Spurred by an idea of Michele Guerra’s, the exhibition is curated by Antonio Somaini and encourages to consider how our perception of time and space, of vision and feeling as well as our interaction with everything around us have changed since the introduction of moving pictures. Divided into various sections, the exhibition is a fascinating journey through time, revealing all its relativity and plasticity in works by artists such as Douglas Gordon, Rosa Barba, Tacita Dean, and filmmakers such as Martin Arnold, Harun Farocki, Jean-Luc Godard and Bill Morrison. Parma 2020 : Time Machine. Vedere e sperimentare il tempo...
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