Fondazione Antonio Ratti

Causal Loops / Squiggles

13 July 2019
FAR - Villa Sucota

Causal Loops/ Squiggles is the exhibition held for the 25th edition of CSAV - Artists' Research Laboratory. During the course, nineteen young international artists worked together with Ei Arakawa, Nora Schultz and Kasper Konig.

On 13 July, in the middle of the course, collective and personal interventions and performances took place in Villa Sucota according to the programme described by the artists as:

It's coming: Live concert (probably): Zero Desire (former 12 Angry Men), Squiggles, Performances, Casual Loops (or Causal Loops), Food, Drinks, maybe Music, Dogs, Nice park with tremendous view, David Guetta, casual local grindr dates, guests from Milan, Kasper the friendly ghost, hypnotist doggo, spasmodic connections, lemons are ripe, Lottery, Ei&Nik, Small-talk about Russian Dolls, pocket betrayals, thoughtful negotiators, Café Abyss, caffè disaffecto, binge watching, no swimming (toes might fall off), cash prize, no pool but(t) floating devices! Three drinks only! Formal yet sensual clothing is required (aka flip flops and swimsuit or naked), Arto.

The participating artists were: Ei Arakawa (Japan), Ilan Bachl (Germany), Lorenzo Benedetti (Italy/Netherlands), Pietro Bonfanti (Italy), Marc Buchy (France), Letizia Calori & Violette Maillard (Italy), Amos Cappuccio (Italy), Nikolas Gambaroff (Germany), Daniel Jablonski (Brazil), Stefan Klein (Germany), Kasper König (German), Wes Lario (USA), Laura Leppert (Germany), Douna Lim & Théo Pesso (France), Gregorio Magnani (Italy), Edoardo Manzoni (Italy), Michael Sven Meier (Germany), Tomàs Nervi (Argentina), Deirdre O'Leary (Irish / Swiss), Annie Ratti (Italy), Alan Segal (Argentina), Nora Schultz (Germany), Paulo Wirz (Brazil), Eleni Wittbrodt (Germany).

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