Experimental design and young talents at the Base for the second edition of Ventura Future (this year in Zona Tortona). Installations with a high emotional impact, interactive and totally instagrammable in Ventura Centrale. A selection of projects, by Fulvia Ramogida of Ventura Projects
Ventura Future lands in Tortona (at the Base, in via Bergognone). And the anti-mess strategy of the design research collective is a 5 euro entry ticket. While the “pop” installations in Ventura Centrale will take over 15 spaces in via Ferrante Aporti and continue to be at free of charge
Broken Nature, the XXII Triennale curated by Paola Antonelli, will show how design can regenerate the gap between man and nature. And between people and human values. In Milan, from March 1 through September 1, 2019 There is a quote from Shakespeare’s Hamlet that came to my mind yesterday, during the first symposium on Broken Nature, the XXII Triennale curated by the MoMA Senior Curator Paola Antonelli. «Time is out of joint». I came across it again a few days ago on the entrance stairway of the National Gallery of Rome, and for the first time I realized how newsworthy it was today. Because it indicates the rift between what should and could be and what it is, between the natural progression of events and species and the one that is falsified and corrupted by human intrusion. And these are precisely the reflections underlying the curatorial concept of Broken Nature, the exhibition that will occupy the spaces of the Triennale in Milan from 1 March to 1 September 2019. More about the Triennale here A …
The Fuorisalone at BASE in Zona Tortona will be a critical investigation of Smart Cities and City Making. Among the initiatives, Trouble Making by Raumplan: on how mass phenomena and the web are redesigning cities. Bottom up.
Thinking the future starting from people, not technology. #sendmethefuture at Subalterno1: the future on A4 sheets sketched by (almost) one hundred Italian designers. And here is why this is interesting
Some chairs do matter. Eutopia, by Francisco Gomez Paz, shows a possible new way of doing design in the Industry 4.0 world. At the Cascina Cuccagna and at Rossana Orlandi’s during the Milan Design Week.
«Design research begins when we stop taking things for granted». Buro Belén and Sun + at Alcova for the Fuorisalone.
At MEET, the first digital culture international center in Milan, tones are similar to those of a humanities faculty than of a start up. Because the purpose is to design a new digital humanism. Renaissance labs, Leonardo thinking, projects at man’s measure. At the presentation of the first international center for digital culture MEET in Milan, a creature developed by Meet The Media Guru and Fondazione Cariplo, there were talks that were more suited for a humanities faculty than for a start up. But those who think that philosophy, ethics, design, art or politics have nothing to do with the digital world have not understood it. They have an old view on it. They feed a consumer’s perspective rather than a citizen’s one. They are users and will never be co-creators. «Digital is not just technologies, communications or artificial intelligence», saidMaria Grazia Mattei, the creator of the events and debates platformMeet The Media Guru now also director of the MEET. «Digital is the dna of contemporary culture». A dna that can be genetically modified, an …
A curatorial experiment that puts Milan at the forefront of contemporary museography. Stefano Mirti talks about 999 questions about contemporary living, a collaborative and participatory exhibition and happenings that innovates the relationship between cultural institutions and their audience (at the Milan Triennale from 12 January to 2 April)
Art, design and science as an antidote to the shrinking border between real and artificial: Anthropocene at the Gallery Subalterno1, during Fuorisalone