Please join us Wednesday, September 20, 6 - 9 p.m, for the opening of E se l’orizzonte non fosse il confine? [What if the horizon was not a border?] Nicolò Degiorgis's first solo show at the gallery.
Plus, Saturday, September 30 we will host a special project by Rebecca Pak, titled: Bar Somente Hoje a temporary bar that is activated starting from the sharing of a recipe by the artist, the supplimchi de bacalhau.
The event has a limited number of places and requires reservation. To participate in the event and taste the supplimchi de bacalhau you must send an email to email@example.com and specify whether you want to participate in the first (5:30-7:00pm) or second (7:00-8:30pm) round.
The recipe invented by the artist crosses the three cultures that informed her background (Korean, Brazilian, Italian) and combines the bacalhau Gomes de Sá: a traditional Portuguese cod recipe, as a reminiscence of the Brazilian colonial past; kimchi: a Korean side dish made from fermented beets with garlic and chili pepper; and the supplì: a Roman fried rice-based dish.
The supplimchi de bacalhau is not a typical dish of any place, but a constant renegotiation of the various layers of times and spaces that intercept each other: the Brazilian colonial past, a Korean diaspora now rooted in São Paulo and the continuity of a condition in progress that the artist brings into the present while living in Italy.