Pubblicato il 31 maggio 2009 by Pier Luca Santoro

Crack Editoria

Crack Editoria

A visi­tor walks past the latest instal­la­tion — a crack in the floor enti­tled ‘Shib­bo­leth’ — by Colom­bian sculp­tor Doris Sal­cedo, in the Tur­bine Hall at the Tate Modern in Lon­don, Mon­day Oct. 8, 2007. The work, which begins as a hair­line crack, widens and dee­pens as it runs the full 167 meters of the hall. Sal­cedo claims the work took her over a year to make, and she appa­ren­tly made it elsewhere but has spent the past five weeks instal­ling it in the Tate, but Tate direc­tor Nicho­las Serota insi­sted it is not an opti­cal illu­sion. The instal­la­tion will be remo­ved in April next year by fil­ling in the crack. Accor­ding to the artist, the piece is a sta­te­ment about racism and the crack repre­sents the gap bet­ween white Euro­peans and the rest of huma­nity. Gal­lery staff will be on hand to warn visi­tors about the dan­gers of trip­ping and fal­ling into the gap.(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

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Pier Luca Santoro

Marketing & Communication at DataMediaHub
Pier Luca Santoro è un esperto di marketing, comunicazione & sales intelligence. Project Manager @DataMediaHub . Dal 1998 opera come consulente per progetti di posizionamento strategico, organizzazione, comunicazione & formazione per aziende pubbliche e private, associazioni di categoria e amministrazioni pubbliche. Sperimentatore e creativo ha sviluppato un’esperienza significativa nell’ambito dell’edutainment, nell’utilizzo dei giochi come medium e la gamification.
Dal 1987 in poi é stato responsabile del marketing e dell’organizzazione commerciale di grandi imprese [Star, Giuliani, Bonomelli].
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