Disembedded. Terremoto Invisibile

Disembedded. Terremoto Invisibile is a visual arts and performances exhibition. Identity – memory – disembedded Museum La Civitella – Sala Mostre Via Generale Salvatore Pianell – Chieti – Italy 27 > 30 August 2009 Press release flyer___ Press release   Making of & Artwork Gallery

Street cinema @ Metrocult day 2009

Componibile62 partecipates at the second edition of Metrocult 2009 – Milan, Spazio Oberdan, 18th April 2009. Street Cinema _the city as a great saloon Via Zucchi 39/G Cusano Milanino –  21:00 Live and interactive street art event, created for the METROCULT Day, organized in 2009 and promoted by the Province of Milano. The project, undertaken […]

Rainbow paper

In January 2009 Componibile62 signed the Rainbow Paper, paper on promoting a European platform for dialogue and intercultural cooperation. More information avaible here: – About the Platform for Intercultural Europe

Cities on the edge – INTERCHANGE

Componibile62 takes an active part in the project cities on the edge held at the Liverpool Biennial exhibition to INTERCHANGE, Liverpool (UK) Interchange takes place from October 31 to November 9, 2008 is looming as an advanced and curatorial art project (visual art, musical performances, installations, video / audio, public art, workshops), thanks to active […]

Componibile62 activities in 2008

di_visioni_ Duel beat – via Scarfoglio – Agnano (Na) November 2008 Pasquale Napolitano [graphic design] +Carmine De Falco [poems] +Elettra Boccia [polaroid] Di_visioni is the final result of the mix of different media and skills, bonded together in a unique show. Panni stesi / hanging clothes Milan, 4th October 2008. On the occasion of the […]

Previous projects

“Doppio Sogno Collateral” (collateral doble-dream) July 2006, PAN, Naples Componibile62 – when it was just a group, not association yet – organised the independent cinema festival “Doppio sogno collateral” in collaboration with PAN, Palace of Arts of Naples. M.A.I.O. December 2007, Baiano (Naples) Componibile62 organised and promoted the conference: “Maio. Between Mith and Media. Identity […]