Iorio / Cuomo

a selection
of past and ongoing projects:

Chronicles of that time
Undead Voices
Appunti del passaggio
From thousands of possibilities
Twisted Realism
Towards a history
of the vanishing present


Jamii ya
A cinema situation
Unfinished histories

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Motherless Daughters
_collective exhibition
_9 September - 14 October 2023
_Opening September 8, 6 pm
_Vin Vin, Vienna, Austria

Giulia Crispiani, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Harun Farocki, Beatrice Gibson, Delphine Seyrig

curated by
Lucrezia Calabrò Visconti

Jamii ya
Séance: Breaking Ground, 20 ans d'âge, Interview, Scénario
_18 August 2023, 4pm
_Picha, Lubumbashi, RDC
Écran public: Breaking Ground
_from 19 August 2023 on

Curating shadow knowledge
_lectures, screenings and discussions
_28 July 2023
_Istituto svizzero, Roma, IT

Sara Alberani, Andrea Bagnato, Lucia Bernini & Jonas Heller, Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo, Gioia Dal Molin, Emily Jacir, Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski, Jelena Martinovic, Laurence Rasti, Silvia Simoncelli

Jamii ya
Séance: Juste un mouvement
_23 June 2023, 4pm
_Festival du Cuivre, Lubumbashi, RDC

Jamii ya
Séance: La star, Awa
Bilili Ya kin, programme proposé par le Ciné-club Minzoto, Kinshasa
_27, May 2023, 4pm
_Picha, Lubumbashi, RDC
Écran public: La star
_from 28 May 2023 on

Jamii ya
Séance: Zéro
_27, Avril, 4pm
_Picha, Lubumbashi, RDC
Écran public: Zéro
_from 28 April 2023 on

Jamii ya
Séance: Polyglote - Episode 1-3, Mugabo
_30 March, 4pm
_Picha, Lubumbashi, RDC
_Écran public: Il dessert e il mare
_from 8 April 2023 on

Io sono confine / I am border
_Collective exhibition
_4 March - 9 April 2023
_Palazzo Grillo, Genoa, Italy
_25 March 2023, 5 pm
_Screening and discussion

Conversation Shahram Khosravi with Sandro Mezzadra
with screening of the film Chronicles of that time
by Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo

Nous, saisonniers, saisonnières…
Wir, Die saisonniers…
Appunti del passaggio
_Screening and discussion
_11, 13, 19 March, 2023
_Filmpodium, Bienne, CH

"La lotta non è finita"
Donne, corpi, lavoro, memoria
_Screening, discussion, installation Invocare l’archivio
_8 March - 9 April 2023
_M9 Museo del’900, Mestre, Italy

10 March, 6 pm
Cinema, lotte femministe, memoria
screening of the film La lotta non è finita (1973), Non ci regalano niente (1977), Undead Voices (2019), with Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Annamaria Licciardello

11 March, 11 am
Dalla campagna per il salario alle casalinghe alle sfide contemporanee
panel discussion with Beatrice Busi, Anna Curcio, Leopoldina Fortunati, Bruna Mura, Barbara Mahlknecht, Raffaella Sarti

11 marzo, 3 pm
Passeggiata nei luoghi delle mobilitazioni femministe dal 1970 a oggi
walk with Maria Teresa Sega e Nadia Maria Filippini

curated by
Barbara Malknecht

Io sono confine / I am border
_Collective exhibition
_4 March - 8 April 2023
_Opening March 4, 5 pm
_Palazzo Grillo, Genoa, Italy

Nico Angiuli, Rossella Biscotti, Liryc Dela Cruz, Pamela Diamante, Binta Diaw, Bruna Esposito,  Cleo Fariselli, Claire Fontaine, Invernomuto, Maria Iorio/Raphaël Cuomo, Francesca Marconi, Eva Marisaldi, MASBEDO, Andrea Mastrovito, Elena Mazzi e Rosario Sorbello, Giuseppe Mirigliano, Ryts Monet, Fiamma Montezemolo, Martina Melilli, Margherita Moscardini, Muna Mussie, Adrian Paci, Raziel Perin, Agathe Rosa, Caterina Erica Shanta, Serena Vestrucci, Jonida Xherri, ZimmerFrei

curated by Pierre Dupont with Anna Daneri
based on a research project by Antonio Milotta developped in collaboration with the collective Eufemia, Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale dell'Università di Genova (DISFOR)

Iain Chambers (anthropologist and sociologist, Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale) will be in conversation with Federico Rahola (sociologist, Università degli studi di Genova) on March 4 at 5 pm

Jamii ya
_Séance: Afrique sur Seine
_25 février, 4pm
_Halle de l’Etoile, Lubumbashi, RDC
_Écran public: Polyglot - Episodes 1-3
_from 25 February 2023

True Story
Chronicles of that time
_Online presentation
_From 13 January 2023

True Story is an independent streaming platform dedicated to documentaries. We aim to bring audiences the best in documentary storytelling from filmmakers all over the world.

Stories from the Swiss-Italian Alpine Frontline
_Lecture and discussion
_3 December 2023, 6pm
_Istituto Svizzero, Milan, IT

Salvatore Vitale, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo

curated by VOLUMES – a collective committed to supporting and promoting art publishing – in collaboration with SPRINT–Independent Publishers and Artists’ Books Salon.

International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival
Chronicles of that time – International Competition
_25 November - 3 December 2022
_Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia

7 Winds
_Screening 7 Winds Cinema
_Finissage December 2, 2022
_15 October – 4 December 2022
_Kunsthalle Bern, CH

20 years of Les Complices*
= 20 years of queer, feminist and antiracist cultural work!
_Exhibition, Listening, Poster Publication, Celebration
_30 October – 13 November 2022
_Opening 29 October 2022, 7pm
_Les Complices*, Zürich

with poster contributions by
Romeo Koyote Rosen & Noëlle Jasmine Keller, Martina Baldinger & Katja Lell, Sabian Baumann, Bettina Stehli, Riikka Tauriainen, iii aka hermes schneider & anne käthi wehrli, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Paloma Ayala, Simon Noa Harder & Jonah Garde, Aio Frei, Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz, Kerstin Schroedinger, Romy Rüegger, FupaMagic, Tim Zulauf/KMUProduktionen, Kamran Behrouz, Uriel Orlow & Eran Schaerf, Nina Emge, Ingrid Käser & Mariska Keller & Sascha Emmett, Jovita dos Santos Pinto

