Rosas – Opera in 3 Acts
2012
Installation:3 HD videos 23’, 35’, 20’ each, 10 Hantarex monitors (7 mute, 3 sound), 10 DVD players, 3 headphones
Installation views at Castello di Rivoli, Turin
Photo Renato Ghiazza

Rosas – Opera in 3 Acts
2012
Installation:3 HD videos 23’, 35’, 20’ each, 10 Hantarex monitors (7 mute, 3 sound), 10 DVD players, 3 headphones
Installation views at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, CH
Photo Gunnar Meier

ROSAS TEA BAR
Installation, Participartory space

2015  

Rosas Tea Bar comes into being as part of Rosas and today is proposed as autonomous work and present itself as participatory space available to visitors who can perform and to drink a cup of tea, socialise and have fun. Rosas Tea Bar is an installation that reproduces the facet of an actual tea bar in United Kingdom. During the shooting of the video ROSAS (the second chapter of The Trilogy), owners of the tea bar offered free tea to participants as an act of social contribution and participation.  

It is the first as an actual production set defined by plasterboard walls, mirrors, dance bars, cinema lighting, and a professional movie camera. Here one may make films, photographs, dance sessions, or stage other performances with the possibility of recording them. Available to visitors, who may book use of the set through the Museums and Institutions hosting it, like in the case of Rosas Tea Bar, offering people the opportunity to express their own individual creativity, socialize, and have fun.

Rosas – Tea Bar 
2015
Neon, wood, monitor with video 
Variable dimension 
Installation views at ABC – Art Berlin Contemporary 2015
Photo Hans-Georg Gaul

ROSAS MOVIE SET
Installation, Participatory space

2012  

Rosas – Movie Set is the real set built by non-professional carpenters in UK for the shooting of the second chapter of The Trilogy. It is an actual production set defined by wooden walls, mirrors, dance bars, cinema lighting, and a professional movie camera, that allows visitors to make films, photographs, dance sessions, or stage other performances with the possibility of recording them. Available to visitors can book for free the use of the set through the Museums and Institutions hosting it, Rosas – Movie Set exemplifies Senatore’s idea of a work as an open platform, within which the artist’s role is to unleash production processes offering people the opportunity to express their own individual creativity.

Rosas – Movie Set 
2014
Installation: wood, Fresnel lamps 2000W, 500W, 650W, fog machine, dance bars, mirrors 
Dimensions determined by the space 
Installation view at BOZAR, Brussels

Rosas – Movie Set 
2012 
Wood, Fresnel lamps 2000W, 500W, 650W, fog machine, dance bars, mirrors
Dimensions determined by the space 
Installation view at Castello di Rivoli, Turin 
Photo Renato Ghiazza

Rosas – Movie Set 
2012
Installation: wood, Fresnel lamps 2000W, 500W, 650W, fog machine, dance bars, mirrors 
Dimensions determined by the space 
Installation views

Rosas: Public opinion descends upon the demonstrators 
2012 
Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle paper cm 80 x 105, framed
Private collections

Rosas: The Attic 
2012 
Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle paper 
cm 80 x 105, framed
Private collections

Rosas: Perfect Lives 
2012 
Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle paper 
cm 80 x 105, framed
Private collections

Rosas Map 
2012 
Drawing – Pencil and sharpie on PVC 
cm 210 x 300

ROSAS – The Trilogy
2012 
Trailer
Collection: Castello di Rivoli – Museo d’Arte Contemporanea

ROSAS – The Trilogy
2012 
Stills from video

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