arto lindsay at the venice art biennale 09 preview
arto lindsay at the venice art biennale 09 preview
jun 02, 2009

arto lindsay at the venice art biennale 09 preview

arto lindsay multinatural parade (blackout) beginning at giardini june 5 to 18, 2009

work at multinatural parade (blackout)

known above all as a musician, over the last few years arto lindsay has been working on the concept of the parade as an art form in itself. arto lindsay has been chosen by the director of the 53rd daniel birnbaum international art exhibition as one of the artists in the making worlds//fare mondi section. his contribution is a parade entitled multinatural (blackout) which features a collaboration with the fondazione claudio buziol in venice.

for the venice exhibition lindsay is preparing a new musical composition based on white noise, rhythmic silence and a samba written specially for the performance. new york musician and architect peter zuspan is working with lindsay on sound design and software.

carlos casas, artist in residence at the fondazione claudio buziol, will provide the project with a video work, an editorial project and full documentation of the project as it evolves. american choreographer richard siegal is responsible for the choreography, assisted by sébastien mari (also an artist in residence at the fondazione claudio buziol). the costumes and accessories will be designed and created – under the watchful eye of arto lindsay – by students and graduates from the fashion design course at the iuav university – cattedra claudio buziol (directed by maria luisa frisa).

the parade will take place on june 5th from 6pm beginning at giardini at the venice art biennale.

arto lindsay at the venice art biennale 09 preview work at multinatural parade (blackout)

music video for arto lindsay’s song ‘beija- me’ diected by marcelo krasilcic

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