Patterns of Light
3klangtage Festival
_28-30 October 2022
_Screening and concerts
_Theater Burgbachkeller, Zug, CH

Pasolini Prossimo Nostro
Rassegna Cinematografica
_Twisted Realism
_26 October 2022, 8pm
in the framework of
Pier Paolo Pasolini. Tutto è santo
_19 October - 26 February 2023
_Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Roma, IT

L'avvenire appartiene ai fantasmi
_15 – 25 October 2022
_Accademia di Brera, Milano, IT

7 Winds
_Screening 7 Winds Cinema
_15 October – 4 December 2022
_Finissage December 2, 2022
_Kunsthalle Bern, CH

Daniel Godínez Nivón, Ipek Hamzaoglu, Rangoato Hlasane, Jan Hofer, Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo, Chantal Kaufmann, Lou-Anna Ulloa del Rio und Jiajia Zhang

curated by
Julia Künzi, Kabelo Malatsie, Camilla Paolino

_Opening October 8, 2022
_9-29 October 2022
_Centre d'art La Meute, Lausanne, CH

La Biennale de Lubumbashi VII
_6 October - 6 November 2022
_Opening 6 October, 2022
_Lubumbashi, DRC

Inauguration of Jamii ya in the framework of the Biennale de Lubumbashi #7.

Jamii ya is a platform for discussion and collective research devoted to film cultures and the arts of the moving image, which aims to contribute to debates on past, present and future developments in these expanded practices from a tropical position. The platform has grown out of discussions and meetings at Ateliers Picha and has opened to the public at the 2022 Lubumbashi Biennale in the form of a film society, a translocal, hybrid ciné-club. Mixing Swahili, French, English and street slang, its name is intended to evoke the sort of informal, almost familiar spaces (jamii means society, but also extended family) for contact and connection that the film society intends to establish. Jamii ya has begun to organise public programmes (workshops, screenings, lectures and discussions) in Lubumbashi. These will become a local fixture in the months ahead, and will also expand internationally in the form of presentations, exhibitions and an online broadcasting platform. Following those Pan-African paths that have shown how film clubs can contribute, post-independence, to the emergence of rich film cultures on the continent, this project offers the opportunity to reflect on their past and future functions (places of "technocratic paternalism" marked by coloniality, later appropriated for resistance, liberation and self-determination); on the creation of autonomous forms of production and the development of alternative networks for the circulation of films; and on the relocation of film away from its historical commercial or institutional setting (cinemas) up to its contemporary migrations into the field of the arts. By making the film society an object of artistic speculation and experimentation, the project aims to reinvent this form and put into practice its potentialities as an assembly; as a situation where people are able to study and think freely; as a joyful celebration.

Jamii ya was initiated by Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo with Jackson Bukasa, Melissa Jina, Fils Ngeleka, Bibatanko Tankama and Lucrezia Cippitelli, artistic director of Ateliers Picha et curator of the Biennale de Lubumbashi #7

Festival Gabès Cinéma FEN
Fenêtre sur les cinémas du monde
_23-28 May 2022
_Gabès, Tunisia

L’avvenire appartiene ai fantasmi
_Lecture, screening, workshop
_11-12 May 2022
_Academia delle Belle Arti di Brera,
Department of Visual cultures and curatorial practices
_Milano, IT

Kamera Series no 4
Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo
_Solo exhibition
_17–22 Februar 2022
_Kamera/Labor Neunzehn, Berlin, D

Pravo Ljudski Film Festival
Our past revolutions, our future struggles
_17-22 September 2021
_Sarajevo, Slovakia

Torino Film Festival
_26 November - 4 December 2021
_Torino, IT

Experimental Film and Video Festival
_1-10 October 2021
_Zürich, CH

How To Find Meaning In Dead Time
Archival Assembly #1
_Group exhibition
_27 August - 12 September 2021
_Opening 26 August, 7 pm
_SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin, D

with Adel Abidin, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Kamal Aljafari, Filipa César with Sana na N’Hada and Zé Interpretador, Bady Dalloul, Martin Ebner, Haytham El-Wardany, Dana Enani and Nadine El Banhawy, Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo, Nihad Kresevljakovic and Clarissa Thieme,  Anna Kutera, Randa Megahed, Bodo Pagels, Walid Raad, Anri Sala, Sanaz Sohrabi, Fiona Tan, Dorothee Wenner

Chronicles of that time
FID Marseille
32nd International Film Festival
International competition
_Screenings. International premiere
_19-25 July 2021
_Marseille, FR

quello che non viene ascoltato
_Solo exhibition
_6 June - 11 July 2021
_Espace 3353, Genève, CH

Chronicles of that time
Visions du réel
Festival international de cinéma
_Screenings, online streaming. World premiere
_April 15-24, 2021
_Nyon, Switzerland

From my Hands to your Ears:
Doing with Translation
_Seminar with Virginie Bobin
_March 30-31, 2021
_Bern University of the Arts, CH

Home Is Where The Music Is
_Seminar and screenings
_April 9, 2021
_De Appel, Amsterdam, NL

hosted by Amal Alhaag, Zippora Elders, Krista Jantowski, Aude Christel Mgba, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung

Pivoting the center
in the context of the exhibition Exotic ?
_Presentation and online panel discussion
_February 18, 2021
_Palais de Rumine, Lausanne, CH

panel hosted by Nicole Schweizer and Federica Martini
with Raphaël Cuomo & Maria Iorio, Kadiatou Diallo, Celine Manz, Uriel Orlow

Beyond Archive
_Book launch and round table
_December 16, 2021
_EDHEA, Sierre, CH

moderated by Martina Angelotti, curator of Beyond Archive
with Cristina Baldacci, Raphaël Cuomo & Maria Iorio, Annamaria Licciardello, Matteo Lucchetti, Federica Martini, Beto Shwafaty

Un storia composta di frammenti, di lacune e fantasmi
_December 2, 2021
_Università degli Studi di Udine, Dipartimento di studi umanistici e del patrimonio culturale, Gorizia, IT

Cronache di quel tempo
_Solo exhibition
_28 October - 21 November 2020
_Istituto svizzero – Archivio storico comunale, Palermo, IT

