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The skin I live in. Memories of an unedited and private city
Written by Livia Sartori di Borgoricco   

tomaso_de_luca.jpgPicture a movie by Almodóvar. Intense, poetic, brutal at times, never predictable and never to leave you indifferent. Same goes for Io, tu, lui, lei, a project by Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa exhibited at Palazzetto Tito.

 

A result of an art lab on queer memories and cultures, it visually develops the themes of A Special Day, a dialog on homophobia, isolation, and social exclusion that took place privately in 2011 among six young artists and eight homosexual men and women from Venice. The exhibition’s title takes after 1972 Chantal Akerman’s feature Je, tu, il, elle, a manifesto of experimental cinema.

 

The rooms of the Palazzetto will be cinema halls for once, and all material and account about the eight people involved and their lives will also be present.

 

«Io, tu, lui, lei»
From 6 to 26 March Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa (Palazzetto Tito)
Info www.bevilacqualamasa.it