Misunderstandings is a procedure for defining areas of non-knowledge in the collection, and thus proceeding to its re-definition, re-reading and re-writing.
Putting a collection together involves a permanent practice of translating absences. First of all, there are the absences intrinsic to the very act of collecting. Putting a collection together is a matter of sorting and choosing, and as such it is an act of externalization. An endless de-territorialization. Then a collection is also fragments. We retain “scraps” of things from moments of history. The collection hides more than it shows.
The symposium will present and question the project undertaken by CAMPO to read and react to the collection of the Frac Centre Val de Loire through the following reading grid: Fear/Structure, Hope/System, Nostalgia/Form, and Surprise/Limit. For this construct, the vocabulary of architecture is as if transported elsewhere, as if impaired by human emotions.
Gianfranco Bombaci (Campo Roma)
Matteo Costanzo (Campo Roma)
Luca Galofaro (Campo Roma)
Davide Sacconi (Campo Roma)
Thomas Raynaud (Building Building)
Ido Avissar (LIST)
Pablo Castro (OBRA)
Beate Hølmebakk & Per Tamsen (Manthey Kula)
Ambra Fabi & Giovanni Piovene (Piovene Fabi)
Adrien Durrmeyer & Max Turnheim (UHO)
Fosco Lucarelli & Mariabruna Fabrizi (Socks Studio)