The Triennale di Milano presents 999: A Collection of Questions on Contemporary Living, an exhibition conceived and curated by Stefano Mirti.
Suspended models of dwellings question the notion of home as a fixed and delineated place. Instead these handcrafted signifiers of ‘home’ reference domestic practices, which build on the sense of belonging.
Being and feeling at home is a process of making, intertwined with routines, objects, shelter, and community. Shifting the focus from a closed space to the practice of dwelling helps us to consider belonging as more of an open and social process.
The exhibition consists of a series of questions on the places of our lives, and it illustrates the theme of housing as we have never seen it before. The exhibition is a sweeping investigation of the concept of house and home, living and dwelling, on the borderline between the physical and digital worlds. It is a journey through new realms of the imagination, which are transforming our lives. It is an innovative, wide-ranging, collaborative, and ever-changing exhibition, which evolves in space and time.
Land Art workshop, corso a cura di Marguerite Kahrl Usare il paesaggio naturale per creare site-specific strutture e sculture, imparando a conoscere la natura, essere creativi e divertirsi. Un lavoro artistico che viene prodotto come risultato della riflessione delle qualità tattili, visive, effimere e olfattive del materiale. Tramite il contatto con l’ambiente naturale i bambini ottengono ispirazione, intuizione e una connessione con la natura.
Un evento formativo rivolto agli insegnanti delle scuole dell’infanzia, primaria e secondaria Ecomuseo AMI, Corso Centrale, 53, Chiaverano
Giovedì il 26 ottobre e il 2 novembre 2017, Ore 17.00 – 19.30