Artist/conceptualizer and professor ( ita). Studies: Artistic Lyceum, Fine Arts Academy of Rome where graduated; master in new audio-visual mediums at the Faculty of Modern Literature. Lived around. At the moment I’m living and working in Rome.

My artwork combines different media as: internet-art projects, animations, interactive video-installations, digital art in public space as site-specific artworks and video-sculptures. I develop also internet-artworks as widgets, apps and web-apps for mobile platforms.

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Inside Out - Kunsthaus, Dresden

Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:25 - Sun Jul 15, 2012

Inside Out
Kunsthaus Dresden presents local off-spaces
C. Rockefeller, F14, geh8 and S T O R E have one room each. 11–14 July 2012

Opening Tuesday, 10 July, 7pm, Kunsthaus Dresden – Municipal Gallery for Contemporary Art
7.30pm Nikolaus Woernle aka 20goto10: ›GITARRENPRESSE #5‹ Noise/sound installation (guitar, guitarpress, modularsystem, FX) After 10pm DJ set: Nikolaus Woernle & Markus Prodehl

C.Rockefeller Center for the Contemporary Arts with Andreas Grahl, Andy Kania, Andreas Ullrich, Doppeldenk, Lucie Freynhagen, Matthias Marx

F14 with Martina Beyer, Maja Gratzfeld, Jan Kunze, Matthias Materne, Martin Paul Müller, Marten Schech, Pascal Spindler, Marcel Walldorf

geh8: ›Verbunden mit nichts‹ with André Obermüller, Mariёlle Buitendijk, Daniel Nicolae Djamo, Topp & Dubio, Josh Hite, Ninia Sverdrup, Jonathan Johnson, Alessio Rutigliano, Dorotea Doreen Etzler, Albert Negredo, Karolien Soete, Su jeong Shin-Goldbach, Paul Wiersbinski, Draga Jovanovic, Mehraneh Atashi, Chris Joseph, Michaela Bottková, Roberto Santaguida, Jorge Catoni, Kok & Deiman, Maurice Summen & Markus Fiedler & Lucian Busse, Konstantinos-Antonios Goutos, Tetsushi Higashino, Juliane Schmidt, Nicolas Carrier, Mattias Wright, Morgan Meisters, Isabelle Desjeux, Chiara Passa, Maurice Summen & Markus Fiedler & Lucian Busse, Tanja Szallies, Alwin Weber Stephan Groß, Henry Gwiazda, Maciej Nowaczyk, Cora Piantoni

S T O R E: ›video violence. optional commemoration and the future‹ with Trisha Baga, Alexandra Barao, Marie Julia Bollanseé, CLPPNG, Dylan Fisher, Paul Flanery, Mekhitar Garabedian, Adam Harms / Kat Harvey, Naho Kawabe, Sara Ludy, Veronica Luyo / Alvaro Icaza, Lorna Mills, Fernando Visockis Macedo, John Miserendino, Galeria Perdida, Jozef Robakowski, Anselm Ruderisch, Yorgos Sapountzis, Sutter/Schramm

›Inside Out Giftshop‹ in the cashier room

The exhibition ›Inside Out‹ is the starting point for a dialogue between the off-spaces and Kunsthaus Dresden – Municipal Gallery for Contemporary Art. The budget of off-spaces is small, often they are only active for a short time and run collectively. The discourse starting with ›Inside Out‹ deals with the potentials but also with the downsides of these specific conditions of producing and exhibiting. Doing so, it adds new aspects to Kunsthaus Dresden’s current exhibition series ›Terms of exhibiting, producing and performing‹.

Program ›Museumssommernacht‹, 14 July 2012, 6pm – 1am

6.30 – 7.30pm
Round Table Discussion:
Off-spaces and their potential
The conversation will be continued in one of the off-spaces later this year (Time & Location TBA).

