Manual, the party continues on the left side of the Darsena in Ravenna. On Sunday guests Carini, Montalbini, Magnani, Borini and many others

Manual, the party continues on the left side of the Darsena in Ravenna. On Sunday guests Carini, Montalbini, Magnani, Borini and many others
Manual, the party continues on the left side of the Darsena in Ravenna. On Sunday guests Carini, Montalbini, Magnani, Borini and many others
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Manualetto’s artistic and cultural programming continues on Sunday 11 September. The appointment is in via Eustachio Manfredi, in front of the former Agricultural Consortium, under the new pavilions designed by Denara to live on the unlucky side of the dock. The program, curated by Studio Doiz, includes meetings, monologues and concerts – all with free admission

“Manualetto is a temporary architectural installation on the left side of the Darsena of the city, designed by the Denara studio from Ravenna. A series of 4 × 4 wooden modules, overlooking the Candiano, to make habitable and redevelop one of the most special and forgotten places in Ravenna – explain the organizers -. The Manualetto pavilions, designed taking inspiration from the standard dimensions of a bedroom, will be open to citizens for six days, until Wednesday 14 September, allowing anyone who wants to temporarily “live” the left side of Candiano ”.

To enrich this experience, Denara has decided to entrust Studio Doiz, a Ravenna cultural association, with the scheduling of collateral events which will take place for free during the days of installation.

The day of Sunday 11 September part at 18 with a lunge on visual arts titled Darsena Contemporanea. Il Candiano between contemporary art and street art, led by the curator Alessandra Carini, animator of the Magazzeno Art Gallery and creator of the project for artistic residences Equidistanze. Carini will talk to Marco Miccolipresident of the cultural association Indastria and organizer of the street art festival Subsidenze e con Nicola Montalbini, artist and draftsman as well as profound connoisseur of the architectural and aesthetic history of Ravenna.

Give her 20.30 space at the theater with two young talents of the scenes. Luisa Borini, actress born in 1989, with an important recognition behind her such as the Hystrio award for vocation in 2016, will bring a preview to Manualetto a monologue entitled “Much pain for nothing”, an intimate and suffered story of how the love relationships that mark (and make it grow). Following is the turn of our local Roberto Magnani, actor of the Teatro delle Albe, which will focus on a reading of a story taken from Pier Vittorio Tondelli’s masterpiece, Altri libertini. Published in 1980 by Feltrinelli, Tondelli’s novel quickly became a cult book for an entire generation of readers, due to its rough themes and free and brazen language, unpublished in the literary panorama of the time.

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Finally, give it 21.30, the pavilions will host the concerts of two very young artists from Romagna, Manuel Pistacchio and Giacomo Toschi, leader of the Active Nihilists.
Manuel Pistacchio is a musical project by Diego Pasini, a musician from Igea Marina born in 1993: behind that name there is a team formed by Pasini himself, Lorenzo Camera and Francesco Giampaoli. Manuel Pistacchio mix Italian songwriting with experimental sounds; for Manualetto, Pasini will perform in a new version of guitar and voice.

The closing of the evening is entrusted to Giacomo Toschi, multi-instrumentalist born in 1993 from Santa Sofia. Despite his young age, Toschi already has several musical collaborations behind him with bands such as EQU, Dal Vangelo Secondo and GRAM Sax Quartet. He recently founded a band, the Active Nichilists, with whom he performs original songs, in the wake of the best tradition of Italian songwriting and American jazz, halfway between Lucio Dalla and Duke Ellington.


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