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Dust Thou Art

Dust Thou Art

“Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” Meditation of the artist recovering from an eye operation, during her walks in Berlin in May 2017, where she met the famous statue of the Trümmerfrau* infested with caterpillar webs from the tree next to it, while the wind played gently with the strings of the artist’s guitar, turning it into an aeolian harp. * Literally translated as ruins woman or rubble woman, German-language name for women who, in the aftermath of World War II, cleaned up the bombed cities of Germany and Austria, removing all ruins. title: Dust Thou Art •••>

HearteartH – all started from here

HearteartH – all started from here

NEW: The video will be shown in the festival NOW&AFTER’17, Moscow, as part of “Collective Shades”, a selection of videos about water, curated by Alessandra Arnò (Visual Container). Exhibition dates: •••>

… in-volo-quadrato …

… in-volo-quadrato …

NEW: The video will be shown in the Open Air Water-Power Museum in Dimitsana (GR), as part of “Breathe water in… breathe water out…”, a selection of videos about water, •••>

Specchiatura

Specchiatura

Specchiatura (In the Mirror) • a video by Maria Korporal on a poem by Faraòn Meteosès with dancer Alessandro Pintus – NON COMPANY – www.alessandropintus.com cast: Alessandro Pintus – butoh dance recitative: Nina Maroccolo, Faraòn Meteosès text: Faraòn Meteosès (Stefano Amorese) music: Daniele Venturi – www.danieleventuri.com – with Alessandro Stradaioli on contrabass direction, camera, images, effects and montage: Maria Korporal   The video has been published on a DVD as part of the project “Largo Sguardo”. > more information.         > see also storyboard of the video •••>

Korporal Zoo: the project

“Korporal Zoo” is a series of video works by Maria Korporal, which observe the animal and human world with several perspectives: cultural, social, environmental. The project is a work in progress started in 2010. The videos in “Korporal Zoo” have been designed with a wide variety of techniques and each work is an animated mixture of photo and film footage, as well as drawings and collages. Some studio views: The videos in the project: •••>

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