“Keep on Movin’” at Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples

In 1957, Chinese researchers Lee, Yang, and Wu discovered that space is symmetrical, developing that it is attainable at any issue in the cosmos to define north and south, appropriate and left. Whilst historic navigators figured out how to orient by themselves by hunting at the sky and examining the movement of the stars, the discovery that won them the Nobel Prize signifies an epoch-building breakthrough: everything positioned in room can be attributed to a exact place and way, no matter what.

Whilst Lee, Yang and Wu’s discovery establishes when and for all the univocity of area, it is impossible to set up a comprehensive position of watch to examine the polyphonic complexity of historical past. Borges recounts that practically three hundred many years later, Pierre Menard tries to rewrite Cervantes’ Don Quixote term for word. Like the Spaniard Cervantes right before him, he wrote: “. . .Truth of the matter, whose mom is historical past, emulates time, the repository of actions, the witness of the earlier, illustration and news of the existing, warning of the long run.” We read through it right now as Menard did in his time, but the this means is never the exact same, and the point of watch constantly transforms. Even if the picture amongst Cervantes’ Don Quixote, Menard’s, Borges’ tale and us continues to be specular, the place of historical past is hardly symmetrical. North and south do not exist.

Nowadays, “history” is an not possible strategy standing with the implications of modernity and its progressive and teleological conception of heritage. Potentially we want to visualize histories that coexist in space and time, reflecting the multitude of subjectivities that get the position of grand narratives.

“Keep on Shifting: Tales from the Morra Greco Collection” is a snapshot of a historic second involving the conclusion of the 1990s and the early 2000s. The artists’ is effective on present pose incessant questions about contemporaneity by shedding mild on the electric power structures embedded in the narratives and ideologies that affect our experience of reality and historical past. The performs on clearly show interrogate by themselves as performs of artwork and dilemma now antagonistically, now ironically, culture, establishments, language, substance society and the romance of human beings to nature by images, going graphic and painting or sculpture, set up, home furniture, and architecture.

Curated by Giulia Pollicita.

at Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples
right until November 30, 2022

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