In parallel with the exhibition dedicated to Dorothea Lange, from 19 July to 8 October CAMERA offers the collective FUTURES 2023: new narratives in the Project Room, curated by Giangavino Pazzola who coordinates the research projects at CAMERA. Six young photographic talents, selected for the European program for the promotion and enhancement of emerging artists FUTURES Photography, in which CAMERA represents Italy, explore the theme of the visual representation of the contemporary world in over 40 shots.
Drawing on various photographic creation practices, from those of reusing images and archive materials to those involving the use of software and new technologies, the projects presented investigate not only the uses and customs of today's society, but also new trends that cross the panorama of contemporary photography. What new ways of narrating and reading the world through photography? What can we glimpse on the horizon thanks to them? These are some of the questions that photographers have asked themselves in their visual research.
The projects on display are by Andrea Camiolo (Leonforte, 1998), Nicola Di Giorgio (Palermo, 1994), Zoe Natale Mannella (London, 1997), Eleonora Roaro (Varese, 1989), Sara Scanderebech (Nardò, 1985), Alex Zoboli (Guastalla, 1990).
FUTURES is co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.