Note Nere

Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist
Artist: Jerico
Creation Year: 2017
Location: Rome, IT

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Note Nere is the name of an art project Jerico did with two artists friends in the center of Rome. It is an exhibition realized within an abandoned farmhouse in the large estate of Tormarancia. This abandoned estate is located to the south of the city's historic center, an immense and unmanaged park, very wild as a place. It is recognized as a place where the Romans used tuff cables to build houses between 800s and 900s. The three artists accidentally found this farmhouse in this park and they worked for 3 months to pull on a different kind of an exhibition. Note Nere , or Black notes in English, lasted two days for visitors invited by the authors personally. About three hundred of visitors came to the event. Jerico and friends opted not to make the event public for security and legal issues. The artists decided to leave the visitors inside the house to explore it themselves.

Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist
Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist

Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist
Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist

Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist
Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist

Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist
Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist

Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist
Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist

Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist
Jerico - Note Nere, Rome, Italy, 2017 - Image courtesy of the artist