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IHUH - ROME

Impossible Humans - The Unexpected Happening.

A visionary performance of contemporary art, music and new visual arts, where the Pollock Project’s jazz meets the imaginative world of the artists from the New Era Museum (NEM).

IMPOSSIBLE HUMANS - "THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENING" (IHUH)

"LABELS ARE FOR JARS. NOT FOR PEOPLE " (Andy Warhol)

A visionary performance of contemporary art, music and new visual arts, where the Pollock Project’s Jazz meets the imaginative world of the artists from the New Era Museum (NEM).

LOCATIONS OF THE IHUH EVENT

  • WHEREAUDITORIUM PARCO DELLA MUSICA - ROME
  • WHEN: March 12 2016
  • EXHIBITION: GALLERIA LANCELLOTTI FROM MARCH 11 TO MARCH 26.
  • SHOOTING SET: AUDITORIUM FOYER.
  • CONCERT: AUDITORIUM TEATRO STUDIO.
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THE INTERNATIONAL JURY

The IHUH International Jury is formed by 10 Mobile Arts Artists:

ALEX VISAGE (Russia)

Photographer and awarded iPhoneographer.
 

ALDO PACHECO (Canada)

Studied Electronic Engineer, specializing in wireless telecommunications
Professional jeweler, enthusiastic writer, musician, ceramist, and photographer
Relocated to Canada from Peru in 2006 and discovered iphoneography in 2010
NEM founder artist, curator of NEM KARMA, NEM PURE, FIPA gate keeper and member of the NEM ALOGUE
Personal iphonic art projects: Cadavre Exquis on Facebook
Artwork featured in NEM Photo Actions, Pixels, and various other publications
internationally acclaimed awards include MPA 2013, 2014, 2015  and MIRA Mobile Prize 2014, 2015
Artwork exhibited in cities including Porto, Paris, Los Angeles, and Florence
 

ANDY BUTLER (United Kingdom)

Andy Butler is a UK iPhone photographer and founder of the website, Mobiography.net and editor of the supporting Mobiography Magazine, a long running digital publication dedicated to the subject of mobile photography. He is a passionate advocate of mobile photography and through the Mobiography website and magazine is able to explore the world of mobile photography, showcasing the talents of the many individuals within this emerging genre.  Andy is also a member of the social photography collective, Grryo.com, and in 2015 spoke on the subject of mobile photography and digital publishing at MOJOCon, the first international Mobile Journalism Conference in Dublin, Ireland.
 

BRENDAN Ó SÉ (Ireland)

Photographer/iPhone photographer from Cork, Ireland. Brendan offers mobile photography workshops in association with Cork's Glucksman Gallery and The Gallery of Photography in Dublin. These workshops are supported by Olloclip. In April 2015, Brendan won the Mira Mobile Photography Prize. He was awarded 'Best in Show' at the Florence International Photography Awards in June 2015.
 

CLARISSE DEBOUT (France)

Clarisse Debout grew up in the cultural world thanks to her father music composer and her mother actress and singer. After several years in show production, photography requires Clarisse as evidence from 2010 She works for MUM Magazine and Balthazar before embarking on a first exhibition in January 2013 at the Galerie Hors Champs in Paris . Follows by a second exhibition in Montfort l'Amaury for Art2fact in June 2014 and a third in the espace MADART Gallery Cardin in Paris in November 2014. In décember 2014, Clarisse's work is integrated with the creation of the symposium organized by the Sorbonne and the Institut of Art History. Today, Clarisse has chosen to focus on the mobile picture and captures, through his smartphone, unique and totally spontaneous moments that she re-works through apps. Her picures are regularly selected by famous websites specialised in mobile pictures In April 2015, PhotoMagazine chose one of her photos to illustrate an article about mobile artistic photography trends .
 

DIETER GAEBEL (Germany)

I live with my girlfriend in Offenbach, Germany. Since having studied ‘Visual Communication,’ I have worked for the past twenty years as an advertising executive. The artistic fine art photography has always interested me and in 2012, I discovered my passion for iPhoneography and the possibilities what represented as ‘mobile art.’ Since then, I have been photographing and editing almost every day. My mobile perspective and artistic work expanded and in 2013 I became one of the founder artists of ‘NEM — The New Era Museum', founded and curated by Andrea Bigiarini. 2014 some of my artistic work has been shown in exhibitions in Germany and in 2015 in the Tethys Gallery, Florence, Italy.
 

DILSHAD CORLEONE (United Kingdom)

Dilshad Corleone aka @italianbrother considers himself to be a true Mobile Photographer. His street photography has been exhibited internationally in Europe, America and East Asia, from London to Japan passing by, most recently, from The Soho Gallery for Digital Art in New York, to name but a few. Dilshad Corleone was the main contributor for two main inspirational videos that saw him walking on the streets of Barcelona and London and photographing the day-to-day life.
 

