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  • Broken Nature: a public symposium - #1 RESTORATIVE DESIGN

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    In anticipation of the upcoming XXII Triennale, Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival, this one-day symposium is divided in four chapters—Restorative Design, Magic Pragmatism, Complex Systems, and Long-Term Attitudes—that act as investigative angles for the exhibition.

    The XXII Triennale (March 1 - September 1, 2019) will present design approaches that encourage a multifaceted and comprehensive reading of the issues threatening our planet and our collective existence, stimulate an appreciation of the systems in which individuals live and operate, and galvanize attitudes that consider life beyond the next few generations.

    Gathering an international group of designers, architects, scientists, curators, and thinkers from diverse backgrounds, the symposium offers a dynamic exchange of opinions on these issues through individual presentations, panel conversations, and video contributions.


    Sarah Ichioka
    Lorenzo Pezzani
    Khaled Malas

    Conversation moderated by Ala Tannir

    Gabriella Gómez-Mont, followed by a conversation with Stefano Micelli


    Introduction by Paola Antonelli
    Mariana Pestana
    Maholo Uchida
    Video: Formafantasma
    Respondent: Rania Ghosn

    Conversation moderated by Paola Antonelli


    Video contributions

    Introduction by Adam Bly
    Michael John Gorman
    Koyo Kouoh
    Marina Otero Verzier

    Conversation moderated by Adam Bly


    Video contributions

    Introduction by Paola Antonelli
    Stefano Boeri
    Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg
    Elisa Pasqual
    Jamer Hunt

    Conversation moderated by Lorenza Baroncelli

    Closing remarks by Paola Antonelli Show less
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