Riccardo Giacconi has studied fine arts at the University IUAV of Venezia, at UWE in Bristol and at New York University. His work has been exhibited in various institutions, such as FRAC Champagne-Ardenne (France), tranzitdisplay (Prague), MAXXI (Rome), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin) and in the “Résonance” section of the Lyon Biennale. He was artist-in-residence in Viafarini (Milan), lugar a dudas (Cali, Colombia), MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome and La Box (Bourges). He presented his films in several festivals, including the Rome Film Festival, the Torino Film Festival and the FID Marseille International Film Festival, where he won the Grand Prix of the international competition in 2015. In 2007 he co-founded the collective Blauer Hase, with which he curates the periodical publication ‘Paesaggio’ and the ‘Helicotrema’ festival.
2014: Entrelazado (37 min)
2013: Chi ha lottato con l’angelo resta fosforescente (19 min)
2012: Indagaciòn sobre la forma de los milagros (radiodocumentary, 61 min)
2011: In Forma Lucrurilor Care Trebuie Sa Vine (in collaboration with Andrea Morbio and Daniele Zoico; 35 min)
2011: L'éternité par les astres (10 min)
2010: L’altra faccia della spirale (18 min)
2009: La scena emisferica (16 min)
2008: They gave us the land (14 min)
2007: My grandmother reads the 21 “Theses on the concept of history” by Walter Benjamin (35 min)
Entrelazado (Orig.) / 2014 / Colombia, Italy / 37 min
In quantum physics, if two particles interact in a certain way and then become separated, regardless how distant they are from each other they will share a state called ‘quantum entanglement’. That is, they will keep sharing information despite their separation. This theory used to upset Einstein...