"Fuoriregistro" is a curatorial and collective artistic project whose protagonists are those who live within institutions, schools, academies, hospitals, and prisons, but too often lack a voice or representation. The publication investigates the relationship between education and contemporary art, a relationship considered central in experiments and current debates on the role of art, which seeks to move away from self-referential poetics and engage in critical community work, fostering a climate of participation and shared creativity.
Each issue, released annually, focuses on a different thematic-theoretical core, drawing from real experiences and occasions, with in-depth contributions and collaborations from both Italian and international perspectives. Each issue will be accompanied by limited edition copies, artistic projects, and contributions.
The first issue, "Feminisssmmm Vai pure," takes its title from the homonymous workshop held by Maria Rosa Sossai in early 2019 at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, with the class of Donata Lazzarini, and at the Accademia Belle Arti di Verona, with the class of Giovanni Morbin. The starting point of the workshop was Carla Lonzi's text "Vai pure" from 1980, in which the feminist theorist engages in a dialogue with her artist partner Pietro Consagra. The thematic core of the first issue ("Feminisssmmm Vai pure") is, therefore, the romantic relationship, its potential end, and the ways to confront it, all seen from a gender perspective.