Manifesta 13
Les parallèles du Sud – Public Programme
The Sea. Sound and Storytelling
_Screenings, performances and roundtable discussions
_October 3rd, 2020
_La Criée, théâtre national de Marseille, FR

Argos TV 4
Appunti del passaggio
_online streaming
_10 -16 April 2020

Qalqalah - Plus d’une langue
Man schenkt keinen Hund
_7 March - 24 May 2020
_CRAC Centre Régional d’Art Contemporain Occitanie, Sète, FR

Aesthetics of Situations
_Seminar with Lucrezia Cippitelli
_26-27 November 2019
_Bern University of Arts, Bern, CH

Beyond Archive
_24 November - 22 December, 2019
_Opening 23 November, 6 pm
_Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia –
_Archivio Nazionale Cinema Impresa, Ivrea, IT

Beyond Archive
_23 November, 10 am - 5 pm, 2019
_Casa Blu, ex-Centro studi ed esperienze Olivetti, Ivrea, IT

Nous, saisonniers, saisonnières, Genève 1931-2019
_29 October - 24 November 2019
_Opening October 29, 6 pm
_ Espace Le Commun, Genève, CH

Territorium Tijuana
_October 6th, 7pm
_Nett Nett, Tijuana, MX

Territorium Tijuana
_31 July - 22 September 2019
_Opening July 31, 7pm
_IMAC Instituto de Arte y Cultural, Tijuana, MX

L’Africa in giardino
_18 July 2019, 6 pm
_Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, MACRO; Roma, IT

Stills from a film that is missing:
Promises of a New Form
_Alternative Film/Video Festival
_12-16 December 2018
_Akademski filmski centar
_Dom kulture Studentski grad, Belgrade

Heretical Aesthetics
_21 November 2018, 8 p.m.
_Kino Reitschule, Bern, CH

International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists
_3 October - 29 December 2018
_Stockholm, Sweden

that relation between us, or among us
a cinema situation*
_Film programme curated by Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo
_Screening 8 September, 2018, 7pm
_Il deserto e il mare (The desert and the sea), 2007
_Introduction and discussion with Dagmawi Yimer
_Archive Kabinett, Berlin, D

Das Leben ist kein Ponyhof
_3 July - 18 August 2018
_Opening July 2, 6 pm
_Kunstmuseum Olten, Olten, CH

that relation between us, or among us
a cinema situation*
_Film programme initiated by Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo
_Screening 26 May, 2018, 7pm
_Lottando la vita (Videobase, 1975, 99')
_Introduction and discussion with Annamaria Licciardello
_Archive Kabinett, Berlin, D

That relation between us, or among us follows bodies on the move, their action, retracing displacements and transitions, but also those passages from one place to another constituted by acts of translation. The programme recovers some of those moments recorded by the camera: it examines the process of an "experimental archaeology of the present"; it exposes diachronies, the shifts between different border regimes, the continuities of power and the subjectivities that resist it. The programme reconstructs transnational counter-histories as they emerge from the productions and practices of "minor", decolonial, accented cinemas: they oppose the fiction of an ever-present migration emergency – an "emergency" produced and perpetuated by European policies that make people illegal, by borderisation and spectacularisation mechanisms, and which goes from one "crisis" to the next. What comes to light in the films of this programme, and what is also at stake for the praxis they invented, is a relation. This arises from the action of bodies that appear, speak out, take up the camera, became visible or imperceptible, when they act in concert and invent new forms of alliance, solidarity and commonality. Beyond the chronicles of this action that articulates a principle of equality, what is therefore at stake here is nothing less than freedom – that "relation that can and does happen between us, or indeed among us" – and, ultimately the politics of the possible.

Taking the form of an occasional film society, the screening programme that relation between us, or among us is a section of a multipart project by Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo. It will accompany their exhibition at Archive Kabinett (December 2018 – January 2019) and develop autonomously thereafter.

That relation between us, or among us unfolds in the itinerant series a cinema situation, a long-term project initiated by Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, which involves research, workshops, lectures, screenings and performances.

Une situation de cinéma. Le cinéma hors les murs

* Displaced outside of the cinema, the films invite us to form a new assembly. The series a cinema situation concentrates not only on the films but also on the potentiality of this assembly and, more widely, on the social practices that have contributed to the creation of new film cultures – film societies, cineclubs, film-makers clubs within decolonial movements, video salons, film workshops, etc. – by establishing other modes of production and distribution, by setting up spaces of freedom, sites for emergent subjectivities. The series would have us question our relation to the films, to their images, complicating it by a "situation", a cinema situation that opens up new aesthetic and political issues and encourages us to imagine new practices and futures for film.

F/O Fracto
_24-27 May 2018
_Screening 24 May, 7 pm
_ACUD Macht Neu, Berlin, D

Presentation, screening, and discussion with
Raphaël Cuomo, Maria Iorio and guest curator Cristina Baldacci

Blueness / Bläue / Blu
_28 April, 8:30 pm
_Standards, Milano, IT

double screening:
Blueness by Kerstin Schroedinger
Appunti del Passaggio by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio

Une situation de cinéma.
Le cinéma hors les murs
_Performance, screening curated by Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo
_18 January 2018, 8 pm
_Cinémathèque, Grenoble, FR

Donnne e uomini migranti:
Rotte, scambi, contaminazioni nel lungo periodo
a cura delle Società Italiana delle Storiche
_Symposium, Concert, Screening
_30 November 2017
_Biblioteca di storia moderna e contemporanea, Roma, IT
_1 December 2017
_Casa internazionale delle donne, Roma, IT

XXIe Rencontres autour du film ethnographique
_14-20 November 2017
_Screening and discussion, 16 November 2017, 6 pm
_Cinémathèque de Grenoble, Grenoble, F

Pratiques d'hospitalité –
Platform for critical research and political imagination
For the love of the thing. Atiat in Grenoble
_8-10 November 2017
_ESAD, Grenoble, F

“Even as I look and even as I see, I am changing what is there”
_Platform MA Symposium
_Three day workshop with Sandra Schäfer
_23 October 2017, 7 pm
_Kino Reitschule, Bern, CH
_24-25 October 2017
_Hochschule der Künste Bern - Bern University of the Arts, Bern, CH

