Michele Tajariol & Lorenzo Cianchi – Lažno dno / FalseBottom

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Michele Tajariol & Lorenzo Cianchi – FalseBottom, 2013.

Projekt Lažno dno (2013.) dvojca kojeg čine Michele Tajariol i Lorenzo Cianchi bavi se odnosom krijumčara i teritorija, sposobnošću krijumčarenja, skrivanja i nezakonitog prijenosa robe. FalseBottom je istraživanje podijeljeno u dva dijela: prvenstveno izdvajanje karata koje su izradili mjesni stanovnici, koji su imali doticaja s krijumčarenjem ili su odigrali u njemu neku ulogu, te sukobljavanje sa snagama sigurnosti koje sprečavaju ilegalan promet. Usporedba karata koje su nacrtali mještani i službenih karata omogućuje umjetnicima da kreiraju i treću kartu i iskušaju neki od krijumčarskih puteva. Prema prijedlozima i uputama mještana Tajariol i Cianchi također kreiraju posebnu umjetničku prtljagu za prijenos nove karte, koja postaje i predmet trgovanja i predmet za trgovanje.

The project FalseBottom by the duo Michele Tajariol and Lorenzo Cianchi reflects on the relationship between traffickers and territories, on the capability of smuggling, hiding and transporting objects illegally. FalseBottom is a research divided in two parts: firstly the individuation of maps drawn by locals who have been in contact or played a role in smuggling and, subsequently, a confrontation with the security force who prevent illegal traffic. Comparing maps drawn by locals with official maps allows artists to create a third map and to try out one of the smugglers’ itinerary. Following locals’ suggestions and instructions Tajariol and Cianchi also create a specific art-luggage to transport the new map, which becomes both a traded and a trading object.

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Michele Tajariol & Lorenzo Cianchi – FalseBottom, 2013.

Photos by Robert Sošić


eulogo  “With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union”

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