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February 3 - March 31, 2024


Over and Over and Over by Anthony Corner. Curated by Luca Berta, Francesca Giubilei

February 3 - March 31, 2024

Wednesday - Saturday, 11am-6pm, or on appointment
Free admittance

Opening: February 3rd, 2024 


5pm - Q&A Event at COSMO - Cultural Platform for Sound, Visual and Performing Arts / C. S. Cosmo 624, Giudecca 

6pm - Exhibition Preview at SPUMA - Space for the Arts / Fond.ta San Biagio 800R, Giudecca (a few steps away from COSMO)

Participation is free

How to reach us
COSMO: C.S. Cosmo 624 Maps
SPUMA Space for the arts: Fondamenta San Biagio 800R Maps
Nearest vaporetto stop: Giudecca Palanca

Discover Corner’s artworks on Artsy: Anthony Corner - Artworks for Sale & More | Artsy

Download the press release here

VeniceArtFactory presents a new exhibition by British artist Anthony Corner.

“Anthony’s artistry evokes a profound and often unconscious merging of the senses. While visually captivating, his work delves deeper by alluding to the realms of touch and sound, creating a synaesthetic-like experience for the observer;” says psychologist and neuro-scientist Michael Banissy, in describing Corner’s work, which will be on show from February 3rd, 2024.

The exhibition is accompanied by a limited-edition publication including an essay from thephilosopher and writer Alex McKeown, exploring Corner’s background and motivations. McKeown observes: “The value of art, including the body of work to which Anthony has committed his life derives partly from… the basis of a single individual’s unique experience what is true for all when faced with the challenge of being here, and the gravity of having to evaluate; to decide; to choose; to act; and to create – deliberately, repeatedly, over and over – that is to say, of having to live; for a limited period, moment to moment.”

To open the exhibition Corner will be joined in conversation with Banissy and philosopher and writer Alex McKeown at the COSMO-Cultural Platform for Sound, Visual and Performing Arts, where they’ll be discussing the themes and psychology of the work.

Curators Luca Berta and Francesca Giubilei have brought together their experimental style and hybridisation of sensory experiences to perfectly present this new show.

Francesco Allegretto

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