Conversation XLXI
Appunti del passaggio and an Occasional Accent: Storia di storie
_Performance, screening and discussion
_21 October 2017, 7 pm
_Le Foyer @ Corner College, Zürich, CH

A (performative) evening with Maria Iorio, Raphaël Cuomo and Alessandra Eramo

_Collective exhibition and screening programme
_21 October - 02 December 2017
_Opening October 21, 10:30 am
_Sudeuropa. Screening October 21, 11 am
_BACO (Base Arte Contemporanea Odierna)
_Palazzo della Misericordia, Bergamo, IT

Grounds for Hope
_Video programme
_26 September - 5 November 2017
_Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg, D

Programme curated by Didem Yazici with films by Desire Machine Collective, Marianne Fahmy and Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo

www Museum für Neue Kunst, Schau_Raum

Com nu ties – Thresholds / Seuils / Dremples
_Collective exhibition
_23 September - 17 December 2017
_Opening September 22, 6pm
_Argos, Center for Arts and Media, Brussels, B
_Iselp – Institut supérieur pour l’étude du langage plastique, Brussels, B

Films and videos by Herman Asselberghs, Sven Augustijnen, Silvia Beck, Ruben Bellinkx, Justin Bennett, Libia Castro & Olafur Olafsson, Jef Cornelis, Teresa Cos, Jos De Gruyter & Harald Thys, Els Dietvorst, Peter Dowsnbrough, Effi & Amir, Pieter Geenen, Ira A. Goryainova, Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo, Esther Johnson, Dagmar Keller & Martin Wittwer, Ken Kobland, Michel Lorand, Jan Locus, Vincent Meessen, Julia Meltzer & David Thorne, Mara Montoya, Bernard Mulliez, Hans Op de Beeck, Els Opsomer, Miguel Peres dos Santos, Marie-Françoise Plissart, Nicolas Provost, Aïlien Reyns, Shelly Silver, Krassimir Terziev, Harald Thys, Sarah Vanagt, Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby

La ruche et la valise
_Collective exhibition
_15 September - 19 November 2017
_Opening September 15, 7pm
_Villa Bernasconi, Lancy, CH

Man schenkt keinen Hund
A multipart book and exhibition project
_Collective exhibition
_1 July - 12 November 2017
_Opening July 1st, 2 pm
_Guided tour and artist talks, September 9, 4 pm
_M.1 Local Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung, Hohenlockstedt, DE

For the love of the thing
_Screening program curated by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio
and 3-day workshop with Habib Mestiri
_21-23 February 2017, 6-9 pm
_Contemporary Image Collective (CiC), Cairo, Egypt
Memories of "minor" cinema in Tunisia
_20 February 2017,7 pm
_Cimatheque - Alternative Film Center, Cairo, Egypt

Shadows of the Imperceptible
_Collective exhibition in the framework of PhotoCairo6
_16 February 2017 - 23 March 2017
_Opening 16 February 2017, 7 pm
_Saad Zaghloul Cultural Center, Cairo, Egypt

Man schenkt keinen Hund
_Screening with Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio in conversation with artist and filmmaker Sandra Schäfer
_29 January 2017, 6 pm
_Scriptings, Berlin, D

Man schenkt keinen Hund
_Collective exhibition
_10 December - March 2017
_Opening 10 December 2016, 7 pm
_Scriptings, Berlin, D

Man schenkt keinen Hund is a multipart book and exhibition project with contributions by Zandile Darko, Serge Fouha, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Anna Kryczynska-Pham, Christine Lemke, Katrin Mayer, Karolin Meunier, Karen Michelsen Castanón mit Pedro Abreu Tejera, Daniela Carrasco, Katty Moreno Bravo & Mauricio Pereyra, Kinay Olcaytu Okzidentalismus-Institut, Anton Stuckardt, Jelka Plate, Romy Rüegger, Eran Schaerf, Sandra Schäfer, Jan Timme

Initiated by Christine Lemke
in collaboration with Scriptings / Achim Lengerer

Documenta 14 – The Parliament of Bodies – Public Programs:
The Apatride Society of the Political Others: Indigenous Knowledge 1:
On Violent Waters.
A Discussion on Borders and Migration
with Dimitris Parsanoglou, Maria Iorio, and Raphaël Cuomo
_Screening, discussion
_November 30, 7 pm
_Parko Eleftherias, Athens Municipality Arts Center, Athens, GR

In contemporary discussions of European borders, the sea stands as a silent and invisible yet violent medium that accentuates the tragic or heroic border crossings of migrants and refugees. Although it cannot be grasped, the sea becomes a dynamic environment that responds to the violent assaults of border crossings and surveillance technologies. Two different narratives are conflated during this event in order to explore the different kinds of knowledge of the techno-natural echoes of violence in Mediterranean borderline waters and shores.

Coordinated by Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz, Nelli Kambouri
and Margarita Tsomou

If Not For That Wall - Third Chapter
Evasive Routes - On restrictions of movement and forced displacement
_22 November, 7pm
_Wekalet Behna, Alexandria, EG

in collaboration with Gudran Association

Close Viewing
_Screening, discussion
_19 November 2016, 7 pm
_Embassy of Foreign Artists, Geneva, CH

If Not For That Wall - Third Chapter
Evasive Routes - On restrictions of movement and forced displacement
_Collective exhibition
_13 November - 22 December 2016
_Contemporary Image Collective CIC, Cairo, Egypt

DOK Leipzig
59th International Leipzig Festival
for Documentary and Animated Film
_31October - 6 November 6
_Leipzig, D

Black Box
_26 - 30 October 2016
_ARGOS Center for art and media, Brussels, B

16. Quadriennale di Roma
Altri Tempi Altri Miti
_Collective exhibition
_13 October 2016 - 8 January 2017
_Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Roma, IT

Documentary Film Center
_1 October 2016, 8 pm
_Documentary Film Center, Moscow, RU

Sorry We’re Open!
A Neighborhood Festival about Migration
_18 - 24 September 2016
_Seminar: Traiettorie e attraversamenti - Trajectories and Crossings
_September 24, 2 - 5 pm
_The Side Room, Amsterdam, NL

Satellite. Visioni per il cinema futuro
52a Mostra Internazionale del Nuovo Cinema, Pesaro
_3 July 2016, 5 pm
_Sala Pasolini, Pesaro, IT

