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NABA Design and Applied Arts Department and Triennale Milano present, on Thursday December 3rd at 6 pm, the digital event “25 modi per piantare un seme”, part of the programme of Triennale Upside Down, within the exhibition Enzo Mari curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Francesca Giacomelli, currently close to the public in accordance with the government directives.

The event, curated by Leonardo Caffo, philosopher and NABA lecturer, is inspired by Enzo Mari’s book “25 modi per piantare un chiodo: Sessant'anni di idee e progetti per difendere un sogno” and will be streamed live on Triennale Milano’s YouTube channel.

Luca Poncellini, NABA Design and Applied Arts Department Head, and Leonardo Caffo challenged 25 students of the Department to turn every way to hammer a nail into the perspective/experience of a young designer, who is going to articulate the "light weight" of Enzo Mari's legacy for today's creative disciplines.

A small marathon of 25 students, one for each nail, to form a new "democratic utopia" as espoused by Mari.

The 25 students that will take part to the project are: Isabella Bassi, Matteo Brasili, Salvatrice Cammisuli, Valentina Cerra, Chiara Corbani, Francesco Cotta Ramosino, Carla Di Benedetto, Domiziana Doronzo, Miriana Leuci, Francesca Lipari, Valentina Makar, Simona Pasquale, Daniele Paternò, Alice Platania, Giacomo Quinland Giulia Rinaldi, Carla Rizzo, Vittoria Rocci, Stefano Sabatè, Roberta Scibetta, Laura Sirbu, Chiara Torterolo, Mattia Tovagliaro, Luca Vernieri.

 

Cover: 2002. Multiplo con i componenti per la realizzazione di un modello in scala 1:5 della Sedia P, Corraini Edizioni, Mantova, cornice in alluminio con foto, disegno tecnico, chiodini e tavolette in balsa, 25 x 365 x 342 mm. Archivio E. Mari, Comune di Milano, CASVA - Foto di Gianluca di Ioia © Triennale Milano

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