MARK DANIELS (United States)

Mark Daniels is an artist who has lived  in the Far East for twenty years and works in various technology businesses to support his art practice. He joined the NEM group shortly after it started to support the vision of free expression and global collaboration using the powerful new mobile phone digital applications. In this way he can work at a day job and operate a covert art practice under the cover of apparent normality
 

NETTIE EDWARDS (United Kingdom)

Artist, Designer, Writer, Educator - Nettie trained as a theatrical designer and followed that profession for over 20 years before pursuing a creative career that combined social engagement, historical research and lens based work for which she was awarded a prestigious Wingate Scholarship. Since 2009, she has shot exclusively with iPhones. One of the first artists to explore the creative possibilities of multi apping and collaging with a mobile device, her work has won numerous awards. Nettie lives in the UK and works in the UK and Europe. She utilizes both digital and alternative/historical photo printing processes, most notably, Anthoype (plant based) prints. She was a juror in first three years of the Mobile Photography Awards. 
 

PATRICIA LARSON (Mexico)

Photographer and awarded iPhoneographer.

IHUH AWARDS

  • AH! AWARD (Given by Pollock Project musicians and staff).
  • Impossible Humans NEM Award.
  • Mobiography Award.
  • Ginger Magazine Special Award.
  • Best in Show Award.
  • Black & White Award.
  • Color Award.
  • 10 HONORABLE MENTIONS

THE JURY’S EYE

During the IHUH Exhibition 1 artwork/photo of each member of the jury will be framed and exposed to the visitors.


THE FORMAT OF THE PERFORMANCE

The program is divided into four events:

  1. an online photo contest.
  2. setting up a live photo shoot for instant-shooting where the public is the true star of the event.
  3. a photographic exhibition taken by the artists of the New Era Museum.
  4. a concert of Pollock Project based on the backdrop of the visual works by international artists.

The format has four locations, both online and live, for every event.

TOUR

The event tour, having been born from social networks, will be landing in the most prestigious venues of culture, and then it will be spreading again and go viral on the web.

THE FLOW

From website to website, passing from theaters, city squares and art galleries.

STRENGTH OF THE INITIATIVE

The desire and an always increasingly visceral need of mankind to finally become an active protagonist.

FOCUS

At the heart of the show is the common man in its uniqueness and originality. The Man and his most real and profound human dimension are the point of departure and arrival, under the sign of a new humanism. The furthermost authentic expressions of the face and of the human voice transforms the meaning of the new mobile technologies in a modern form of popular art.

A global event of Art-Jazz and contemporary photography in the name of Mobile Art.

 

POLLOCK PROJECT

Pollock Project is the musical ensemble founded by Marco Testoni. A visionary musical project built on the aesthetics’ strength of the Art-Jazz: a surprising and evocative mix of contemporary jazz, electronic music and visual arts. With 3 albums already released, the band has participated to numerous jazz festivals, visual and digital art events and national radios.

Impossible Humans - The Official Soundtrack by Pollock Project

"Impossible Humans" Composed and performed by Pollock Project

ARTWORKS BY:
Patricia Januszkiewicz, Ale Di Gangi, Rosalie Heller‎, Anthony Ozorai, Robin Robertis, Andrea Bigiarini, Gianluca Ricoveri, Siclaly M. Santiago-Leon, Roger Guetta, Mariëtte Schrijver, Manuela Matos Monteiro, Lily Inthe Rain, Michelle Robinson, Claudia Contreras, Lisa Peters‎, Rosabel Martínez Pinzón, James Ellis, Isaim Lozano‎, Elizabeth Herman, Allyson Marie, Kim Martino-Diaz, Andrea Koerner, Clarisse Debout, Betti Bettina‎, Aldo Pacheco, Isabel Afonso‎, Lorenka Campos, Juta Jazz, Giulia Baita,  Eliza Badoiu, Connie Gardner Rosenthal, Vicki Cooper‎, Kate Zari Roberts, Sylvie Prevot, Leor Levine, Karin Wollina, Mark Daniels, Dani Salvadori, Headattacks Crealitys, Dilshad Corleone, Cristian Margarita, Claude Panneton, Jo Sullivan, Julio C. Pelaez, Annick Daroux Azen, Violet Martins, Elaine Taylor, Alexis Rotella, Harold Naeye, Michaela Meerkatz, Dieter Gaebel, Armineh Hovanesian, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Barbara Nebel, Clint Cline, Brendan Ó Sé, Alex Visage, Eric L Raddatz, Claude Labarussiat, Lisa Mitchell, Marsha Estes, Jane Schultz, Laura Fogazza & Marian Seid Rubin.