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Automat”(Bureau B Records) is what happens when three musicians like Jochen Arbeit (Die Haut, Einstürzende Neubauten), Achim Färber (Project Pitchfork, Prag, Phillip Boa), Georg Zeitblom (Sovetskoe Foto) join together: a sublime experience under the sign of experimentation and the best industrial sound suggestions, dressed up with a bit of dub music. This album which has recently released, tells about the story of four Berlin airports, a steady glide from leaving the apartment to reaching the destination, featuring genius, iconic artists, legendary names of post-punk era as Lydia Lunch, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge & Blixa Bargeld. An album to have for all the ones who love the industrial music.

“AUTOMAT”: LA SUBLIME ESPERIENZA DELLE SONORITÀ INDUSTRIAL

Automat

Automat

Automat”(Bureau B Records) è ciò che accade quando tre musicisti del calibro di Jochen Arbeit (Die Haut, Einstürzende Neubauten), Achim Färber (Project Pitchfork, Prag, Phillip Boa) e Georg Zeitblom (Sovetskoe Foto) si uniscono: una sublime esperienza all’ insegna della sperimentazione e delle migliori sonorità industrial, condite da un pizzico di dub. Questo album, che è stato recentemente pubblicato, racconta la storia dei quattro aeroporti di Berlino, un continuo planare che va dall’ uscire dall’ appartamento al raggiungimento della destinazione, di cui sono protagonisti geniali, iconici artisti, nomi leggendari dell’ era post-punk quali Lydia Lunch, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge e Blixa Bargeld. Un album da avere per tutti coloro che amano la musica industrial.

 

 

Chiara Scarpitti, photo by Paolo Franzo

Chiara Scarpitti, photo by Paolo Franzo

It successfully follows the smashing showcase featuring in the new fashion tradeshow event Origin, Passion and Beliefs which is held in Vicenza, runs through the 11th May 2014 and hosts accessories and jewelry under the sign of fun, avant-garde suggestions and refined craftsmanship. The jewelry embodies a catchy series of unusual geometries as the creations by Chiara Scarpitti, Yvy and Michelle Lowe-Holder. Solemn and highly conceptual is the clothing collection by the Latvian brand Mareunrol’s, including a nice series of hats reminding me the iconic, genius Blixa Bargeld. Weber Hodel Feder reinterpreted in a contemporary fashion the classic oxford shoes. Marvelous are the creations joining fashion and design in the name of memento mori by Disce Mori by Julia De Ville, objects and refined and evocative jewelry, joining elegance, craftsmanship and grotesque suggestions. The exhibition space is also enriched by installations by renowned fashion companies as the textile company by Luigi Bevilaqua and Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto of the textile company Bonotto, presenting the excellence of made in Italy and made in Veneto, region hosting their companies and which a district peopled of fashion companies.

ORIGIN(2): MODA CONTEMPORANEA & CULTURA ALL’ EVENTO FIERISTICO DI MODA DI VICENZA  

Chiara Scarpitti, photo by Paolo Franzo

Chiara Scarpitti, photo by Paolo Franzo

Prosegue felicemente la formidabile rassegna protagonista del nuovo evento fieristico di moda Origin, Passion and Beliefs che si tiene Vicenza, prosegue fino all’ 11 maggio 2014 e ospita acessori e gioielli all’ insegna di avveniristiche suggestioni e una raffinata artigianalità. I gioielli racchiudono una accattivante serie di insolite geometrie come le creazioni di Chiara Scarpitti, Yvy e Michelle Lowe-Holder. Solenne e altamente concettuale è la collezione di abbigliamento del brand lituano Mareunrol’s che include una simpatica serie di cappelli che mi ricordano l’ iconico, geniale artista Blixa Bargeld. Weber Hodel Feder hanno reinterpretato in chiave contemporanea le classiche stringate. Meravigliose sono le creazioni che uniscono moda e design nel nome del memento mori di Disce Mori by Julia De Ville, oggetti e raffinati, evocativi gioielli che uniscono eleganza, artigianalità e suggestioni grottesche. Lo spazio espositivo è anche arricchito da installazioni di rinomate aziende quali l’ azienda tessile di Luigi Bevilaqua e la Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto dell’ azienda tessile Bonotto che presentano l’ eccellenza del made in Italy e made in Veneto, regione che ospita le loro aziende ed è un distretto popolato di aziende di moda.

