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19/08/2021
 | DESIGN
MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2021 - SUPERSTUDIO MAXI

BODYINSPACE

DanceHaus is a reference point for dance study and production, founded by Susanna Beltrami.

On 5, 6 and 9 September DanceHaus presents a site specific and long durational performance together with video installations and talks. 5 non-stop hours during which the spectator walks with 40 performers along the different "islands" of Superstudio Maxi to discover diverse languages, techniques, knowledges and the relations between dance, design, space, photography and video. As completion, some institutional videos of DanceHaus and fragments of the project Art Heritage Exchange, which was born from a collaboration between DanceHaus and Eurasia Dance Project International Network, directed by Stefano Fardelli.

19/08/2021
 | DESIGN
MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2021 - SUPERSTUDIO MAXI

PAPERTHINKS...

Paper sculptures or design objects? Sinuous shapes and fragile material become something more in the hands of the artist.

​​​​​​​UFF the sound and the word of a blow. A good breath with some “F” more to mess up sheets and drawings of an artist’s workshop, mine. What follows: a microcosm of forms and visions in small and large format. Paper obviously that I investigated for more than twenty years and other similar lithe materials, presented in strips or lamellas. UFF design is the common base of several things: a small well-made artifact, an all-round sensory experience, an object at hand, an idea that speaks with other ideas and with space. After a confusion of sheets and drawings, we produce an inventory of things that have nothing to do with the practicality of what is usually called design, they are the possibility of having and providing a real, playful and surprising imaginary. Daniele Papuli 

18/08/2021
 | DESIGN
MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2021 - SUPERSTUDIO MAXI

PANDEMICDESIGN. ASPHALT LEFTOVERS

Posted by: Luca Gnizio

Nature survives the man who, in the midst of the pandemic, escapes the contagion by locking himself in the house, now trap and refuge. Outside time moves on: while human beings disappear, thin blades of grass break the road. New buds take over a not anthropized world. 

The era of Anthropocene is translated into three elements, a chair, a table and a painting, with strong references to domestic life, closed in an animated circle of garbage bags, a metaphor of daily global pollution. This story visually ends with “Forlastdrop”: a sculpture chair, obtained from the recycling of terracotta waste. The cracks recall the burnt earth, leading us to think about how climate is changing more and more quickly and how disasters are becoming less and less predictable as a result. A small bud is the witness that the land that hosts us is the strongest one.

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