The Marignoli di Montecorona Foundation supports a new project by JAŠA at the 56th Venice Biennal

The Marignoli di Montecorona Foundation is extremely pleased to announce the support of “UTTER / the violent necessity for the embodied presence of hope”, a new project by JAŠA for the Slovenian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennial. The project is conceived as a spatial installation and on-site performance that will bind the artist, his col­laborators and the public together for the duration of the Biennale. As the artist states, “It is my goal to use the Slovenian Pavilion as a platform to confront an international audience with the overall project experience as a living functional mechanism driven by the solidarity of all elements involved: installation, visual elements, lighting, projections, sound, and performance”. For more information and to follow the project during the whole duration of Venice Biennale, visit the official website for the project: http://www.utter-project.net/ Michele Drascek, Chief Curator of Projects of the Foundation, is the curator of the Slovenian Pavilion and will also participate in the performance.

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