Meditation on a mother in a refugee camp

Laetitia Schteinberg (The Beautiful Ones aways smash the pictures of you Always every time)
Music: Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt (moreblackthengod)
Just a few of the various album releases of Laetitia Schteinberg
Laetitia is a woman with trans background from Russia. In Russia, she faced harassment and violence on a daily basis. She was treated inhumanely in the police station, beaten up and urinated on by the officers. She sought asylum in Sweden three years ago. She fears that violence, spearheaded by Russian government towards LGBT people will continue upon her return to Russia. Moreover, she is active in LGBT movement, promoting normalization of trans people. New Russian laws hinder her activism to the point that she will face huge fines while being completely excluded from daily life. But Swedish Migration Board rejected her asylum. By deporting her back, Sweden wants to put her in the situation when she can be killed or forced to commit suicide. Please sign this petition to support Laetitia’s fight for asylum and to make Swedish Migration Board understand the danger that LGBT people face in countries like Russia.

tobias billström, the Swedish migration Minister
Save Laetitia (a transwoman being deportated to Russia)

Laetitia Schteinberg (The Beautiful Ones aways smash the pictures of you Always every time)

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Team Angela Davis
Accidental Guitar: sean derrick cooper marquardt

All was one




DYS # 1
[Ambient.Concrete.Improv.Noise One Day Festival]
DYS is a project by Fabio Campagna and Valentina Veil

20:00 _exhibition
live set 21:30


TRAM M8 (Herzberg str/Siegfried St.)
from Landsberger Allee station
Ring S42/S41

first FLOOR


9:30 PM

LA MUERTE ROJA (Fabio Campagna/Marco Giani/Emanuela Lioy- Berlin)




DR. NEXUS (Berlin)





TRAM M8 (Herzberg str/Siegfried St.)
from Landsberger Allee station
Ring S42/S41

first FLOOR


[Ambient.Concrete.Improv.Noise One Day Festival]
is a project by Fabio Campagna and Valentina Veil

In collaboration with SLD. secondlifedesign


“this little thing is dedicated to you, LOU, LOVE”


EXP PROJECT develops a syncretic tension between diverse languages.
Live sets and performances interacting within the current exhibition develop a free and alive platform of expression.

EXP taking place within the current exhibition, develops a procedure of synergy and expressive intensification.



CORPICRUDI | Posthumous

Curated by / Text by
Fabio Campagna

28.10.13 > 22.11.13
tuesday > friday _ h 16:00 > h 19:00
by appointment: + 49 (0) 174 659 8464


Facebook: CORPO 6


Elpino - How is it possible than the universe can be infinite?
Philotheo - How is it possibile than the universe can be finite?
Elpino - Do you clain that you can demonstrate this infinitude?
Philotheo - Do you claim that you can demonstrate this finitude?
Elpino - What is this spreading forth?
Philotheo - What is this limit?

Giordano Bruno (On the Infinite Universe and Worlds, 1584)

The video installation and site specific project Posthumous by Corpicrudi designs an articulated symbolic narrative. Its unitary sign retraces itself in the archetypical figure of the cycle, continuous, infinite, of the eternity of being.
Where the flourishing, unarrestablity, of the pronouncement of nature, rhythmical, is time in its double negative. Death.

Posthumous (from Latin, postumus, postumo) presents six black and white films. Works which trace a symbolic apparatus of representation, coherent and stratified. The first three, entitled studio number one, two, and three, originate from the project cycle “The Virgins”, and open a sequenced narrative addressing the theme of threshold and of limits. Then, two videos pieces follow of the “Symphony in White minor”. And, finally, an unpublished work, “The Ascent (post)”.
Works, these last, that ritualize the idea of departure, of the voyage and raising. Figures that, intended in a purely symbolic sense, reaffirm the sense of cyclical continuity, as in “eterno ritorno”.

The presentation of these three filmed blocks, takes place synchronically, adopting three points of projection, and, consequently, three diverse screening surfaces. Identified by the precise architectural conformation of the exposition space.

A unitary organism of significance takes form. A story, continuos, circular, of transfiguration and of rebirth.

Specifically, the first unit, divided into three video fragments entitle “The Virgins”, paints three distinct portraits.Three bodies, young, of woman. Isolated, evanescent, fixed, that, lying on a grassy mantle in the open countryside, allow themselves to be filmed in a fragmented sequence, spasmodically. Here emerges, slowly, the hard eroticism of the land, intended as parent. Mother. Which convulses, and eternal sensuality arises as limen, sacral symbol, to exceed.

These first three works construct the first station of a path of initiation, that continues in the cycle of the video pieces of the “Symphony in White Minor”. In which, stands, preemptory, the circular symbol. The infinite circle, without limits, of the classic iconography – the circle of the three “Gracies” - moving, sweetly, along soft contours. Dancing in a round. That, then, moves its own tension in a rectilinear movement, in the video The Ascent (post).
Here, the three young women march, ascending along the ridge of a grassy slope.
They climb the mountain. The gnosis is consumed as they rise. Ritualistically.

The alchemical work concludes in the last video, which resolves the “negritude” of the earth, property of the initial mystical path, begun in the first of the video cycle, in the diaphanous fixity of the three faces.
It is the morning sky that dazzles the gaze. Enlivening and rendering it bright.

