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PamFiction

PamFictionJunior Coach | Media

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Country:

Italy

Member since:

20.07.2009


E-mail:

barberi.pamela@gmail.com

Website:

http://www.myspace.com/pamfiction

Activities

| U-CARE Summer Academy 2013
Also available in: English | Italian

Pamela Barberi (PamFiction) was born in Florence. She graduated in 2006
in Film History and Criticism at the University of Florence - DAMS with Professor Alessandro Bernardi.
She currently lives in Scandicci (Florence). Active as an independent video-maker working for years on the urban environment, with particular attention to changes that occur and to the emotions and feelings of the people who inhabit it.
In 2008 she got a scholarship from Scandicci Cultura to realize “Note di e su
Bucharest”, a report on musical underground culture of the capital. This gives rise to the collaboration with Scandicci Culture to make documentaries on local reality.
In 2009 she collaborated with Fondazione Marangoni for the project “Codici Binari”,
partecipatine to a group exibition at the Ginger Zone in Scandicci.
In collaboration with Centro di Documentazione Audiovisiva del Comune di Pontassieve and Kinkaleri, she has made a series of audio.video installation, starting from a reflection on the territory of Val di Sieve e Valdarno.
Since 2006 she has been collaborating with the Association Fabbrica Europa, whose member she became in 2010, as part of interdisciplinary projects developed within Roots & Routes.

Feel the music - Self Definiton | @ Art Studio Hoogvliet - Rotterdam

Also available in: English | Italian

Art Studio Hoogvliet, Campusplein 2a Hoogvliet, 24.09.2014

Feel the music - Self Definiton | @ Art Studio Hoogvliet - RotterdamOn September 26, Within the frame of the final conference of the U-CARE and Steps Ahead projects, Feel the Music will be presented by Pamela Barberi through one of the exercises/actions developed during its practice in Florence.
A collective creative reading of the song Jerusalem by Alpha Blondy attempts to create a choral restitution of the individual perception of the vocal and conceptual meaning of a text without staying inside its formal limits.

Special guests: Nicola Pedroni and Caitlin Schaap

Duration: 20 min. The public can take an active part in the action.
by PamFiction > Italy

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