Reading: Marcel Beyer reads from his book ›Putins Briefkasten‹

6.30pm – 1am
Conversations & Drinks

After 11pm

Karin Ziegler (Press and Marketing)

Upcoming exhibition and program:
›Various Stages – Bedingte Bühnen‹
3 August – 14 October 2012
Opening 2 August 2012 at 7pm
with Nevin Aladag, Nairy Baghramian, Steven Claydon, Yael Davids, Discoteca Flaming Star, FORT, Hella Gerlach, Liam Gillick, and others
›Salon Rähnitz‹
3 August – 14 October 2012
Tuesday, 7pm – 11pm
Festival ›Test Run – Probelauf‹
part I: Kunsthaus Dresden, 12 – 14 October 2012
part II: Muzeum Sztuki/Kunstmuseum Lodz, 11 – 13 January 2013

curated by Petra Reichensperger.


Helen Adamidou at the WAG - Widget Art Gallery, July 10 th. 'til Aug 10 th. 2012

Tue Jul 10, 2012 10:55 - Fri Aug 10, 2012

Dear friends,

I'm glad to share with you the Helen Adamidou's site-specific-exhibition made just for the WAG - Widget Art Gallery, on IPhone, IPod touch and IPad. July 10 th - Aug 10 th 2012.

Best Regards, Chiara

About the exhibition:

"Up against the wall" by Helen Adamidou.
Seven flat morphed screens displaying my face affected by a virus are moving like crazy up against the gallery's walls.

About the WAG:

The “WAG" is a mini 3-dimensional, single room gallery that fits into your pocket 'cause I've developed it for IPhone, IPod Touch and I Pad.
Every month, directly on your mobile, The “WAG” hosts a solo digital art exhibition related to the dynamic site-specific contest. So, the
Widget Art Gallery works both as a sort of kunsthall showing temporary exhibitions and as a permanent collections museum because conserves
all the past exhibitions inside an online archive. For IPhone and IPod touch, just copy this url in
Safari and choose: “add to home” and the WAG's icon will be saved on your IPhone. Do the same for IPad but paste this other URL:, or download the widget version for Mac osx dashboard at: . Past exhibitions at:

Chiara Passa - new media artist (Ita)


“Trigonometric building” OUT NOW!

Wed Jun 20, 2012 13:40 - Sun Jul 29, 2012

Dear friends,

I'm happy to share with you the “Trigonometric building”, an interactive video-mapping screening on a site-specific building (Demo on The New Museum NY).

"Trigonometric building" is a demo-proposal for an interactive architectural mapping projection designed specifically for the facade of the New Museum in New York, but it’s obviously also adaptable to other architectural facades, if further manipulated. In the interactive version, the audience via a PC-workstation placed in front
of the projection, can manipulate in real time the geometry of different parallelepipeds that compose the building, (using a 3-D software simulates a smooth-pencil-trace, that draws lines on white
cardboard) transforming them into triangles starting from their corners and/or faces. The result of the manipulations is a total deconstruction of the architectural structure that can appear occasionally minimal; therefore, closer to the primordial geometric shape, or complex, multiform and multifaceted, and in continuous
transformation from an always changing point of view, so that by looking at it, the observer can make a sort of virtual tour of 360° in space and time.

Video preview at:
Images at:


The “Hemispheric is watching you” out now!

Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:40 - Fri Jul 27, 2012

Dear friends,

I'm glad to share with you the “Hemispheric is watching you”, an interactive architectural video-mapping on a site-specific building (Demo on ‘El Emisferico’, Valencia), 2012.

"Hemispheric is watching you" is a demo-proposal for an interactive video-mapping projection that highlights the concept of surveillance,
designed specifically for the facade of ‘El Emisferico’ in Valencia, but it’s also adaptable to other architectural facades. The audience’s
actions and movements made freely standing in front of the façade’s projection are captured by a camera-tracking system that translates
the movements on coordinates of the x, y and z Cartesian axis. So, the robotic eye screened on El Emisferico, reacts to the spectator’s
activities throughout 360° space. In fact, the eye moves itself and changes also the iris color, following the same audience body’s acts,
so the spectator from observer becomes observed and controlled by the robotic eye, in continuous transformation from an always-changing
point of view.

Video preview at: Images at:

Best regards, Chiara

Chiara Passa - new media artist (Ita)


Sheroes #11: Dusty Springfield!

Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:45 - Fri Jun 29, 2012


Sheroes #11: Dusty Springfield!

