TOC CENTRE -
- TOC, Troubles Obsessionnels Contemporains
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is a non-profit curatorial platform promoting exhibitions, artistic residencies, screenings, happenings, workshops and educational projects.
Created by apsninfa and Les Traces Dupleix/Paris, its mission is to combine artists’ work with a school of critical thinkers, producers, curators and creatives around the world.



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SCREENING NIGHTS
- Inside//Outside
- Endemico
- Entrustments  
- Lightcone Archive
  and practices



TOC CENTRE FOR CURATORIAL PRACTICES
- Mapping the Unseen
- Expanding Cinema
- TOC OHM
- EURAU 2018
- Shuffling Parasites
   Research Program 18

- 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


EXHIBIT
 - Closed for Opening
 - Toc&Diarc
   Shuffling Parasites

 - Toc Prélude


INRESIDENCE
 - Cosimo Terlizzi
 - Patrizia Emma Scialpi
 - Rossella Piccinno
 - Diomede Stabile  
 - Emmanuel Lefrant 
 - Pamela Campagna
 - Bruna Sigillo 
   e Gabriella Mastrangelo

 



 




Mark
10/15.8.17

TOC SUMMER SCHOOL 17

FOCUS ON ABILITIES


@Clocktower - Copertino
@Campus Giacche Verdi - Frigole

free admission with reservation




What can a body do?

TOC wants to challenge oppressive dominant narratives that situate peculiar body features as personal limitations rather than cultural tools.

Within the framework of the social model of disability, a disruptive curatorial practice have the power to subvert the normative narratives through shared creation, by shaping and re-presenting disability in public spaces.

For his fist summer school ‘Focus on Abilities’ TOC Centre for Curatorial Practices is in Copertino and Frigole, Italy, focusing on the promotion of environmental sustainability through pet therapy and playful activities for people with disability. 

Diomede Stabile, activist and accessibility expert, and Rossella Piccinno, artist and filmmaker, are discussing and playing about accessibility and techniques of active listening and interaction for artists and curators.







Mark