Moving Images, Mobile Subjects
_A series of screenings and talks
_13 - 14 May 2016
_Rote Fabrik, Zurich, CH

The images of intercepted boats and anonymous bodies populate the daily press, and have become almost interchangeable from one day to another. They participate in the reproduction of an imaginary of invasion that in turn justifies the deployment by states of exceptional means to combat it. Images and images practices may also be embedded in the very practices of border control […]. However artists and filmmakers have long sought to produce alternative representations of migration, and to intervene directly in the field of the politics of migration through their aesthetic practice. Their image practices and objects may intervene in multiple ways within the field of the politics of migration: from the very presence of their bodies and the relations they establish during the production of images, to the production of images that serve as evidence of migrants’ rights violations. The aesthetic field that is an intrinsic part of the migration regime is thus an embattled terrain, but also an ambivalent one, in which images circulate and are used in different and at times antithetical ways, and thus demand careful positioning by aesthetic practitioners. A series of films and presentations that exemplify modes of intervention in the aesthetic and political field are screened and discussed amongst aesthetic practitioners, theorists and activists. They reflect collectively on the role of aesthetic practices within the currents deadly migration regime and how they can be mobilized to contest it.

Visions du réel
Festival international de cinéma
_World premiere of the expanded version of Appunti del passaggio
_15 - 23 April 2016
_Screenings 15 April 5:30 pm, 16 April 5:30 pm
_Nyon, CH

Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_15 April - 7 May 2016
_Médiathèque FMAC, Genève, CH

with films by Mareike Bernien / Kerstin Schroedinger, Gilles Lepore / Maciej Madracki / Michal Madracki, Chris Marker, Bernard Meister, Elio Petri, Catarina Simão and an installation by Christine Lemke

curated by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio

What The Tortoise Murmurs To Achilles
On Laziness, Economy of Time, and Productivity
_Group Exhibition
_18 March - 8 May 2016
_Opening March 17th, 6pm
_SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin, D

with Nidaa Badwan, Atef Berredjem, Raphaël Cuomo & Maria Iorio (+ Videobase), Cevdet Erek, Abrie Fourie, Katia Kameli, Brandon Labelle, Abraham Onoriode Oghobase, Junebum Park, Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger

curated by Elena Agudio, Saskia Köbschall & Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung

The exhibition What The Tortoise Murmurs To Achilles. On Laziness, Economy of Time and Productivity is a bid to investigate alternative understandings and perceptions of time from a pluricultural and decolonial perspective by digging into the politics of time and of its negotiations in geopolitical power relations. This project cannot afford the luxury to stand as a simple praise of idleness or a superficial claim on the right to be lazy; rather, the exhibition will be a conceptual and physical space for reflections on chronopolitics and power mechanisms that frame certain rhetorics of time economy. That is to say, the exhibition will take its cue from the assumed and connotated ‘slow’ and ‘disruptive’ rhythm associated with “Southern” attitudes as a position of resistance to the purported industrious nature of The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (Max Weber).

Quem conta um conto acrescenta um ponto
If you tell a story you add more
_Group exhibition
_12 March - 10 April 2016
_Opening March 11th, 6pm
_Galerie der Künstler, München, D

with Stefan Burger, Beate Engl, Susana Gaudencio, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Henrik Lund Jörgensen, Dorota Lukianska, Eduardo Matos, Stefan Meier, Kristina Müntzing, Gregor Passens, Cora Piantoni, Lina Selander, Catarina Simão, André Sousa, Johan Thurfjell, Stefan Wischnewski

People watching other people
_Screening / Introduction and discussion
_9 February 2016, 7pm
_Contemporary Image Collective CIC, Cairo, Egypt

with short-films by
Ateyyat al-Abnoudy, The sad song of Touha, 12 min, 1972
Ridha El-Béhi, Seuils interdits, 33 min, 1972

curated by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio

Quem conta um conto acrescenta um ponto
If you tell a story you add more
_Group exhibition
_29 January - 27 February 2016
_Opening January 28th, 6 pm
_Binz 39, Zürich, CH

with Stefan Burger, Beate Engl, Susana Gaudencio, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Henrik Lund Jörgensen, Dorota Lukianska, Eduardo Matos, Stefan Meier, Kristina Müntzing, Gregor Passens, Cora Piantoni, Lina Selander, Catarina Simão, André Sousa, Johan Thurfjell, Stefan Wischnewski

Storia di storie
Sviluppo – Parallelo
_Artist talk, screening
_17 January 2016, 11 am
_Kunstmuseum Luzern, Luzern, CH

Chroniques du sentiment politique
Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_15 janvier - 26 mars 2016
_Opening January 14th, 6pm. Introduction by Annamaria Licciardello
_Médiathèque FMAC, Genève, CH

with films by Alvaro Bizzarri, Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville, Anna Lajolo and Guido Lombardi, Videobase, as well as a study for a film by Gilles Aubry

curated by Annamaria Licciardello, Maria Iorio et Raphaël Cuomo

2. Berliner Herbstsalon
Kunst Performance Diskurs
_Film screening
_13-29 November 2015
_Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin, D

Sviluppo – Parallelo
_Collective exhibition
_31 October – 31 January 2016
_Opening 30 October, 6:30 p.m.
_Kunstmuseum Luzern, Luzern, CH

Rivedersi diversi
Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_Exhibition and screening
_9 October – 19 December 2015
_Opening 8 October, 6 p.m. Introduction by Annamaria Licciardello
_Médiathèque, Genève, CH

with videos by Alberto Grifi (in collaboration with Paola Pannicelli and Massimo Sarchielli), Bill Viola

curated by Annamaria Licciardello, Maria Iorio et Raphaël Cuomo

Quem conta um conto acrescenta um ponto –
If you tell a story you add more
_Collective exhibition
_27 September – 25 October 2015
_Opening 26 September, 4 p.m., 6 p.m., 22 p.m.
_Casa do Infante, Mira Forum and Maus Habitós, Porto, PL

with Stefan Burger, Beate Engl, Susana Gaudencio, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Henrik Lund Jörgensen, Dorota Lukianska, Eduardo Matos, Stefan Meier, Kristina Müntzing, Gregor Passens, Cora Piantoni, Lina Selander, Catarina Simão, André Sousa, Johan Thurfjell, Stefan Wischnewski

