Spazio In Situ in an artist-run space opened in Rome.
Spazio In Situ opened the 27th October 2017 presenting the exhibition What if?, that shows a work from each artist of the group. In Situ was spountaneously born by working togheter as a group, free from the critical-historical meaninig of the term “artistic group”, with the purpose of facing the complex role that artists have in our contemporary society, and in order to reach a higher level of artistic research. In Situ is more than a set of studios, it’s a studio devoted to the constant research of ideas, a place where personal growth meets the collective growth, an open-space without any walls between each artist studio. Artworks are free to live in the space, breathing an open-minded atmosphere that leads to a huge network of hyperlinks and unlimited possibilities.
In Situ constanly challenge himself re-thinking the space and its role, an example is the exhibition project Contemporary Absurdity, a six solo exhibitions cycle with works by Marco De Rosa, Roberta Folliero, Andrea Frosolini, Christophe Constantin, Francesco Palluzzi, Elisa Selli. The space during the exhibitions turns into a White Cube, one time sacral space for every artwork that is inside, and now creating an ecosystem in which common objects become icons of a concpt, shifting the viewer from reality to illusion.