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'Languer' by Rada Koželj and Germana Frattini with a text by Roberta Mansueto at Lungo Stura Lazio, Turin



Lungo Stura Lazio presents Languer, an exhibition with paintings by Rada Koželj, photography by Germana Frattini and a text by Roberta Mansueto. Various interventions in the form of chants and songs built around a variety of performative characterizations by Rada Koželj will accompany the opening ceremony. Sparklings, glitterings, eggs, ceremonial tablecloth, silverwares, and dead flowers are all fragments of a crepuscular atmosphere built around the gestural/at times obsessively detailed painterly sign of Rada Koželj and around the traces of a spectral narration in the photographic serie of Germana Frattini. The textual contribution by Roberta Mansueto expands the works' contextual tension in a poetic reading of the exhibition departing from the idea of a meal as a form of alchemical, carnal and mystical banquet.

Organized and curated by mrzb

Texts by Roberta Mansueto and the artists.

Translations by Giulia Lenti

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