Everyday Experiments at Milan Triennale
Research output: Artistic and non-textual form › Exhibition › Art in coproduction › peer-review
Bearing in mind this contradiction of caring for nature while acting against it, ‘Everyday Experiments’ presents twelve experimental projects that address and raise debates around real-life demands such as: the need for more sustainable lifestyles; the growth of Arctic tourism; the relationships of policymaking and civic life; or the rights of indigenous communities.
Design cannot understand or solve complex problems on its own. In order to achieve societal change, it must join forces with the natural sciences, social sciences, technology, craft, policy-making and activism. Each project presented in ‘Everyday Experiments’ challenges the boundaries between design and other disciplines, each in their own way.
‘Everyday Experiments’ does not present design as the outcome of individual designers, therefore, but as an intrinsic part of the many activities that take place within and between institutions, organisations and communities. Above all, the exhibition invites visitors to think about some of the everyday human-to-human and human-to-nature actions that we can take in pursuit of a sustainable and equal society.
|Place of Publication||Milan|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2019|
|MoE publication type||F2 Public partial realisation of a work of art|
|Event||Milan Triennale : Everyday Experiments - Milan, Italy|
Duration: 1 Mar 2019 → 1 Sep 2019
Field of art