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We are glad to invite you to the public events of the workshop Re-programmed Art scheduled from 4th to 7th September 2014.
Open Sourcing Art: new practices in interactive arts
Thursday 4 September, 18:30-19:45 @ Darsena Parco Ciani, Lugano
with Massimo Banzi, Thibault Brevet, Fabio Franchino, Martin Frölich, Giorgio Olivero, Yvonne Weber
Artists and designers (Brevet, Franchino, Frölich, Olivero, Weber) participating to the workshop Reprogrammed Art discuss their experiences in the framework of new open source technologies with Massimo Banzi, one of the founders of the platform Arduino. The debate is held in English, moderated by Serena Cangiano, coordinator of the project “Reprogrammed Art: an open manifesto”.
The last taboo of contemporary art: kinetic and programmed art
Friday 5 September, 18:30-19:45 @ Darsena Parco Ciani, Lugano
with Giovanni Anceschi, Federica Martini, Azalea Seratoni, Grazia Varisco
Massimiliano Gioni defined kinetic and programmed art “the last taboo of contemporary art”. Kinetic artworks have always been problematic for galleries, collectors, and museums. Two members of Gruppo T (Anceschi, Varisco) discuss with three art historians (Devecchi, Martini, Seratoni). The debate is in Italian, moderated by Davide Fornari, coordinator of the project “Reprogrammed Art: an open manifesto”.
Re-programmed art: exhibition of workshop prototypes
Sunday 7 September, 15:00-16:30 @ Museo Cantonale D’Arte, via Canova 10, Lugano
Presentation of the five artworks prototypes developed during the workshop Re-programmed Art, with a selection of artworks from Museo Alessi (Crusinallo di Omegna, Italy) and Museo Cantonale d’Arte (Lugano, Switzerland).