Solar Anus
_SOMA Summer closing event: exhibition, performance, screening
_26 August 2015
_SOMA, Mexico City, MX

L'espacement des temps
Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_Screening program
_7 July - 26 September 2015
_Médiathèque, Genève, CH

with films by Florence Cornu, Pedro Costa, Alex Mayenfisch / Madeleine Denisart, Walid Raad, Shelly Silver, Jean-Marie Straub / Danièle Huillet, Akram Zaatari

curated by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio

Europe. The Future of History
_Collective exhibition
_12 June – 06 September 2015
_Opening 11 June, 7 p.m.
_Kunsthaus Zürich, CH

What image represents Europe? The fall of the Berlin Wall, perhaps, and the unification of Eastern and Western Europe after four decades of division along ideological lines? The reconstruction and the economic miracle following the disaster of the Second World War? Universal human rights and a political consensus among Europeans based on freedom and democracy? Or football championships and the Eurovision Song Contest? Not since Antiquity has a single image stood for Europe, and any that purports to do so can only be a fragment. […] In 1924 Ernst Ludwig Kirchner posed the question: ‘A unified Europe would be the end of wars and it will come, but when?’ This exhibition sets out to chart the various forms in which society’s ongoing desire for a peaceful Europe has been depicted through the history of ideas. It takes in themes such as the delineation and dissolution of frontiers, landscape as a factor in the construction of identity, the development of democracy, labour and mobility.

with works by Josef Albers, Kader Attia, Sven Augustijnen, Marc Bauer, Joseph Beuys, Arnold Böcklin, Alighiero Boetti, Osman Bozkurt, Herbert Brandl, Christoph Büchel und Giovanni Carmine, Raphaël Cuomo/Maria Iorio, Honoré Daumier, Otto Dix, Andreas Duscha, Max Ernst, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Peter Fischli/David Weiss, Dani Gal, Agnès Geoffray, Karen Geyer, Alberto Giacometti, Andreas Gursky, Ane Hjort Guttu, Fabrice Gygi, Klara Hobza, Ferdinand Hodler, Thomas Imbach, Anna Jermolaewa, Ilya Kabakov, Nikita Kadan, Bouchra Khalili, Paul Klee, Martin Kippenberger, Daniel Knorr, Simona Koch, Herlinde Koelbl, Rudolf Koller, Jacques Lipchitz, Richard Paul Lohse, Claude Monet, Max von Moos, Christian Philipp Müller, Claudia & Julia Müller, Edvard Munch, Marcel Odenbach, Uriel Orlow, Meret Oppenheim, Adrian Paci, Miranda Pennell, Valeska Peschke, Cora Piantoni, Steve Reich, Hans Richter, Kurt Ryslavy, David Salle, Vittorio Santoro, Ceija Stojka, Karl Stojka, Remco Torenbosch, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Félix Vallotton, Albert Welti, Nives Widauer, Artur ?mijewski

Logica del passaggio
_Solo exhibition
_6 May – 7 June 2015
_Opening 5 May 2015, 12:00
_Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice, IT

Logica del passaggio is curated by Simone Frangi
Part of the installation, the new film Appunti del passaggio features a voice performance by Alessandra Eramo and sound by Gilles Aubry.
A reader including related texts by Simone Frangi and Cynthia Fornage is published by Archive Books, Berlin

In Logica del passaggio, Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo analyse the phenomenon of Italian “economic" migration to Switzerland in the Sixties, which was characterized by immigrant workers being restricted to the sphere of production, by discrimination and xenophobia, and by the use of “health risks” as a strategy to control emigration and the legality of border crossings. Through a film and a spatial installation, Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo reread and write up this chapter of history without ever slipping into a mere documentary, working instead to reveal the replicable structure and logic behind it.
Logica del passaggio thus emphasizes the discrepancy between official, institutional portrayals of the phenomenon of migration and the subjective views of the migrants, trying to construct a ‘history from below’.

World Cinema and the Essay Film
_Conference and screening
_30 April – 2 May 2015
_University of Reading, Minghella Building, Reading, UK

Exodus #2
_Screening and talk with Lorenzo Pizzani
_21 April 2015, 8 p.m.
_Vierte Welt, Berlin, D

Donner à voir
Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_Film screening
_8 March 2015, 6 pm
_Auditorium of the Bâtiment d’art contemporain (BAC), Geneva, CH

Un autre été (Véronique Goël, 1981, 87 min.)
The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker

Growing Roots
_Collective exhibition
_5 March – 12 Aprile 2015
_Opening, 4 March 2015
_Palazzo Reale, Milano, IT

with Sislej Xhafa, Lara Favaretto, Sissi, Massimo Grimaldi, Pietro Roccasalva, Luca Trevisani, Alberto Tadiello, Matteo Rubbi, Chiara Fumai, Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo

Discrepant memories (appunti)
_Solo exhibition
_14 February – 15 March 2015
_Ala Est, Museo Cantonale d’arte, Lugano, CH

Donner à voir
Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_16 January - 14 March 2015
_Opening on January 15 at 6 p.m. with an introduction by Tobias Hering, Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio.
_Médiathèque, Genève, CH

Donner à voir is a temporary constellation of films and videos by Chantal Akerman, Michel Auder, Simone Bitton/Catherine Poitevin, Jean-Paul Fargier, Véronique Goël, Abderrahmane Sissako, and a photography-based installation by Jan Lemitz.

Curated by Tobias Hering
in collaboration with Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio

Prendre la parole:
up for / about / on behalf of / out /
with / over
Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_Intervention and screening
_22 November 2014 - 3 January 2015
_Médiathèque, Genève, CH

Opening and film screening, 22 November 2014, 7pm
Tracey Moffatt, Nice Coloured Girls, 1987
Vidéa, Kate Millett parle de la prostitution avec des féministes, 1975
Susan Stein, She Said, 1982

Films by Melanie Chait, Nadja Ringart, Carole Roussopoulos, Delphine Seyrig, Ioana Wieder are presented throughout the duration of the intervention.

Curated by Kerstin Schroedinger and Andrea Thal
in collaboration with Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio

Der Standpunkt der Aufnahme - Point of View
_Book Launch and Screening
_29 October 2014, 6.30–9pm
_The Showroom, London, UK

Der Standpunkt der Aufnahme - Point of View
A collection of texts and image essays through which film-makers, artists and theoreticians reflect on where 'the political' comes into their work and how making films turns into a political practice itself.
The book is published by Archive Books, 2014.

