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Forelesning

Diego Marcon, Ludwig (video still), 2018, CGI animation, colour, sound, loop. Produced with the support of Fondazione MAXXI—Museo delle Arti del XXI Secolo, Roma, & Bvlgari. © Courtesy the artist & Ermes-Ermes, Vienna
Diego Marcon, Ludwig (video still), 2018, CGI animation, colour, sound, loop. Produced with the support of Fondazione MAXXI—Museo delle Arti del XXI Secolo, Roma, & Bvlgari. © Courtesy the artist & Ermes-Ermes, Vienna

Open Forum: An evening in the dark with Diego Marcon

Open Forum invites Italian artist Diego Marcon for an informal conversation with professor Mike Sperlinger.

An evening in the dark with Diego Marcon (in conversation with Mike Sperlinger) will be held at Black Box at the Art Academy in Oslo, KHiO - (ask at reception if you get lost). Free and open to all (snacks & refreshments provided).

Open Forum invites Italian artist Diego Marcon for an informal conversation with Mike Sperlinger, which will include an opportunity to see a few of Diego’s short films. Working mainly across film & video, Diego explores the relationship between reality & its representation, in relationship to various film genres, such as slapstick comedy, horror, the musical, & the cartoon. His interest in the more sombre realms of the human psyche is represented by the recurrent motif of childhood to evoke a primary, vulnerable human condition.

*Warning: Films contain flashing images that may cause discomfort or trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Films unsuitable for children.

Diego Marcon (b. 1985, IT) is a visual artist working mostly with film & video. His works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in spaces such as Museo MADRE, Naples; Fondazione Prada, Milan; Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore/LASALLE, Singapore; La Triennale di Milano, Milan; MAXXI & MACRO, Rome; Museion, Bozen; Centre international d’art et du paysage, Vassivière; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, Paris.
His films have been screened in film festivals worldwide, including the International Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam; Viennale, Vienna; Festival du nouveau cinéma, Montréal; Cinéma du Réel, Paris; Courtisane, Ghent; BFI, London; FID Marseille, Marseille & doclisboa, Lisbon.
In 2021, his last film "The Parents' Room" premiered at 74th Cannes Film Festival, as part of the official selection of the Directors' Fortnight.

http://www.diegomarcon.net/

Mike Sperlinger is Professor of writing & theory at Oslo Academy of Fine Art.

Open Forum is a student-run initiative from the Academy of Fine Art in Oslo that facilitates lectures, talks & other live events within fluid settings.

Image: Diego Marcon, Ludwig (video still), 2018, CGI animation, colour, sound, loop. Produced with the support of Fondazione MAXXI—Museo delle Arti del XXI Secolo, Roma, & Bvlgari. © Courtesy the artist & Ermes-Ermes, Vienna