Slam Jam & Cav Empt Build a Video Installation at Spazio Maiocchi

Alongside Anna Uddenburg sculptures and a NOWNESS screening program.

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To celebrate Milan Fashion Week 2018, fledgling social space Spazio Maiocchi recently launched three new projects by Cav Empt, Berlin-based artist Anna Uddenberg, and NOWNESS. Made in collaboration with Slam Jam, Japanese streetwear stalwart Cav Empt produced a short documentary entitled The Clothes Themselves that draws inspiration from Italian philosopher Riccardo Manzotti’s “Spread Mind” theory that is featured in a video installation. Uddenberg created a series of sculptures portraying hyper-sexualized female figures, non-figurative works, and an artist book entitled KALEIDOSCOPE. Lastly, NOWNESS’ Videoclub spotlighted a screening program called “Radically Queer” that explores the past, present, and future status of queer culture.

Tour the space above and head over to Spazio Maiocchi’s official website to learn more about the projects. In related stories, take a look at this week’s best art drops.

Spazio Maiocchi
Via Achille Maiocchi 7
Milan, Italy 20129

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