Cantastoria - Exhibition Views
Ignasi Aballi; Aram Bartholl; Adam Bateman; Beehive Design Collective; Aleksandra Domanovic; Omer Fast; Jakup Ferri; Janos Fodor; Carey Ann Francis; Rainer Ganahl; Andy Graydon; Pablo Helguera; Bob Moss; Lucia Nimcova; Lisa Oppenheim; REP Group; Ignacio Uriarte;
LanguageJournalismSalt Lake Art Centervideo artHistoriansstorytelling
Historically, cantastoria, which means “history singer” or “sung story” in Italian, were prominent in preliterate culture as vehicles for transmitting news and heritage. Their information was conveyed theatrically in a town square through song and pictograms. UMOCA’s group exhibition explores the notion of the cantastoria as a metaphor across cultures and specifically within contemporary art. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery Space.
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