1. Metempsicosi project studio

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    Video realizzato (utilizzando materiale performance I-dentity di Francesca Lolli)

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    • ARTIST MUST BE BEAUTIFUL IN 2014 - video performance - TEASER

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      With Francesca Lolli and Alice Spito Special Effects Make up Artist Giulia Riccardizi Hair stylist - 2nd make up artist Filippo Zangarelli Unit still photographer Gabriel Di Mario +++++ Artist must be beautiful in 2014' parla della confusione che può essere generata quando un artista si ocnfonde con la sua opera, dimenticando di essere il mezzo di qualcosa di più grande. 'Artist must be beautiful in 2014' is about the confusion that can be generated when an artist replaces him/herself with his/her work of art, forgetting to be a medium of something bigger

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      • TISSUE MO

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        Rahman Hak-Hagir, Francesca Lolli - TISSUE MO, 2014 Limited (9/9), numbered, signed and artist certified photo print on alu dubond, 120 x 90 cm Photographers: Francesca Lolli, Rahman Hak-Hagir Post Production Pictures: Rahman Hak-Hagir Post Production Video: Francesca Lolli TISSUE, as described in this 17th-century European account of the voyage of Hasekura Tsunenaga: "They blow their noses in soft silky papers the size of a hand, which they never use twice, so that they throw them on the ground after usage, and they were delighted to see our people around them precipitate themselves to pick them up." +++ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasekura_Tsunenaga Rahman Hak-Hagir (May 15, 1972) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based half-Afghan conceptual and performance artist who began his career in 1990. Active for two decades in varied fields of art, his work is recently focussing on the conflicting priorities between individual and social environment. Francesca Lolli (October 4, 1976) is an Italian Perugia-born performance artist, actress and scenographer who currently lives and works in Milano. After graduating at 'Teatro Arsenale' she attended the 'Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera', graduating magna cum laude as a scenographer. Since 2012 she is focussing into performance & video art. www.francescalolli.it www.rahmanhakhagir.com www.theothersociety.com

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        • Rahman Hak-Hagir - KAROTTE (Carrot)

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          Rahman Hak-Hagir - KAROTTE (Carrot) | Video Performance, 2014 Camera & Photography: Francesca Lolli Concept & Postproduction: Rahman Hak-Hagir KAROTTE | Stage (2014) Limited (8), numbered, signed and artist certified photo print on alu-dubond, 120 x 90 cm KAROTTE | 8 photos serial (2014) Limited (8), numbered, signed and artist certified photo print on alu-dubond, 90 x 70 cm "Greed is a bottomless pit which exhausts a person in an endless effort to satisfy the need without ever reaching satisfaction." - Erich Fromm +++ Rahman Hak-Hagir (May 15, 1972) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based half-Afghan conceptual and performance artist who began his career in 1990. Active for two decades in varied fields of art, his work is recently focussing on the conflicting priorities between individual and social environment. www.rahmanhakhagir.com www.facebook.com/rahman.hakhagir www.vimeo.com/rahmanhakhagir www.francescalolli.it www.theothersociety.com *

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          • HOW IT HAS TO BE (CHINESE VERSION)

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            HOW IT HAS TO BE (Chinese version) - Francesca Lolli, Julia Wertheimer, Rahman Hak-Hagir (2014) [Video Performance | 2:05 min.] Spoken by: Ting Zang (Shanghai) ENGLISH VERSION AT: https://vimeo.com/85464790 ITALIAN VERSION AT: https://vimeo.com/86452295 FARSI VERSION: https://vimeo.com/85673705 "For those who stubbornly seek freedom around the world, there can be no more urgent task than to come to understand the mechanisms and practices of indoctrination. These are easy to perceive in the totalitarian societies, much less so in the propaganda system to which we are subjected and in which all too often we serve as unwilling or unwitting instruments." - Noam Chomsky "Per quelli che ostinatamente cercano la libertà nel mondo, non esiste bisogno più urgente di comprendere il meccanismo e le pratiche dell'indottrinamento. Queste sono facili da individuare nelle società totalitarie, molto meno nel sistema di propaganda del quale siamo soggetti e del quale tutti troppo spesso siamo strumenti involontari o inconsapevoli". - Noam Chomsky Camera & Postproduction: Francesca Lolli Spoken by: Francesca Lolli & M.D. Semih Piskin Thanks to: Rainer Kriesch & The Other Society +++ Francesca Lolli (October 4, 1976) is an Italian Perugia-born performance artist, actress and scenographer who currently lives and works in Milano. After graduating at 'Teatro Arsenale' she attended the 'Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera', graduating magna cum laude as a scenographer. Since 2012 she is focussing into performance & video art. Her work is focussing on gender- and socio-political issues. Rahman Hak-Hagir (May 15, 1972) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based half-Afghan conceptual and performance artist who began his career in 1990. Active for two decades in varied fields of art, his work is recently focussing on the conflicting priorities between individual and social environment. Julia Wertheimer (28th March 1987) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based media artist, conceptual photographer and performance artist who began her career in 2009. She is active in several fields of the arts and considers herself as a cross-media artist. Her work is focussing on socio-political issues. +++ francescalolli.it (COMING SOON) vimeo.com/francescalolli facebook.com/francesca.lolli.94 juliawertheimer.com (COMING SOON) vimeo.com/juliawertheimer facebook.com/julia.wertheimer rahmanhakhagir.com vimeo.com/rahmanhakhagir facebook.com/rahman.hakhagir theothersociety.com( COMING SOON) Read More…

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            • HOW TO NOT HIT AN EGG - TEASER

