- 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.

 - Closed for Opening
 - Toc&Diarc
   Shuffling Parasites

 - Toc Prélude

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

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


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

 - Shuffle Screening
 - Incontri del terzo luogo/

 - Spotting Beauties
 - Unipolis/Culturability 17

 - Endemico
 - Entrustments  
 - Lightcone Archive
   and practices


TOC&DiARC Shuffling Parasites

@Napoli, SS. Demetrio e Bonifacio Church
Piazza Teodoro Monticelli
h. 18.00

free admission

TOC-Centre and DiARC are happy to invite you to the showcase of the program “Shuffling parasites” based on the possible interactions between architecture, public spaces and moving images. The research program has involved some students of DiArc (Department of Architecture of the University “Federico “II” of Naples), coordinated by Bruna Sigillo and Maria Luna Nobile, phD and teachers at the graduation class 5UE, with the support of the collective 72H

In this occasion the students, tutors and teachers will present the first phase of the project, coordinated by TOC with DiARC.

The activities of the workshop are part of TOC Shuffling Parasites Research Program, a program linking this process with the research of the visual artist and film-maker Cosimo Terlizzi, the landscapist Gabriele Fanuli and Patrizia Emma Scialpi, visual artist. They are investigating on the theme of parasite in nature, and its visual representations.

in collaboration with

Università Federico II di Napoli/DiARC