Effetto 48 is a multidisciplinary festival that takes place over 48 hours in 19 locations located between the village of Panicale (PG) and its surroundings. Over 80 artists will be involved in the second edition to form a billboard featuring more than 30 events, including theatre and dance performances, concerts, screenings, exhibitions and workshops.
This year Poetry and Laughter will be the themes proposed to the invited artists, most of whom will present new productions created ad hoc in the Panicale area.
Among the artists there will be: Francesco Di Leva, Roberto Abbiati, Hawad, Orchester Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp, Antonino Siringo, Antonio Raia, Nuovo Balletto di Toscana, Elisa Cuppini, Alberto Masala, Paolo Fiore Angelini.
On the afternoon of Sunday 28 March 2021, the village of Panicale, a few kilometres from Perugia, will welcome artists, students and piano and music lovers to its eighteenth-century Cesare Caporali Theatre for Piano Day 2021.
The concerts will be broadcast live on Facebook and, thanks to the audio diffusion in the streets and clubs of Panicale, they will be available to the whole village.
A multidisciplinary festival that takes place over 48 hours: music, theater, performance, literature, cinema and dance follow one another and intertwine, giving shape to a collective representation, staged from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon.
"Effetto 48" is an opportunity to respond to the need to meet each other, to share, to discuss and listen, to discover, rediscover and to say something. The artists, the public and the inhabitants of Panicale together become protagonists and performers of a short but intense time. The art of meeting in four turns of the clock.
The Il Pavone collective, through a research path undertaken in the Sicilian countryside, aims to generate an act focused on the relationship between the permanence of the gesture and the motion generated by it.
This research is also inspired by the life and works of Joseph Beuys.
Ponte di Archimede Produzioni is pleased to announce the publication of the volume Requiem and Other Plays, a collection of six works written and staged between 1996 and 2012 by Elena Matacena.
Cassata Drone Expanded Archive - Preferire l'ombra
Artists: James Bridle, Valentina Furian, Paolo Cirio, Il Pavone, Julius Neubronner, Marco Strappato
Curators: Giacomo Pigliapoco, Luca Gennati
Art Director: G. olmo stuppia
In Palermo from the 25th of September to the 30th of October 2019
Based in Panicale, province of Perugia (Italy), Arca di Pan is a space open to all forms of Art. It is established in an old crusher, abandoned for more than fifty years, accustomed to welcome the interdisciplinarity of contemporary languages.
A video-interview with the Iraqi writer Itikal Al Taii made in Budapest in August 2019 by Genny Petrotta and Giordano Acquaviva. The short-movie was produced by Ponte di Archimede Produzioni and Biblioteca Arkès within the crowdfunding campaign aimed at publishing the first Italian edition of the book “Le fave di Babilonia” (The Beans of Babylon).
Made in ROME in the last spring of the 2010s
Conceived inside the lands of Ponte di Archimede Produzioni and in Silvia Marsano's private house in Rome.
“Building an imaginary maze means to reflect and relate to a space, to pass trough it, to destroy it, ascribing a meaning.”
Selected for the documentary section of the International Film Festival - Laceno d'oro 44 (Avellino, December 1-8, 2019). The movie testifies the meetings happened during about a year's time between photographer Fabio Donato and director Giordano Acquaviva. Moving from the pictures, a private and intimate connection spontaneously arose between them in a dialogue that reached to tell the inseparable dicotomy between Art and Life.
Italy, 2019, 33' - Trailer
A recipe with an old story and deep roots revisited by a crew which bears a mixture of cultures and knowledges, where a migrant manpower and a land with its inhabitants' hospitality break down all possible walls...
Italy, 2018, 36'50" - Trailer
Funky Tomato was a Benefit Company produced by Ponte di Archimede Produzioni from 2015 until 2017.
The project combined agricultural practices and creative practices to investigate the social. The resulting cultural movement led to three tours in the ghettos between Puglia and Calabria and events such as the Baba Sissoko concert at MACRO in Rome or the first edition of the Sky Arte Festival in Naples.