TOC CENTRE -
- TOC, Troubles Obsessionnels Contemporains,
is an art curatorial platform based in Italy and France promoting exhibitions, artistic residencies, screenings, happenings, workshops and educational projects.
It was created by apsninfa and Les Traces Dupleix and operates at the intersection of contemporary art and research.


EXHIBIT -
 - Closed for Opening
 - Toc&Diarc
   Shuffling Parasites

 - Toc Prélude

INRESIDENCE -
 - Cosimo Terlizzi
 - Patrizia Emma Scialpi 
 - Shuffling Parasites
   Research Program 18

 - Rossella Piccinno
 - Diomede Stabile  
 - Emmanuel Lefrant 
 - Pamela Campagna
 - Bruna Sigillo 
   e Gabriella Mastrangelo

 

WORKSHOP -
 - Mapping the Unseen
 - Expanding Cinema 
 - TOC OHM
 - TOC Summer School 17
   Focus on Abilities
 
 - TOC Winter School 17
   Shuffling Parasites
 
 - A.A.A.
 - Conversations 
   on Parasitisms
 
 - Architectures 
   Without Architects

 - Shuffle Screening
   Projects
 - Incontri del terzo luogo/
   Entrustments

 - Spotting Beauties
 - Unipolis/Culturability 17

   
SCREENING NIGHTS - 
 - Endemico
 - Entrustments  
 - Lightcone Archive
   and practices




Mark
25.5.19  

CLOSED FOR OPENING


h 19
@Clocktower
Copertino - Italy

free admission





Closed for opening is the title of the new exhibition promoted at Clocktower.
The show explores the visible and invisible activities produced in two years during our residency programs focused more than anything on education processes and social engagement. “Closed for Opening” connects also different spaces with our historical venue creating a dialogue through the sites. During the opening is possible to have a unique experience: through different disciplines and artistic languages the Clocktower will show works by Patrizia Emma Scialpi, Labuat Collective in collaboration wit Gabriella Mastrangelo and Bruna Sigillo, and a ‘parasite’ co-created by a special team headed by TOC and University Federico II/DiARC in Naples.
The show will also be accompanied by an artist’s book.





PATRIZIA EMMA SCIALPI -
Mandàla 1, 2, 3
(3 video, loop, 5’ ca, 2018-2019)








Mark