5 Feb 2023

Tomaso Binga. Between visual poetry, performance and feminism

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Like a living picture, I recite the poem.” The artist, poet and performer Tomaso Binga, born Bianca Pucciarelli Menna, was the protagonist of a round table held on Friday 18 November at 17:00 in the Cinema Room of the Museo Novecento.

The meeting, moderated by Sergio Risaliti, Director of the Museo Novecento, will see alternating interventions by: Ilaria Bonacossa, Director of the newly established National Museum of Digital Art; Raffaella Perna, Professor of Contemporary Art History at the University of Rome La Sapienza; Chiara Portesine, Researcher at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa; Stefania Zuliani, Professor of Theory of Art Criticism and Theory of Museums and Exhibitions in the Contemporary Age at the University of Salerno. The artist was present at the talk who, in addition to engaging in dialogue with the speakers, performed some of her famous performative poems.

Tomaso Binga, Between visual poetry, performance and feminism was born from the desire to provide insight into the installation of the work PAX that stands out on the external facade of the former Leopoldine, presented on the occasion of the eighteenth edition of the Contemporary Day promoted by AMACI and in collaboration with Frittelli contemporary art and with the Galleria Tiziana di Caro.