05 December 2023 - 10 December 2023


11:00 AM - 18:00 PM


Selina Gold Dust Motel - Room 35, Miami - USA

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In-person event

An immersive video mapping installation, in the context of Alcova at the historical Selina Gold Dust Motel, showcases the work of IED Milano Visual Arts Students.

"Denoise": noise and unknown as positive action of recognition, tolerance, and artistic appropriation.

We are proud to participate in the first Miami edition of Alcova, taking place during Miami Art Week at the Selina Gold Dust Motel (7700 Biscayne Blvd) from December 5-10.

Developed by students in IED Milano’s Master Course in Visual Arts for the Digital Age and coordinated by visual artist Martin Romeo, Denoise is an interactive video mapping experience that invites participants to embrace the unknown as an integral part of our existence.

Drawing inspiration from Gruppo T (an influential group of Italian kinetic artists active since 1959), the multi-sensory installation will transform Room 35 of the motel into a theatrical journey, combining volumes, surfaces, and sound over several levels of narration. The project gives value to the concept of noise reduction (denoising), translating the noise itself into a positive action of recognition, tolerance, and artistic appropriation.

An adaptation of the students’ end-of-year project presented in Milan this past September, Denoise is a profound, collective artwork by M. Daniela Cimarelli, Emma Scarafiotti, Sofia Masiello, Monica Rivolta, Erica Gariboldi, Mattia Solazzo, Ottavio Mannarino, and Kamilla Lucarelli.
Collectivelly the students reinterpret the work of Gruppo T, presenting seven communicative situations - Parallel Languages, Simultaneous Translations, Disharmony, Impossible Dialogues, Barriers, New Silences, and Trespassings - through sculptures, animation and narration. Together, the individual works of each artist become choral, inhabiting the concept of noise and prompting reflection upon everyday situations, human connections, correlations between machines, and interactions between humans and machines.

The exhibition will open to the public December 5-9 (11am-8pm) and December 10 (11am-6pm). The Alcova Press Preview will take place on December 4th from 12-8pm.

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