Cora Bellotto + Laura Malinverni, Berg, Fernanda Bertini Viegas + Martin Wattenberg, Marc Bretillot + David Edwards, Eyal Burstein, Oscar Diaz + Yuri Suzuki, Pierre Favresse, Alicia Framis, Amanda Ghassaei, Ai Hasegawa, Anna Haupt + Terese Alstin, Jannis Huelsen, Jin Hyun Jeon, Gabriele Meldaikyte, Nicolas Nova + Katie Miyake + Nancy Kwon + Walton Chiu, Pieter-Jan Pieters, Veronica Ranner, Matt Richardson, Superflux, Thomas Thwaites, Varathit Uthaisri, Andrea Valle, Alissa Van Asseldonk, Imme Van Der Haak, Dane Whitehurst, Dominic Wilcox
project by Logotel
Project & Content Manager Cristina Favini
Curators Susanna Legrenzi, Stefano Maffei
The (In)visible Design exhibition investigates new potential scenarios of complexity through 26 projects by international designers and artists engaged in studying the frontiers of the invisible.
The core of the exhibition – a collection of projects, prototypes, installations and videos – is integrated by a vast documentation of hybrid case histories on science, technology, art, literature, cinema and graphics, that shape an extensive and transversal storytelling.
In the same way, the projects in exhibition open new questions regarding process’ practices. Along with the rediscovery of “making” itself, there are new capabilities that produce cognitive transformations, projected beyond comprehension and fore-sight (with the eyes).
The final output aims to be the reading and the interpretation of design as a tool to imagine, experience and discuss, an integration of one’s and network creativity, research, process and vision.
From tracing the winds (Fernanda Bertini Viegas + Martin Wattenberg) to stimulating taste (Marc Bretillot & David Edwards), from the potential of sound (Pieter Jan Pieters) to narrative new practices (Matt Richardson), from the traceability of gestures (Nicolas Nova) to the inception of synthetic biology (Superflux). In one word: the future.
Tue 9th, Fri 12th, Sat 13th 10 am – 8 pm
Wed 10th 10 am – 10 pm
Gio 11th 10 am – 1 pm
Dom 14th 10 am – 6 pm