None thought the wire had a form that could give volume from nothing. Giacomo Bevanati’s final product are made without patterns, the shape come from the brain through the wire to finish in the gesture of the hand.
“What if you took off that masque you hide behind every day, what would you see? Let that be the masque you wear today”
Secret Brunch returns to it’s majestic Mansion in central London. A mansion belonging to the dead.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
A mansion where classic meets AVANT-GARDE & Classical gives way to TECH HOUSE.
The Manison of illusive Mr SB, located in Pall Mall, Central London. Upon entrace you will be greeted by his butler, who will invite you to take a walk up the grand staircase, where the party will await.
Dress-code: Expect to express yourself, ‘Who really are you, behind the mask you wear every day?’. This is most definitely not your traditional masquerade.
I am amazed at this man’s work, he just completed a commission for a theatre production, creating clothing that the dancers pull apart and put back together as part of the choreography of the dance sequence. Working a lot with modern ballet and artists Giacomo, collaborates creating a futuristic artists utopia. Some of the sculptures are displayed, like his tea set, or the hat and pipe, I particularly like his pig, or the huge pineapple all recently exhibited in Singapore gallery. We are sitting in coffee shop by day and nightclub by night in Brick Lane, just small walk from the city of London. I love how artists and bankers all coexist next to each other. As you walk the trendy streets turn the corner and stand looking at the high rises of the city of London.
The Spanish choreographer Castello Adrian and the Italian artist Giacomo Bevanati , living in Cologne and London, bring design objects into motion in their new piece. The international team of this multidisciplinary work is composed of the nationalities of Spain, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands and Germany.
Our instinct connects the origins of life with its transcendent goal: a mythological journey of man through transformations of the primitive, the (ir) rational of the emotion. A random decision that reflects your own indecision or naivety.
With its contemporary expression, this male trio speaks of the corporeality of human evolution and its identity. The disciplines of contemporary dance and aerial circus shape this artistic work. Strength, energy and rhythm are his parameters.
METAL LOVE at East End Film Festival / UEL Future Shots 3
The documentary “Metal Love” directed by Genesio De Rosa will be screened at the East End Film Festival on Saturday 21st April. The documentary will be part of a celebration of some emerging filmmakers from the University of East London’s BA Film, BA Animation and Illustration and MA Filmmaking programmes.
The Anonymous project was something that Murat Suyur had planned differently at the beginning of this year. He wanted to create images that were as raw, natural but conceptual as possible as he is new in London so basically, in a city that he hardly know anyone, Murat wanted to make people even more undefined and see what it would look like. During the development phase of the project, he met with Italian designer Giacomo Bevanati who makes mask designs under the title of “Wearable Art”.
FLUX has established itself as the platform for contemporary artists to be discovered and to be part of an exceptional, unconventional art event. Hosted by Chelsea College of Arts in London and curated by Lisa Gray, the founder of FLUX, this fifth, much anticipated edition of FLUX brings 100 artists to the fore. Gray has hand selected the very best emerging and established artists for a five-day interactive event.