IN TOUCH Building a new relationship with our audience

A new interaction with our audience in an effort to 'remote-trigger' a debate through the language that we know best, the language of art


Our institution is currently facing an unusual challenge: the lack of a direct interaction with works of art that normally lies at the very base of the work we do.

This has prompted us to devise a new project, In Touch. The palazzostrozzi.org website blog is turning into a platform of words, images, videos, stories and further reading open to all, thus creating a new interaction with our audience in an effort to ‘remote-trigger’ a debate through the language that we know best, the language of art.

This new scheme takes its cue from the Tomás Saraceno. Aria exhibition which allows us to talk about possible presents and futures, about connection and isolation, about participation and meditation: a more topical debate than ever to allow us to promote new visions of the future and of reality.

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11 March 2020: Arturo Galansino, Like in a Spiderweb

13 March 2020: Arturo Galansino, A manifest for the future: Thermodynamic Constellation

14 March 2020: Ai Weiwei, Stay home, stay together

16 March 2020: Arturo Galansino and Ludovica Sebregondi, Utopia and Freedom: between Italo Calvino and Tomás Saraceno (Italian version)

18 March 2020: Tomás Saraceno, Reducing our movement

20 March 2020: Riccardo Lami and Ludovica Sebregoni, We’re alla in the same boat

21 March 2020: Marina Abramović: my heart is with you

24 March 2020: Ludovica Sebregondi, Heaven in a Room

26 March 2020: Jeff Koons: Italy you can do this!

29 March 2020: Ludovica Sebregondi, Dining with Pontormo: recipes, concerns and conviviality

1 April 2020: Riccardo Lami, Being Together (Italian version)

3 April 2020: Art at home: special activities for children and families (Italian version)

 

Project coordination by Riccardo Lami
With the collaboration of Matthias Favarato and Ivo Riccio

 

 

 

 

 

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