Invernomuto & Jim C. Nedd

Invernomuto & Jim C. Nedd, PicoUn parlante de Africa en America (film still), 2017. Courtesy the artists

Invernomuto & Jim C. Nedd, PicoUn parlante de Africa en America (film still), 2017. Courtesy the artists

Invernomuto, MED T-1000, 2019. Courtesy the artists and Pinksummer, Genova. Photo: Giulio Boem

Invernomuto & Jim C. Nedd, PicoUn parlante de Africa en America (film still), 2017. Courtesy the artists

Simone Bertuzzi (b. 1983, Piacenza, Italy) and Simone Trabucchi (b. 1982, Piacenza,Italy) live and work in Milan, Italy. They have been collaborating as Invernomuto since 2003, focusing primarily on moving image and sound, while often integrating sculpture, performance and publishing into their practice. Bertuzzi and Trabucchi have developed individual lines of research into sound with the outlets Palm Wine and STILL, respectively. Invernomuto won the Museion Prize 1 (2017) and were finalists for the MAXXI Bvlgari Prize (2018). Recent exhibitions include 58th Venice Biennale, Italy (2019); Tate Modern,UK (2018); Manifesta 12, Italy (2018); and Nuit Blanche 2017, France (2017). 

Jim C. Nedd (b. 1991, Verona, Italy) lives and works in Milan, Italy. Nedd is an Afro-Colombian interdisciplinary storyteller, involved in sonic environments and visual arts. Founder of the experimental band Primitive Art alongside Matteo Pit, Nedd also operates as a photographer in both advertising and editorial projects, as well as part of the Toiletpaper collective assisting Pierpaolo Ferrari. 

Invernomuto & Jim C. Nedd will be collaborating for their new film commission for LB2020.