Vanina Saracino


Vanina Saracino is an independent curator currently based in Berlin.
She is the co-founder and director of OLHO video art cinema, an international curatorial project based in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Since 2013, she curates monthly video art programs on the experimental, non-narrative television channel ikonoTV, and is responsible of the external projects in collaboration with museums and institutions worldwide. With ikonoTV, in 2015, she initiated Art Speaks Out, a yearly exhibition project on climate change also shown at the Istanbul Modern Museum (2015) and within ArtCOP22 (Marrakesh, 2016). Other projects include Uncharted Land (OLHO 2016, in Sao Paolo, Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro); Adrian Paci: A State of Temporary Permanence, for Lovely Days at Kino Mediteran, Bol, Croatia (2016); Vertical World – approaching gravity, (General Public, Berlin, 2012); Un Lugar Habitable es un Evento (Centro Cultural Facultad de Artes, Medellín, Colombia, 2012). Graduated in Communication Sciences with a thesis in semiotics of the arts, she holds a masters degree in Arts Management (GIOCA, Università di Bologna) and a MA in Philosophy and Art Theory (UAB, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona).
She is member of the IKT, international association of curators.

“Lost Dimension” er er et spesialkuratert program med bevegelige bilder av Vanina Saracino, som bringer sammen seks internasjonalt anerkjente kunstnere for å reflektere omkring transformasjonen og utviklingen av nye romoppfattelser under simuleringsprinsippet. Filmene inviterer publikum til å ta i bruk kinorommet som et midlertidig rom, heller enn et livløst lerett. Les mer om det her // Read more here:

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