The event of the Milan Triennial which will be held until December 11, 2022 will be a valid way to meet and “talk” art and science. Research, experimentation and innovation will be explored, including architecture and design. There are exhibitions and projects with 400 artists, designers and architects from more than 40 countries.

The goal is study the unknown understand that man has to live with it, without losing the curiosity to know. The Milan Triennale performs i 100 years in 2023. He wants to underline that there is still a lot to explore and clarify. Starting from psychology to dark matter, then from gravity to the depths of the universe, and from the oceans to the brain.

Above all, it is important to think about what we know that we do not know. We have to get used to living with the mystery of what we don’t know. And keep trying to reveal it at the same time. That means continuing to try to understand and know. We must not conflict with what we do not know.

Ersilia Vaudo, astrophysicist and curator of the exhibition

The exhibition called Unknown Unknown it is a kind of wonder room full of works of art, astronomical objects, videos and space missions. It’s from the first photo of the Milky Way from 1660, by Alicia Kwade, a canvas of 24 vials of chemical elements of human anatomy. Then scientific papers such as a state-of-the-art imaging system on human cells, the fruit fly and a paper with new research on the brain.

Without forgetting Gaia, the multidimensional map of the Milky Way, and then an ESA installation with a special view of the Earth. In addition to the Triennial, there is the exhibition of the Cartier Foundation, Real World, where many contemporary artists have given their interpretation of the unknown. Then architect Francis Kéré shows two installations dedicated to Africa. Two other design exhibitions, The Tradition of the New and the Red Corridor, tell the story of creativity.

Source: Lega Nerd

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