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              WATCH THE FULL VIDEO HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p566w6PeNIo - Usually we prefer Vimeo, but due to the filesize and to have it in HD we upload it for you on YouTube - HOW TO NOT HIT AN EGG - Rahman Hak-Hagir, Francesca Lolli, Julia Wertheimer (2014) [VIDEO PERFORMANCE | 17:51 mins | HD] "With great power, comes great responsibility." - François-Marie Arouet aka Voltaire & Peter Parker aka Spider Man In physics and systems theory, the superposition principle, also known as superposition property, states that, for all linear systems, the net response at a given place and time caused by two or more stimuli is the sum of the responses which would have been caused by each stimulus individually. So that if input A produces response X and input B produces response Y then input (A + B) produces response (X + Y). +++ VIDEO PERFORMANCE + PHOTO DOCUMENTATION Performance: Francesca Lolli, Rahman Hak-Hagir, Julia Wertheimer Photographer: Julia Wertheimer Camera & Postproduction: Francesca Lolli Year: 2014 Thanks to: Rainer Kriesch & The Other Society +++ Francesca Lolli (October 4, 1976) is an Italian Perugia-born performance artist, actress and scenographer who currently lives and works in Milano. After graduating at 'Teatro Arsenale' she attended the 'Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera', graduating magna cum laude as a scenographer. Since 2012 she is focussing into performance & video art. Her work is aimed on gender- and socio-political issues. Rahman Hak-Hagir (May 15, 1972) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based half-Afghan conceptual and performance artist who began his career in 1990. Active for two decades in varied fields of art, his work is recently focussing on the conflicting priorities between individual and social environment. Julia Wertheimer (28th March 1985) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based media artist, conceptual photographer and performance artist who began her career in 2009. She is active in several fields of the arts and considers herself as a cross-media artist. Her work is focussing on socio-political themes. +++ www.francescalolli.it (COMING SOON) www.vimeo.com/francescalolli www.facebook.com/francesca.lolli.94 www.juliawertheimer.com (COMING SOON) www.vimeo.com/juliawertheimer www.facebook.com/julia.wertheimer www.rahmanhakhagir.com www.vimeo.com/rahmanhakhagir www.facebook.com/rahman.hakhagir www.theothersociety.com (COMING SOON)

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              • GOLDEN EGGS

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                Francesca Lolli, Rahman Hak-Hagir, Julia Wertheimer - GOLDEN EGGS (2014) [Video Performance: 8:37 mins | HD] + Photo Documentation GOLDEN EGGS - Artist Shot (2014) Limited (9), signed, numbered artist print on alu-dubond, 200 x 150 cm Photographer: Amin Hak-Hagir Postproduction: Rahman Hak-Hagir +++ The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs is an idiom used of an unprofitable action motivated by greed. It refers to one of Aesop's Fables, numbered 87 in the Perry Index. Avianus and Caxton tell different stories of a goose that lays a golden egg, where other versions have a hen, as in Townsend: "A cottager and his wife had a Hen that laid a golden egg every day. They supposed that the Hen must contain a great lump of gold in its inside, and in order to get the gold they killed it. Having done so, they found to their surprise that the Hen differed in no respect from their other hens. The foolish pair, thus hoping to become rich all at once, deprived themselves of the gain of which they were assured day by day." See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aesop%27s_Fables See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_risk [Aesop's Fables or the Aesopica is a collection of fables credited to Aesop, a slave and story-teller believed to have lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 560 BCE. Of diverse origins, the stories associated with Aesop's name have descended to modern times through a number of sources. They continue to be reinterpreted in different verbal registers and in popular as well as artistic mediums.] +++ Thanks to Amin Hak-Hagir & Rainer Kriesch www.rahmanhakhagir.com www.francescalolli.it www.theothersociety.com - Altera Societate -

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                • GOLDEN EGGS / MAKING OF 2

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                  GOLDEN EGGS / MAKING OF 2 (Full video performance coming next on www.vimeo.com/theothersociety) Video Performance: 8:37 mins | HD Francesca Lolli, Rahman Hak-Hagir, Julia Wertheimer + Photo Documentation Thanks to Amin Hak-Hagir & Rainer Kriesch www.rahmanhakhagir.com www.francescalolli.it www.theothersociety.com

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                  • GOLDEN EGGS / MAKING OF 1

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                    GOLDEN EGGS / MAKING OF 1 (Full video performance coming next on www.vimeo.com/theothersociety) Video Performance: 8:37 mins | HD Francesca Lolli, Rahman Hak-Hagir, Julia Wertheimer + Photo Documentation Thanks to Amin Hak-Hagir & Rainer Kriesch www.rahmanhakhagir.com www.francescalolli.it www.theothersociety.com

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                    • GOLDEN EGGS / TEASER

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                      GOLDEN EGGS / TEASER (Full video performance coming next on www.vimeo.com/theothersociety) Video Performance: 8:37 mins | HD Francesca Lolli, Rahman Hak-Hagir, Julia Wertheimer + Photo Documentation +++ The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs is an idiom used of an unprofitable action motivated by greed. It refers to one of Aesop's Fables, numbered 87 in the Perry Index. Avianus and Caxton tell different stories of a goose that lays a golden egg, where other versions have a hen, as in Townsend: "A cottager and his wife had a Hen that laid a golden egg every day. They supposed that the Hen must contain a great lump of gold in its inside, and in order to get the gold they killed it. Having done so, they found to their surprise that the Hen differed in no respect from their other hens. The foolish pair, thus hoping to become rich all at once, deprived themselves of the gain of which they were assured day by day." See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aesop%27s_Fables See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_risk +++ Thanks to Amin Hak-Hagir & Rainer Kriesch www.rahmanhakhagir.com www.francescalolli.it www.theothersociety.com

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