 

Chiara Scarpitti, photo by Paolo Franzo

Chiara Scarpitti, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Yvy, photo by Paolo Franzo

Yvy, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Yvy, photo by Paolo Franzo

Yvy, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Michelle Lowe-Holder, photo by Paolo Franzo

Michelle Lowe-Holder, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Michelle Lowe Holder, photo by Paolo Franzo

Michelle Lowe Holder, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Michelle Lowe-Holder, photo by Paolo Franzo

Michelle Lowe-Holder, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Mareunrol’s, photo by Paolo Franzo

Mareunrol’s, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Mareunrol’s, photo by Paolo Franzo

Mareunrol’s, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

 

Weber Hodel Feder, photo by Paolo Franzo

Weber Hodel Feder, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Weber Hodel Feder, photo by Paolo Franzo

Weber Hodel Feder, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Weber Hodel Feder, photo by Paolo Franzo

Weber Hodel Feder, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Disce Mori by Julia De Ville, photo by Paolo Franzo

Disce Mori by Julia De Ville, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Disce Mori by Julia De Ville, photo by Paolo Franzo

Disce Mori by Julia De Ville, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Luigi Bevilacqua, photo by Paolo Franzo

Luigi Bevilacqua, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Luigi Bevilacqua, photo by Paolo Franzo

Luigi Bevilacqua, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

Fondazione Giovanni Bonotto, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

 

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Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Origin, Passion and Belief -the new concept of fashion tradeshow event, focused on accessories and jewelry, hosting also renowned companies producing and distributing fashion and lifestyle products, ideated by Fiera di Vicenza and Not Just a Label (NJAL) – has recently opened in Vicenza. It’s a promising new experience of making joining the creatives to the fashion companies as well as installations talking about healthy ethics, as “Space waste”, installation curated by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio, featuring Carmina Campus – brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi – embodying the culture of re-use and sustainability, a value successfully made concrete by the brand along with other ones celebrating the design as “Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè“, which showcases the work by Gianfranco Ferrè and was also curated  by Maria Luisa Frisa. Elegance shines as lifestyle, a bright alchemy made of experimentation and refinement. That is the sign by Arnoldo Battois, brand of accessories created by Silvano Arnoldo and Massimiliano Battois: high-end materials and sophisticated design, catchy shapes under the sign of a timeless elegance and a fine craftsmanship give rise to a new idea of luxury. An interesting display of creatives, some are more nice other are fun like the creations by Harem and the ethno-chic garments and accessories by ART/C along with other brands, I will tell you about much more soon.

ORIGIN(1): MODA CONTEMPORANEA & CULTURA ALL’ EVENTO FIERISTICO DI MODA DI  VICENZA

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Origin, Passion and Belief – il nuovo concetto di evento fieristico di moda incentrato sugli accessori e i gioielli che ospita anche rinomate aziende che producono e distribuiscono prodotti di moda e di lifestyle ideata da Fiera di Vicenza e Not Just a Label (NJAL) – si è recentemente aperta a Vicenza. Una promettente nuova esperienza che unisce i creativi alle aziende di moda come anche le installazioni che parlano di una salubre etica, quale “Space waste”, installazione curata da Maria Luisa Frisa e Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio, di cui è protagonista Carmina Campus – brand di accessori, gioielli e componenti di arredo, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi – e racchiude in sé la cultura del riuso e della sostenibilità, valore felicemente concretizzato dal brand unitamente ad altre che celebrano il design come “Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè“,  che espone l’ opera di Gianfranco Ferrè ed è stata curata anch’ essa da Maria Luisa Frisa. Splende l’ eleganza come stile di vita, una brillante alchimia fatta di sperimentazione e raffinatezza. Questo è il segno di Arnoldo Battois, brand di accessori creato Silvano Arnoldo e Massimiliano Battois: materiali di alta qualità e un sofisticato design, accattivanti volumi all’ insegna di una eleganza senza tempo e fine artigianalità danno vita a una nuova idea di lusso. Una interessante esposizione di creativi, alcuni dei quali sono simpatici altri divertenti come le creazioni di Harem e gli abiti ed accessori di ART/C unitamente ad altri brand di cui presto vi dirò di più .

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

The installation featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

“Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè”, installation featuring Gianfranco Ferrè jewelry curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

“Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè”, installation featuring Gianfranco Ferrè jewelry curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

“Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè”, installation featuring Gianfranco Ferrè jewelry curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

 

Harem, photo by Paolo Franzo

Harem Royal, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

 

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