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20/01/2020

Hera Group promotes Circular View by Silvia Camporesi

Hera Group promotes  Circular View by Silvia Camporesi


After the SCART exhibition in 2018 and Gasometro M.A.N. n.3 by Carlo Valsecchi in 2019, the Hera Group promotes Circular View by Silvia Camporesi, curated by Carlo Sala, from 24 January to 24 February 2020 at Spazio Carbonesi, in Palazzo Zambeccari, Bologna.
The idea for the exhibition stems from the photographic project commissioned in 2018 from Silvia Camporesi to document the works that would make the Hera Group the first multi-utility in Italy to build a biomethane production plant using organic waste. Once work on the Sant'Agata Bolognese site was completed, the photo report was enriched with additional shots, thus becoming the complete story of the plant's creation.
The exhibition consists of 11 large-format photographs that unveil where and how waste takes another form and becomes biofuel. Technology, innovation, industrial process, efficiency and circularity are the messages behind each of the images captured by the artist.

Silvia Camporesi visited the plant every month for an entire year, documenting the changes of the structure. “The images that make up the finished work weave a purely documentary vision with the evocative dimension that the artist sought to give the site”, underlines the curator Carlo Sala.

 

 

Silvia Camporesi – BIOGRAPHY

Silvia Camporesi was born in 1973 in Forlì. With a degree in philosophy, she uses the languages of photography and video to develop stories inspired by ancient myths, literature, religions and real life. In recent years her work has focused on the Italian landscape.
Since 2004 she has held solo exhibitions in Italy - Dance dance dance at the MAR in Ravenna in 2007, Planasia at the European Photography Festival in Reggio Emilia in 2014, Genius Loci at the MAC in Lissone in 2017 - and abroad - À perte de vue at the Chambre Blanche in Quebec in 2011; 2112, Saint James Cavalier in Valletta in 2013; Atlas Italiae exhibited at the Abbaye de Neumünster in Luxembourg in 2015, and Art Musings in Mumbai in 2017 and Desfours Palace in Prague in 2018.
Group exhibitions she has participated in include: Italian camera, Isola di San Servolo, Venice in 2005; Con gliocchi, con la testa, col cuore at MART in Rovereto in 2012; Italy inside out at Palazzo della Ragione, Milan in 2015; Extraordinary Visions at MAXXI in Rome in 2016 and at the Kolkata Centre in Kolkata in 2019, and The Quest of Happiness at Serlachius Museums in Mantta, Finland.
In 2007 she won the Celestial Award for Photography; she was among the finalists of the Talent Prize in 2008 and the Terna Award in 2010; she won the Francesco Fabbri award for photography in 2013, the 2015 Artefiera Rotary Award, and the 2016 BNL Award. She has published five books: La Terza Venezia (Trolley, 2012); Journey to Armenia (Quaderni di Gente di Fotografia, 2014), Atlas Italiae (Peliti Associati, 2015), Il mondo è tutto ciò che accade (Danilo Montanari Editore, 2019) and Doppio sguardo (Contrasto Books, 2019). She complements her artistic work with teaching. Her works are present in public and private collections, among which: MAXXI, Rome; MART, Rovereto; BNL Group, Milan.

 
 
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