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OUTDOOR II - Continental Love at WARM São Paulo

OUTDOOR II - Continental Love

curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini & WARM São Paulo

Josh Kline, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Temra Pavlovich, Janina McQuoid, Reija Merilainen, Pipilotti Rist, Karl Holmqvist, Gery Georgieva, Ricardo Carioba, Adriano Costa

WARM  São Paulo
Rua Dep Lacerda Franco, 462
Pinheiros, São Paulo, Brasil 


17/12/15 - 10/02/16


Jaakko Pallasvuo, Picasso ,Video Still




ON THINGS
SOME PEOPLE LOOK AT DIFFERENT THINGS AND STILL
THEY SEEM TO THINK THE SAME THING
SOME PEOPLE DON’T LIKE WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING AT
BUT STILL THEY CONTINUE TO LOOK AT IT
SOME PEOPLE CAN’T TAKE THEIR EYES OFF
SOME PEOPLE
SOME PEOPLE FALL IN LOVE WITH OTHER PEOPLE
BECAUSE SOME PEOPLE ARE NICE TO LOOK AT
SOME PEOPLE FALL IN LOVE WITH OTHER PEOPLE 
BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID OF THE DARK
(IF THESE PEOPLE  WERE FEARLESS PEOPLE, THEY
WOULD PERHAPS MANAGE TO BE LEFT ALONE FOR
A LONGER PERIOD OF TIME)


                                                                “ Hanne Lippard, On Things, Nuances of No, 2013”




WARM São Paulo, is pleased to present Outdoor II - Continental Love, a curated selection of artists’s videos as part of the second edition of Outdoor.

Outdoor is a film festival that happens on December 16th and repeats on January 20th, screening a guest curated selection of artists video on the outside window of WARM. The show reinforce WARM’s commitment to local and international practices.

For this edition of Outdoor, WARM São Paulo is pleased to collaborate with London based curator Attilia Fattori Franchini.

Continental Love is a selection of ten local and International artist videos flirting with ideas of displacement, nomadism, networks, identities, disperse feelings and digital desires.


Josh Kline, Forever 48, 2013. 
Jaakko Pallasvuo, Picasso, 2014.
Temra Pavlovich, Siblings, 2014.
Janina McQuoid, Presépio Vivo [Nativity scene live], 2015.
Reija Merilainen, I Think she’s dead, 2014.
Pipilotti Rist, I am a Victim of this song, 1995.
Karl Holmqvist, All the single ladies, 2009.
Gery Georgieva, Rodoposka Beyonce, 2013.
Ricardo Carioba, Vocal, 2013.
Adriano Costa, Reality, Post Internet or Internet, 2015.


* Attilia Fattori  Franchini is an independent curator based in London and co-founder of the online platforms bubblebyte.org and Opening Times.
Between 2013 and 2014 she has initiated and curated The Basement at Paradise Row Gallery, a parallel programme dedicated to young unrepresented artists. 
Fattori  Franchini’s work explores in particular networked cultures and the creation of hybrid platforms for the production and display of art. 
Current and Recent projects include: Basic Instinct, Seventeen, London, Visiting Curator, MFA degree show 2015, Kuvat Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Open Source Festival, London, Guest Curator, Bold Tendencies 2015, London.