 clock. For more information and quotes, please contact Javier Peres (javier@peresprojects.com), Nick Koenigsknecht (nick @ peresprojects.com) or call us at +49 30 275 950,770th For press and media inquiries, please contact media @ Peres Projects .com or +49 (0) 30 275950770th