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Towards the XXIII International Exhibition of Triennale Milano#2

Towards the XXIII International Exhibition of Triennale Milano#2



Towards the XXIII International Exhibition of Triennale Milano The Earth seen from the Moon Thursday, June 4, 2020 4 PM - 8 PM – On June 4, 2020, from 4 PM to 8 PM Italian time (from 10 AM to 2 PM New York City, local time), the second symposium of Towards the XXIII International Exhibition of Triennale Milano, entitled The Earth seen from the Moon will take place. The symposium is part of a three-appointment series that, addressing some key issues of our present will lead to the definition of the theme of the XXIII International Exhibition to be held in 2022, aiming at resuming the proactive approach that has characterized Broken Nature, the XXII International Exhibition (March 1 - September 1, 2019), curated by Paola Antonelli. – Decentralizing our point of view, looking at the Earth from Space, has helped us to understand how to rebalance our relationship with nature and other living species. It has helped us to understand that life flows seamlessly among all the plant and animal species of Planet Earth. The great challenge opened up by the pandemic, but also earlier by the climate crisis and global warming, therefore poses a problem of species responsibility not only with respect to the risk of extinction, but with respect to the complex of life forms present in this part of the Universe. – After the extraordinary experience of Broken Nature, which anticipated many of today's current issues in the world, Triennale Milano began on March 4 – with a symposium where scholars, curators, scientists have illustrated their research activities and the impact they have on current and future society - a wide-ranging reflection on the future of Life on Planet Earth and the forms of contemporary cultural production, which aims at gathering around itself a selection of the best international institutions of culture, art, design, scientific research. The aim is to help create a network of places and institutions with Triennale Milano as a leading proponent. – The discussion, which takes place at a delicate moment when many countries are approaching the reopening after the health emergency, will develop starting from the analysis of some key issues, ranging from Stand apart to understand to A new Anthropocene, from Fragility as awareness to The legacy of the pandemic to the idea of A new culture for a new world. – The workshop will be held in English and will be broadcast in live streaming on Triennale’s YouTube and Facebook channels and will be attend by: Stefano Boeri, President, Triennale Milano; Dimitri Kerkentzes, General Secretary, Bureau International des Expositions; Ersilia Vaudo Scarpetta, Astrophysicist and Chief Diversity Officer, ESA - European Space Agency; Giovanna Melandri President MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo; Hou Hanru, Artistic Director MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo; Bartolomeo Pietromarchi, Director MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo Arte; Grazia Quaroni, Director of Collections Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain; Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director Serpentine Galleries; Kandis Williams, Artist, writer, editor, and publisher Los Angeles, she has been invited upon suggestion of Bettina Korek, CEO Serpentine Galleries, following the events taking place in USA; Bernd Scherer, Director Haus der Kulturen der Welt; Panos Mantziaras, Director Fondation Braillard Architectes; Matthew Claudel, MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning; Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, Director of MoMA’s Research and Development Department, MoMA The Museum of Modern Art; Li Xiang Ning, Tonji University; Ben Ware, Co-Director of the Centre for Philosophy and Visutal Arts (CPVA), King's College London; Joni Baboci, General Director of Planning and Urban Development City of Tirana; Giovanni Fosti, President Fondazione Cariplo; Marina Ponti, Global Director UN SDG Action Campaign; Nico Daswani, Head of Arts and Culture - World Economic Forum, Torkwase Dyson Interdisciplinary artist, Brooklyn New York – Verso la XXIII Esposizione Internazionale di Triennale Milano La Terra vista dalla Luna Giovedì 4 giugno, ore 16.00-20.00 LIVE Facebook e youtube/TriennaleVideo – Il 4 giugno, dalle ore 16.00 alle 20.00, si terrà il secondo appuntamento di Verso la XXIII Esposizione Internazionale di Triennale Milano, intitolato " La Terra vista dalla Luna" . L’incontro è parte del percorso di avvicinamento alla XXIII Esposizione Internazionale del 2022 e intende stimolare il confronto su alcuni temi centrali del nostro presente.

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Categoria: Mostre e Cultura

Quando: Giovedì 11-06-2020 alle 16:00

Dove: La Triennale di Milano

Prezzo: Vario

Link: Sito Web dell'evento