Sculpture and Installations

“In Situ”, when the orientation turns into art

Student to student. From those who seek their own future, gathering information and opportunities, to those who have decided to follow the path of creativity, between innovation and art. This is the scenario, in the context of RUFA Space, in Via degli Ausoni 7 in the heart of the San Lorenzo district in Rome, which on Thursday, February 6, starting at 3.30 pm, will host the talk “In Situ”.

Not a “simple” meeting, but a human correspondence of expectations, dreams and possibilities: four young RUFA graduates in Visual Arts, Christophe Constantin, Marco De Rosa, Francesca Cornacchini and Federica Di Pietrantonio, will confront with actual RUFA students and with those attending art high schools.

The common ground is not only that of training: the interview is intended to be a sort of bridge to facilitate entry into the world of professions. The talks, coordinated by RUFA lecturers Davide Dormino, Fabrizio Pizzuto, Emiliano Coletta and Fabrizio dell’Arno, will alternate with the talk by gallery managers Armando Porcari and Fabrizio Del Signore, giving a very complete and diversified overview of the meaning of the word artist and the positive and dynamic implications it implies.

The suggestion of the meeting is also given by the context. The San Lorenzo district confirms itself as a cultural hub of the highest profile: RUFA Space is an integral part of Pastificio Cerere, an ideal link between book study and career, offering itself as a museological and expressive agora.

“In Situ” wants to be a reversal of the classic orientation process, facilitating the comparison from artist to artist.