The international digital collective Limitless opened on 12 June 2020, showcasing the 16 winning artists of the Limitless call launched by the Nartwork Association.
The Limitless call was open from 13 to 31 May 2020 and received more than 200 applications, with artworks in various genres, from poetry to performing art, from all over the world.
Limitless challenged artists to overcome through art the limits that Covid-19 has imposed on us. Taking advantage of the potential of the web, Nartwork gave voice to the artists and their works by publishing all the candidates on its social channels.
The scientific committee of the Nartwork Association then selected 16 works to give life to the digital collective present on the website www.nartwork.it and enriched with video interviews with the winning artists.
The initiative received the moral patronage of Comune di Napoli, Suor Orsola Benincasa University and the Fondazione Valenzi onlus.
The exhibition has been accompanied by the #Limitlessart video feature with exclusive interviews with artists and professionals from the art world. Among the interviewees was the international artist Jago, who talked about his upcoming projects.
The winning artists are: Ruchi Anadkat (India), Hanna Dujmović (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Arianna Ellero (Italy), Paco Falco (Italy), Giovanni Garrone (Italy), Barbora Sharuzen Gazurova (Slovakia), Sarah Guarino (Italy), Peter Mammes (South Africa), Marco Randazzo (Italy), Shefali Ranthe (Denmark), Gennaro Regina (Italy), Fabio Rocca (Italy), Lucia Serra (Italy), Varsha Sureka (United Arab Emirates), Peter Woodburn (United Kingdom), Alejandro Zamavi (Mexico)