TORONTO - (Wednesday, June 13, 2012) - Sheroes will be presenting their latest event, Sheroes #11: Dusty Springfield, on Thursday, June
28th at The Beaver (1192 Queen Street West).

Dusty Springfield latest inductee to the League of Legendary Ladies What yew know abaaaht Cilla, Lulu & Sandie (Dust's three wigs).
The second last installment of the monthly, limited-run art party series — which brings together on and offline works that playfully and
peformatively explore the iconography and fan culture surrounding the League of Legendary Ladies — will be a very special Pride Toronto
variety show extravaganza celebrating Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien's secret White Heat Toronto history. (Think Dusty/Carole.)

For Sheroes #11: Dusty Springfield, organizer Rea McNamara has commissioned an impressive lineup of local and international artists and performers. Inspired by the Queen of the Postmod's trouble-making perfectionist notoriety, these performances, digital animations and interactive installations will reinterpret and remix for one night only our current muse.

Sheroes #11: Dusty Springfield Thursday, June 28, 2012. 10:30PM. The Beaver (1192 Queen Street West)
Contact: Rea McNamara

Performances "Walking Dusty Roads" Drag: Drag Cwene and recent Crews & Tangos Drag
Race 2012 winner Judy Virago (Sodom) will bring sparkle and lipsync vibrato alongside the Queen of the Postmod cosplay of Nancy Bocock.
Ready, Steady LIVE Soul: Sassy Soul Rock n' Roller Siânteuse of The Sphinxes, Vag Halen's Vee Stun & returning Sheroes performer Natalia will each individually perform Dusty reinterpretations that'll take you to the Top of the OBE Pops to the unrecognized depths of her "Soft
Core". League of Legendary Ladies Karaoke! Dancing! The Sheroes Quest continues with Sheroes salonnière reeraw briefly shifting the
immersive party atmosphere into karaoke machine territory with League of Legendary Ladies Karaoke, emcee extraodinaire Silk Degrees holds it
all down, and resident DJ NoLoves will be joined by guest DJ Aaron Knight (Shake A Tail) to bring the chunes.

Digital Animations

Lorna Mills curates The Collective Lesbo Consciousness, a group GIF show projected on the walls of The Beaver. The show will feature the
works of A. Bill Miller, Andrew Benson, Anthony Antonellis, Chiara Passa, Daniel Rehn, Emilie Gervais, Eva Papamargariti, Francoise
Gamma, Gaby Cepeda, Georges Jacotey, Giselle Zatonyl, Grace McEvoy, Haruko Hirukawa, Helen Adamidou, Jennifer Chan, Juan Manuel Morales,
Lorna Mills, Małgosia Woźnica, Manuel Fernández, Oz Melo, Rea McNamara, Rodell Warner, Rollin Leonard, Sally McKay, Sarah Weis, Tony Halmos & Yoshi Sodeoka.

What is Sheroes?
Sheroes is committed to doing herstory right — reinterpreting and remixing the mythic woman-power that pervades digital and actual cultures, realizing new works from ephemeral and archival artifacts.

Our last inductee into the League of Legendary Ladies will be Nina Simone on Thursday, July 26th at The Beaver. For further information regarding our upcoming events, click here.

Our closing event will be Virtual Season, an all-day & night arts & music festival on Sunday, July 29th in Toronto's Kensington Market
that will be co-presented with Whippersnapper Gallery. For more information regarding our festival, click here.

All Sheroes events are brainstormed and archived online at, uniting digital communities with real-time audiences in an ongoing exploration into cultures of fandom and collaborative content creation.

Interactive Installations

"Becoming Dusty" Wig Salon: Trixie & Beever of bbj handmade pop accessories return to the Sheroic fold (they were last with us for Sheroes #9: Dolly Parton) with their unique peroxide beehive wig salon in the Beaver's patio.
Dust Fan Art Giveaway: Resident Artist Rusiko will set up an animated, sub-liminal experience that'll allow you to take your own personal
Dust away. Nail Art Bar: Our popular nail artist Smack of the Hand returns, offering Sheroes attendees PWYC Queen of the Postmods-inspired manis.