Informal Common Grounds
La città autoprodotta / the self produced city
_Book launch
_22 October, 9pm
_Goethe-Institut, Roma, IT
_Performances, screenings, presentations, debates and concerts
_22-26 October 2014
_Metropoliz, Roma, IT

A project by Self made Urbanism Rome (S.M.U.R.) in collaboration with Teatro Valle Occupato and Metropoliz

Launch of the publication
Roma, città autoprodotta. Ricerca urbana e linguaggi artistici.
by the authors of Self made Urbanism Rome S.M.U.R. (edited by C. Cellamare), published by Manifestolibri, 2014

Le réel et le possible
Unfinished histories - histoires en devenir
_Exhibition and screening
_18 September - 08 November 2014
_Opening 18 September 2014, 18:00
_Médiathèque, Genève, CH

with films by Harun Farocki, Alberto Grifi, Johan Grimonprez, Clarisse Hahn, René Pulfer, Carole Roussopoulos, Axel Salvatori-Sinz, Andrei Ujica (with Harun Farocki)

curated by Emilie Bujès, Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio

From Thousands of Possibilities
_Solo exhibition
_12 June - 05 July 2014
_Opening 11 June 2014, 18:00
_Les Complices*, Zürich, CH

Before the Revolution. Notes on Italian Militant Cinema
with Annamaria Licciardello
_Talk, screening, discussion
_Saturday 14 June, 19:00

The outbreak of the student movement in 1968 started a ten-year period of social and political confrontation in Italy that had no equal in the rest of Europe. All sectors of society and all aspects of personal life underwent attempts to change, criticise and revolt. How to represent this multi-faceted movement? How to communicate and disseminate the workers’ struggles, the new forms of organisations, the urgency of revolution? Whose voice should finally be heard? The need for counter information on one hand and for self-representation on the other led to the proliferation of groups and experiences of the, so-called, militant cinema. Even if few traces have remained of it in comparison to the well-known American or French militant cinema, in the late 60s and 70s, it had some (non-commercial) distribution and a place in the theoretical and critical debate. Strongly rooted in that specific historical moment, in the revolutionary momentum and its subsequent failure, Italian militant cinema fell into obscurity in the following decades. These notes try to sketch a reconstruction of this unwritten page of the history of the moving image in Italy.

Seafaring Project
_Presentation and workshop
_1-5 May 2014
_Casa do Infante, Oporto, P

Swiss Visual. The present and the past of swiss contemporary photography and video art
_Collective exhibition
_25 April – 1 June 2014
_Zuiun-an, Kyoto, JP

Der Standpunkt der Aufnahme - Point of View
_Book launch, screening
_13 March 2014, 20:00
_Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art, Berlin (D)

Der Standpunkt der Aufnahme - Point of View
Perspectives of political film and video work

edited by Tobias Hering

with contributions by Tobias Hering, Videoladen Zürich, Joanne Richardson, Charles Heller, Raphaël Cuomo & Maria Iorio, Serge Daney, Brigitta Kuster, dogfilm, Bärbel Schönafinger, Djibril Diop Mambéty, bankleer, Jean-Marie Straub, Elke Marhöfer, Mikhail Lylov, Sarah Vanagt, Robert Schlicht, Romana Schmalisch, Miriam Aprigio, Raphaël Grisey, Avery Gordon

design & typesetting by Chiara Figone, Archive Appendix

published by Archive Books in collaboration with Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art, Berlin, 2014
485 pages, German & English

Ibn Arabi International Film Festival
Section Periferia
_3-9 March 2014
_Centro Cultural Puertas de Castilla, Murcia (SP)

Un abécédaire contemporain
_La Gaîté lyrique, Paris (F)
_5 February 2014, 19:30

Imaginaires comparés de l’exil
The Interpreter
_Presentation and screening
_10 December 2013
_Université de Lausanne, Faculté des Lettres, Centre de recherche en Langues et Littératures Européennes comparées, Lausanne (CH)

Pasolini and late modernism
Self Made Urbanism Rome
_Presentation and discussion with Tobias Hering
_9 October 2013, 20:00
_NGBK Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin (D)

Gioia delle mille luci riflesse
_Solo exhibition
_28 September - 17 November 2013
_Opening 28 September, 18:00
_Musée jurassien des arts, Moutier, CH

Self Made Urbanism Rome
Informal Common Grounds of a Metropolitan Area
_Group exhibition
_14 September - 3 November 2013
_Opening 13 September, 19:00
_NGBK Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin

Sabine Bitter / Helmut Weber, Giuseppe Ferrara, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Stefano Montesi, Rena Rädle / Vladan Jeremic, Klaus Schafler, Sandra Schäfer, Alexander Schellow, Joel Sternfeld, Tobias Zielony

Curatorial team: Jochen Becker, Carlo Cellamare, Christian Hanussek, Antonella Perin, Susanna Perin mit Alessandro Lanzetta. In Kooperation mit metroZones – Center for Urban Affairs (Berlin), SMU-research (Rom/Aarau)

Self Made Urbanism Rome is an exhibition exploring the Via Casilina, an arterial road in Rome running south-east from the central Porta Maggiore to the city’s borders and beyond. The area fascinated Romantic artists who viewed this urban-rural landscape as complementing the historical and cultural densification with classical temples and inner city palazzi. The artists taking part in the S.M.U.R. project apply contemporary methods to investigate this historical terrain. In this process, they are continuing art history in a new way. In an exchange with scholars and city activists, they explore the self-built and self-organised city expanding here over the last hundred years.

FID Marseille
Descriptions de descriptions
_2-8 July 2013
_Marseille, F

Descriptions de descriptions is the title of a collection of articles written by Pier Paolo Pasolini, which was posthumously published in 1979. It brings together critical prose devoted to films and books, both classics and works by his peers and fellow writers. Under this generic title, we propose to assemble, as exemplified by Pasolini’s location–based films presented in this section, works that stage their own gaze, placing at the very heart of the work the work itself. (Jean-Pierre Rehm)

Coming to light
_4 July 2013, 7pm
_Waterside Contemporary, London, UK

Continuing its event series A Short Summer, waterside contemporary presents Coming to light, a screening programme of works by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio, and Mathieu K. Abonnenc.

