17 July 2011 – 6.00pm
A Summer at the Hangar
From 6 pm: GARAGE SALE
7.30 pm: PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK Terre vulnerabili – a growing exhibition
From 9.30 pm: II edition of HUNDEBISS SUMMER NIGHT
From 6 pm to midnight
Garage Sale Splish Splash
This edition of the Garage Sale welcomes the summer with a Splish Splash! At the last Garage Sale of the season you can find everything you need to have a beautiful vacation at the seaside: from vintage luggage to beach books, colorful beach towels and odd sunglasses, and then sandals, bikini and don’t forget water guns!
Guidelines / you have to book in order to expose / everyone brings things he wants to sell or trade / you don’t have to pay for set up, there’s a free offer / there will be tables available in the space (subject to availability) where you can arrange the items / you can bring your own table / the only rule is that the objects should be used! /
Presentation of the book Terre vulnerabili – a growing exhibition
Parallel to the finissage of the exhibition, HangarBicocca hosts a discussion open to the public about the book Terre Vulnerabili-a growing exhibition with the presence of the curators Chiara Bertola and Andrea Lissoni, and with the participation of Stefano Chiodi, Emanuela De Cecco, Andrea Viliani and Marina Wallace.
From 9.30 pm
Hundebiss Summer Night
Hundebiss Summer Night, curated by Hundebiss Records, sees as the protagonists of the backyard area of the HangarBicocca three individuals of high importance within the field of research of European contemporary visual-music. High Wolf, of French origin with a toe dipped in India, returns from a tour in America with the title of one of the most curious musical projects of the moment. In a recent tour with Dolphins Into The Future, Floris Vanhoos, a young manipulator of negatives, succeeded in dazzling Australia and New Zealand with his flux of images and layers of sound, culminating beautifully with Dj Bongo Man, that is, with the hottest hits straight from The Congo (and not only).