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Stretcher Boemio

Stretcher Boemio she is an art writer, research curator and theorist whose practice investigates contemporary aesthetics. Look at the role played by political activism, and forms of socialization influenced by the media and the moving image; is associated with the AICA (International Art Critics). Recent curatorial projects include the exhibition Jerome Chazeix: The coat of hipness (sheer materials) in the Altaroma2020 calendar, made by Label201 (2020); the research project developed with the Arts Council England with the artist Marina Moreno (2019-2020), the Peter Ydeen exhibition: Easter Nights at the AOC F58 Galleria Bruno Lisi, a Roma (2021) and the collaboration with the CRASHH museum for the Cambridge Festival, archaeologist and cartographer (2021).
In 2016 was the curator of Diminished Capacity, the first national pavilion of Nigeria at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, with the title Reporting from the Front; in the same year he participated with a lecture at The Social (4th International Association for Visual Culture Biennial Conference) organized at Boston University in Massachusetts.; in 2013 she was associate curator of Portable Nation. Disappearance As Work in progress - Approaches to Ecological Romanticism, the national pavilion of the Maldives at the 55th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, by title The Encyclopedic Palace.
In 2017, he cured Delivering Obsolescence: Art Bank, Data Bank, Food Bank, a special project of the 5th Odessa Biennale of Contemporary Art.
In 2018; took part in the VVM project at Tate Liverpool.
An essay on the research of the artist Maria Rebecca Ballestra can be found in the publication ROAR edita dalla Cambridge School of Art, which explores how artistic and aesthetic strategies address the concepts of sustainability; and its volume As Brilliant As the Sun published by Vanillaedizioni reconstructs a journey into the artistic practices of California and around the city of Rome, creating a link between two places of art united by analogies and contradictions.

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