The works consider colonial history of European nations and its effect on cultural identity and global context of the present day. While Cuomo and Iorio’s Sudeuropa investigates the economies of visibility in relation to past and present mobility regimes over the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Abonnenc’s An Italian Film is a journey into the turbulent history of copper export from Congo during the European industrialization age.

Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid
_25 - 30 juin 2013
_Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, F

Haute Fidélité
_Group exhibition
_LOOP Barcelona
_15 May – 14 June 2013
_Barcelona, SP: Arts Santa Mònica

with Alexander Hahn, Andreas Dobler, Andy Guhl & Norbert Möslang, Bill Viola, Cerith Wyn Evans, Christian Marclay, Douglas Davis, Francis Baudevin, Gary Hill, Hans Richter, Hubbard & Birchler, Johan Grimonprez, John Cage, Laurie Anderson, Marcel Broodthaers, Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo, Mark Lewis, Michael Snow, Miranda Pennell, Oskar Fischinger, Pipilotti Rist, René Bauermeister, Richard Serra, Robert Breer, Robert Wilson, Roman Signer, Sadie Benning, Samuel Beckett, Steina & Woody Vasulka, Tracey Moffatt, William Burroughs

Dialogue 1
_Screenings and presentation
_26 April 2013, 19:00
_Cinéma Spoutnik, Genève, CH

Presentation and screening of Twisted Realism, 2010-2012

Pier Paolo Pasolini, Mamma Roma, 1962

Alternative spatial imaginaries
_12 April 2013, 13.00-17.00. 
_Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, NL

A symposium with artists Sophie Ernst, Anna Okrasko and Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo. Moderated by Anke Bangma.

Much of the current political debate about culture and society revolves around the question who does and who does not belong 'here'. Underlying this debate is a logic that assumes that there is a 'Dutch' space characterized by 'Dutchness', a 'Moroccan' space characterized by 'Moroccanness', etc. The spatial image that thus emerges is that of a discontinuous, ruptured landscape, where cultures are envisioned to occupy their own separate territories. This is the legacy of a 19th century worldview that also has its echoes in the ethnographic museum and its tradition of regional displays. 

Migration and mobility have challenged this geography of autonomous cultures located in distinct, often national territories. We need new spatial imaginaries to come to a better understanding of the dynamics of culture, of the multiple lifeworlds that intersect within specific places, and of the ways in which communities take shape and lay claims to space within an interconnected world. Anthropologists, cultural theorists and geographers have therefore increasingly focused on mobility. So too have artists who have developed the visual language to make these issues tangible.

This symposium is therefore as much about topical questions about place and the spatialisation of belonging, as it is about artistic imagination.

This symposium is held in conjunction with the exhibition Imagined Places, with work by Claudia Cristovão, Bouchra Khalili, Adrian Paci, Ho-Yeol Ryu and Zineb Sedira (on view until April 14, 2013).

Back & Forth
_Solo exhibition
_12-27 April 2013
_Médiathèque, FMAC, Genève, CH

The Interpreter
Forum Social Mondial / World Social Forum
_Screening and discussion
_30 March 2013
_Centre de Tunis pour la migration et l'asile,Tunis, TUN

Maga on fire!

MAGA on fire!!!
We are sorry to announce that the presentation of our closing contribution to Long Play at Museo MAGA, Gallarate, IT, which was supposed to happen on March 2, is unfortunately cancelled due to the difficult situation the museum is currently encountering.
[image source: detail of a press photo by Daniele Belosio/Varese Press srl, caption of the series: "Le immagini dell'incendio"]

Twisted Realism
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid
_30 November - 8 December 2012
_Screening 7 December, 3pm
_Palais de Tokyo, Paris, F

En sortant du cinéma
_Workshop with Mariagiovanna Nuzzi, Maria Iorio, Raphaël Cuomo
_26-28 Novembre 2012
_Master-Symposium Platform CH 2012
_University of Fine Arts, Bern
_Kino Kunstmuseum, Bern, CH

Self Made Urbanism. Peripheries of a Cosmopolitan City
_15-18 November 2012
_Goethe Institut, Rome, IT

Sichtbar machen. Praktiken visuellen Denkens
Documentary – Disjunction
_Screening and talk
_16 November 2012
_Literaturwerkstatt Berlin, Berlin, D

An evening with filmic works by Maria Iorio, Raphaël Cuomo and Wendelien van Oldenborgh, followed by a talk between the artists and Susanne Leeb. In collaboration with Arsenal, institut für Film und Videokunst

Twisted Realism
_Screening and conversation with writer Marina Vishmidt
_7 November 2012, 7pm
_South London Gallery, London, UK

Der Standpunkt der Aufnahme
_Screening and discussion
_27 September 2012
_Arsenal, institut für Film und Videokunst, Berlin, D

Presentation and screening of Twisted Realism (2010-2012)

Introduction of a Carte blanche in three parts:
Carlo di Carlo, P.P.Pasolini: Cultura e Società (1967);
Pier Paolo Pasolini, La Ricotta (1963);
Pier Paolo Pasolini, Appunti per un'Orestiade Africana (1969)

Pasolini_Appunti per un'Orestiade Africana (1969)

There is no wind on the moon
_Collective exhibition
_2 September - 28 September 2012
_Opening 1 September 2012, 18:00
_SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin, D

an exhibition curated by Tobias Hering and Bonaventure Soh Ndikung
with Dani Gal, Maria Iorio/Raphaël Cuomo, Jan Lemitz

Swiss Art Awards
_Collective exhibition
_12-17 June 2012
_Opening: 11 June 2012, 18:00
_Messezentrum Basel, Halle 4, Basel, CH

Twisted Realism
_Solo exhibition
_31 May - 23 June 2012
_Opening: 30 Mai 2012, 18:00
_Les Complices, Zürich, CH

Twisted Realism
_Solo exhibition
_4 April - 1 July 2012
_ARGOS Center for art and media, Brussels, B

Iorio-Cuomo_Long Play

Long Play
_Collective exhibition
_3 March - 8 July 2012
_MAGA, Museo Arte Gallarate, Gallarate, IT

with Alis/Filliol, Riccardo Arena, Raphaël Cuomo e Maria Iorio, Diego Marcon, Mariagiovanna Nuzzi, Luigi Presicce

[to be updated]