Immobility, magic, that prelude, inevitably to the next, yet another, inevitable departure from the motherland. The humid ground upon which the bodies in the initial video are poured.

Posthumous describes, in this way, a symbolic cycle, of concatenations, of postponement and of delays.
An Ouroboros, closed on itself, that traces a mystic path of images.

To then open itself to the research of a philosophical stone, incorruptible. New symbol of beauty and of life, in its eternal repetition.


Fabio Campagna


Le Vergini studio no. 1, video loop, b/n, CORPICRUDI, 2011 - courtesy Guidi&Schoen
Le Vergini studio no. 2, video loop, b/n, CORPICRUDI, 2011 - courtesy Guidi&Schoen
Le Vergini studio no. 3, video loop, b/n, CORPICRUDI, 2011 - courtesy Guidi&Schoen
Sinfonia in Bianco Minore I, video loop, b/n, CORPICRUDI, 2012 - courtesy Traffic Gallery
Sinfonia in Bianco Minore II, video loop, b/n CORPICRUDI, 2012 - courtesy Traffic Gallery
L’Ascesa (post.), video loop, b/n, CORPICRUDI, 2013

Le Vergini (The Virgins) is a project conceived by Corpicrudi that includes a series of photographs and videos exhibited in their 2011 solo show at Guidi&Schoen gallery in Genova, an art book with texts by Claudia Attimonelli (an extract was published in the 2012 review Les Cahiers Européens de l’Imaginaire by Ceaq – Sorbonne, Paris), and a transposition into dance in collaboration with choreographer Matteo Levaggi produced by Balletto Teatro di Torino with international premières in Miami, Milan and Biarritz.
A reflection on the value of beauty and its potential death sentence, the theme is visually inspired by two cult films, Peter Weir’s Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) and Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides (1999), in which the young heroines disappear or kill themselves. In its most symbolic, oneiric sense, death becomes a metaphor for the transition from life in the most blooming form, pre-adolescence, a time of youth and beauty, to the age of maturity and awareness.

Sinfonia in Bianco minore (Symphony in White minor) is a special project conceived with artist Daniele Giunta, curated by Claudia Attimonelli, exhibited in 2012-13 at Traffic Gallery and at Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo. Born from the visions expressed in their previous works, Le Vergini by Corpicrudi and Sternbild by Giunta, it offers a reflection on the sentiment of eternity and includes an hetero-material installation with photos and videos by Corpicrudi, drawings and a painting by Giunta, and two piano pièces composed and performed by Daniele Giunta and Samantha Stella for Corpicrudi.

CORPICRUDI is a visionary artistic project by Italian artists Samantha Stella and Sergio Frazzingaro (Genoa, they live and work in Milan, Italy).

The artists’ work has been shown in international contemporary art galleries, museums and theatres; they work with writers, poets, choreographers, stylists, visual artists, composers and cultural magazines and networks.

Their artistic careers have evolved over the years through the different idioms they use directly - photography, video, installations containing structural and bodily elements – revealing their reflections on the body, death, beauty, harmony and eternity.

In addition to solo and group exhibitions in art galleries, including Sinfonia in Bianco minore with artist Daniele Giunta at the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Traffic Gallery in Bergamo (2012), Le Vergini in Guidi&Schoen gallery in Genoa (2011) and Aeternitas at the Cathedral in Molfetta (2012), the ancient prisons of the Cittadella in Alessandria (2011) and Castello Aragonese in Taranto, home of the Italian Navy, with scientific direction by Achille Bonito Oliva (2010), projects presented at Galleria Civica in Trento, Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci in Prato, Musei di Strada Nuova in Genoa, Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome and Auditorium Mart in Rovereto. They have participated in international premieres with choreographer Matteo Levaggi and Balletto Teatro di Torino with Primo Toccare and Le Vergini in the theatres of New York, Lyons, Belgrade and Miami as well as prestigious Italian theatres such as Teatro Comunale in Bologna. Reviews of their work have been published in the Financial Times and The Brooklyn Rail in New York; they have been the subject of a documentary which aired on Sky Classica TV in 2011 and a publication for Les Cahiers Européens de l’Imaginaire 2012 at the Ceaq-Sorbonne in Paris.


“ The work of art is a place of identity” F. Mauri

CORPO 6 GALERIE is an art project by Fabio Campagna.

CORPO 6 GALERIE focuses, through a series of crossing media and site specific international artists projects, on the examination of functioning of identity topics within the articulation of the city. Taken as a symbolical, political, cultural and sociological reference. An alive body of living contents.

CORPO 6 GALERIE runs a series of performative projects where the music element plays its role in relation to the dynamic of the space and to the open physicality of the body.

CORPO 6 GALERIE is a space of music research and design production.

CORPO 6 GALERIE, a 86 square meters space, is located in HB55 Räume der Kunst, Herzbergstrasse 55, Lichtenberg, Berlin.


_ You can also read our CORPO 6 Journal - may 2012 / august 2013 -
with all the Exhibitions and the Projects at CORPO 6 between may 2012 / august 2013, here:


_ F R A G M E N T S # 0 aperiodical visual web magazine by CORPO 6:
9 SCANS - TRACING DIONYSUS by Fabio Campagna

You can see it and download it, here:


CORPO 6 RECORDINGS_ listen here:



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