Tues. 29th January 2019, h 9 pm 
With the presence of the artist Adrian Paci
Auditorium Piazza Libertà - Bergamo IT 
curated by Contemporary Locus and Lab 80 film

Contemporary Locus and Lab 80 film return together to present the third appointment of Art Movie, an international project born with the aim of presenting, distributing and producing experimental films by artists.
In the Art Movie research, the work of Adrian Paci is like a torch that subtracts and gives back the figure of the artist from the dark. The narrative through moving images, played in four moments specially selected by Paci - the video works Believe me I am an artist (7 ', 2000), Piktori (3' 30 '', 2002), Electric blue (15 ', 2010) and The Column (24', 2013) - investigates the condition of the artist even before the contents and the instruments used by him. In a pertinent randomness, it is the video Electric blue to investigate the relationship between camera and life, illusions and reality, to bring us to a critical relationship between art and cinema with a dazzling sensibility.

The ticket is 6 euros, 5 reduction (for Contemporary Locus public) e 4 for Lab 80 members.

Adrian Paci
Adrian Paci is one of the most active artists of the international contemporary scene. Born in 1969 in Scutari, Albania, he graduated at Academy of Art of Tirana, in 1997 moved to Milan where he lives and works. Over his career he exhibited in different solo shows such as at Kunsthaus Zurich, Istanbul Modern and at Bloomberg Space in London (2010), at CCA in Tel Aviv (2008), at Kunstverein Hannover (2008); at Museum am Ostwall in Dortmund (2007), at Galleria Civica of Modena (2006), at P.S.1 in New York and at Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston (2005). His most recent solo show is the big one at National Gallery of Kosovo, Prishtina, in 2012. His works were showed in many group exhibitions, at MAXXI, Rome (2012), at ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany (2011), at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin (2010), at Kunsthaus Granz (2009), at MART in Rovereto (2009) and at Tate Modern in London (2008), at Power Plant in Toronto and at P.S.1 in New York (2007), at Kunsthalle Fridericianum in Kassel and at Spazio Oberdan in Milan (2006). He has also taken part in the leading contemporary art main venues including Manifesta in 2000, Biennale di Venezia in 1999 and in 2005, Biennale of Sydney in 2006, Quadriennale di Roma in 2008 in which he won the first price and he also participated at the Biennale de Lyon in 2009.