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On December 13th from 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm NABA will present, in Room 01.01 of NABA campus in Rome “Per un immaginario del vivere insieme. Itinerari nella/sulla Biennale Architettura 2021” the conference opened to the public, curated by the research group “Urban studies” (ex Labic), of the Architecture Department of Roma Tre University in collaboration with the Academy.

“How will we live together?" is the title of the XVII Biennale di Architettura 2021. Through the narration of three different approaches to participation in the Exhibition, the conference aims to be a space for decanting the expectations, impressions and experiences lived by some scholars, teachers, students, writers, directors. The meeting testifies to an exchange between the Department of Architecture of the Roma Tre University and NABA, which has grown over the last two years around sharing the importance of artistic research in the academic context. The process of making a short film, which is among the outcomes of this exchange, the exploration of a group of architecture students and the drift conducted by Maura Gancitano (philosopher and publisher) will be the starting points for delving into the questions about places, practices and technologies that hold us together within the communities we inhabit.

After an introduction by Silvia Simoncelli, NABA Head of Education - Rome, and Giovanni Caudo, lecturer at Roma Tre University, there will be interventions by Elisa Poli, NABA Research Programme Leader Senior, Vincenzo Cuccia, NABA Media Design and New Technologies Area Leader, Valentina Tanni, art historian and NABA lecturer, Luca Poncellini, NABA Design and Applied Arts Department Head and many others to tell about this common work path and present the short film.

In the final segment of the conference it will be possible to relaunch some important themes of the Biennale, critically analysed to draw indications on the role of artistic disciplines, design, urban planning, architecture, in interpreting and producing an imaginary of new forms of shared life.

Per un immaginario del vivere insieme. Itinerari nella/sulla Biennale Architettura 2021
NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, Room 0.01
Via Ostiense 92, Rome
December 13th, from 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm
Free access until full capacity is reached
Access allowed only to those presenting a Green Pass

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