Photography and Audiovisual

RUFA until next September 22nd the School of Photography in exhibition at Palazzo Braschi

On one side Piazza Navona, on the other the privileged access to Campo de’ Fiori: unique symbols, between architecture and history, of the eternal city. This is the setting that hosts Palazzo Braschi, originally the papal seat and today the cultural agora of the Museum of Rome.
The RUFA students of the School of Photography, coordinated by teachers Alessandro Carpentieri, Stefano Compagnucci and Raffaele Simongini, are an active part of the project “Rome in the darkroom”: a choice of over 300 images that from the beginning of photography reaches the contemporary.
In this articulated path, the Academy of Fine Arts legally recognized by Miur has programmed its own space entitled “Flâneur Roma”, in order to know the capital from a different and alternative point of view. The disinterested gaze helps to get lost in the streets, in the squares as in a forest full of symbols, walking aimlessly and capturing details that usually escape because overwhelmed by the frenetic everyday life.
To make this unusual journey driven by the teachers, in an iteration that generates art and knowledge: Martina Acanfora, Rachele Alessandrelli, Sareh Asgarian, Arianna Ciarimboli, Daniele Cimaglia, Niccolò Consolo, Antonio Cornacchia, Flavia Daniele, Angelo De Marchis, Eduardo De Matteis, Claudia Frisardi, Amparo Lavezzo, Paola Ledderucci, Denise Mazzarella, Noemi Montaleone, Alessia Mugnari, Federica Pace, Chiara Pellegrini, Asia Pierotti, Riccardo Pisetti, Arianna Santini, Francesca Santoro, Arianna Savo, Giovanna Scozzese, Vanessa Spirito, Angela Strano, Lorenzo Valle, Agnese Zingaretti.
The soundtrack, instead, was made by editing sounds, taken from you tube, of authoritative personalities from the world of entertainment, art, politics and costume, who have represented over half a century, between vices and virtues, the Romanity: Federico Fellini, Anna Magnani, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Vittorio Gassman, Carlo Verdone, Ettore Petrolini, Achille Bonito Oliva, Giorgo de Chirico, Franco Simongini, Mario Schifano, Francesco Totti, Alvaro Vitali, Bombolo, Remo Remotti. And again the vocal sequences taken from “Ecce Bombo” by Nanni Moretti, “Lo chiamavano Jeeg Robot” by Gabriele Mainetti and “Non essere cattivo” by Claudio Caligari.