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„DIE ERDE SPRICHT“



FOR THE PODCAST SERIES „DIE ERDE SPRICHT“ A TOTAL OF 10 VOICES FROM WELL-KNOWN ARTISTS, SCIENTISTS AND WRITERS FROM GERMANY AS WELL AS ACTIVISTS, DJ`S, ARTISTS FROM 14 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

WHAT DOES JOSEPH BEUYS STILL TELL US TODAY?

HOW WILL IT BE RATED IN 2021?

AND HOW ARE HIS IDEAS ON ART, CAPITALISM, DEMOCRACY AND CLIMATE IMPLEMENTED AND TRANSFORMED TODAY?

My dear friend Francesca from Naples has created an episode for the podcast series „die erde spricht“, which is dedicated to the Neapolitan art scene and Joseph Beuys. She speaks to people who Beuys met himself, such as Giuseppe Morra, founder or the Fondazione Morra and the Neapolitan filmmaker Mario Franco. Together with the contemporary artists Raffaela Naldi Rossano and Antonio della Corte, she explores the question of what influence Beuys still has on the artistic work of young artists and what importance can be ascribed to it. Check it out!
Francesca Blandino graduated in History of Contemporary Art at Suor Orsola Benicasa University in Naples in 2010, developing a strong interest in artistic practices aimed at social issues. In 2012 she attends the Master in Museum and Performative Events Curator at IED in Rome.

Francesca worked for a long time at the Fondazione Morra in Naples. She collaborated for about a year with Galleria T293 and was production assistant and head of coordination of the non-profit organization Residency 80121. Since 2019 she has been collaborating on educational projects aimed at offering a different point of view in the experience of art and the reading of reality with the non-profit association Archintorno, based at the Scalze. She currently works for the Collezione Agovino and as a collaborator of the exhibition section and educational department of the Fondazione Morra Greco. She also offers archival consulting services for private collections (document flow management and management system for paper, digital or hybrid archives). From 2014 to date, she has published more than 40 articles in the art and culture magazine Artribune.
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