Porta Venezia, Sempione and moreIn this last part of the Fuorisalone 2023, we tackle stops that are a little dislocated from each other but make total sense to be reported in this last part of our guide.
Everything (2021) by NohlabAn immersive installation by Turkish studio Noholab, for the first time in Italy, makes us think through video and digital design between the human-technology relationship.Video art carries humans into a dimension of sweet ignorance that can become the expedient  to open up to an ever-changing technology.
AlcovaOne of the most popular events of the Fuorisalone is Alcova, the project conceived by Joseph Grima and Valentina Ciuffi, is set in Viale Molise.Over 70 projects those presented in the monumental exhibition setting in the Ex-Macello di Porta Vittoria. Fifteen hectares to tell the stories of the designers protagonists of this event. An opportunity to highlight production processes, materials and design, in accordance with technological evolution.
Triennale MilanoWe highlight two exhibitions inside the spaces of Triennale Milano.Timberland, for the 50th anniversary of the Original Timberland Boot presents "FUTURE37VISION" in collaboration with Suzanne Oude Hengel, knitwear designer and researcher.Adding significant value within the Fuorisalone 2023 context is the visual experience developed thanks to Ouchhh, via artificial intelligence. We see AI-based motion design that goes to represent the world of knitwear in a completely innovative way.The second event is Made by Fire, an exhibition of ceramics that reflect on environmental sustainability and the production process in a very unusual way.
Stark - TrameStark offers a participative and interactive performance in the spaces of the Milan Civic Aquarium.Using your hands you will interact with a screen placed in the center of the room.What you get will go modify the surrounding environment, decorated with semi-transparent holographic drapes. The concept is developed around the concept that our actions affect the world and that the choices we make can affect others, even if indirectly.
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