WORKSHOPS – ARCHIVE
2023 – TURIN, ITALY
MAO MUSEO D’ARTE ORIENTALE
Every culture is originated and defined by a process of interaction: between the individuals of a community and between them and the environment they inhabit. In the relationship of mutual confrontation between humans, the exchange concerns the set of values, symbols, conceptions, beliefs, behavior models, as well as the products of material activities that characterize the identity of the specific social group or community. This complex process of osmotic relationships constitutes a dynamic universe in continuous expansion and constant redefinition that deserves to be explored.
The Osmotic Narratives workshop, through the exercise of design thinking practices, intended to refer to this cosmos of intercultural interactions by focusing on their narrative content, in an attempt to define and better understand their distinctive characteristics. Research was favored and stimulated by the context in which it took place: in the spaces of the MAO – Museum of Oriental Art of Turin, an extraordinary pole of study, contact and comparison with the world of Asian cultures, the workshop finds the suitable environment for the analysis and didactic-training experiments that have always distinguished IN Residence’s activities.
Alessa Joosten, Cleo Dölling, Maraid Mcewan, Matteo Bonaccorso, William Beck, Federica Dino, Ilaria Fumagalli, Michela D’Angelo, Ludovico Grantaliano, Yiren Lu, Ginevra Ducato, Chiara Vivalda, Filippo Tiberi, Alice Manzoli, Ada Stoian, Morena Di Molfetta, Ginevra Crana, Irene Scanavacca, Alessandro Melzi, Azzurra Failla.
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