Ripetizione Spaziata The title of the work takes its …


Ripetizione Spaziata
The title of the work takes its name from a deferred repetition system used in educational settings to assist in the storage of information.
The research takes place between San Costantino Albanese, a well-known Arbëreshë village in Basilicata, and Matera, exploring themes of migration, language and technology. In the context of work, migration is understood as the movement of people, but also as linguistic variation, or the movement of a language from one place to another. Here, ideas of nation, identity and tradition intersect with a reflection on language as technology and the role of technology in linguistic changes imposed from above, and those that filter from below.
Bruno’s work communicates on various levels with the current I-DEA exhibition curated by Pelin Tan and Liam Gillick, expanding the themes of modernization during the second post-war period explored by the curator and the artist.
I-DEA Cava Paradiso, Matera Italy


The New Alphabet– Opening Days The New Alphabet
HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin


OFF-Biennale Budapest Taking Time
Exhibition project of Critique & Culture e. V. | The event is part of the OFF-Biennále Budapest program.
Giulia Bruno (IT/DE), Nicoline van Harskamp (NL), Zsolt Vásárhelyi & Kati Simon(HU/DE)
Curated & organised by Kati Simon and Zsolt Vásárhelyi
30.09– 22.10.2017