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|Intertwingled | Exhibition | La Galleria Nazionale | Rome
Intertwingled. The Role of the Rug in Arts, Crafts and Design is my second exhibition co-curated with Inga Knölke. Opening after a two-year delay, it is part of a trilogy that began with On Flower Power (2019), which was based on the impossibility of incorporating empathy into artificial intelligence. Here, we continue with the concept of a network and the (im)possibility of its visualization through an interface. In 2023 we will complete the cycle with the theme of food as the last real object.
The term “intertwingled” was coined by Ted Nelson in 1960 to define the complexity, changeability and indeterminacy of hypertexts running on connecting computers.
The exhibition puts forward a vision of our globally interconnected world using the carpet as a metaphor and also as an interface that demonstrates and codifies a hidden complexity.
The selected works are from the collection of La Galleria Nazionale di Roma and from external sources.
Achille Pace, Aldo Rossi, Alice Eberever, Alighiero Boetti, Anna Maria Maiolino, Antonio Sanfilippo, Ariadna Miquel, Carla Accardi, Ceretti, Christophe Cuzin, Claudio Parmiggiani, Corradi Sassi, Daniel Schwartz, Derossi & Rosso, Dirk Braeckman, Eduardo Chillida, Egill Saebjörnsson, Emilio Vedova, Enrico Ciuti, Ettore Sottsass, Fortunato Depero, Gastone Biggi, Gastone Novelli, Giacomo Balla, Giorgio de Chirico, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Giuseppe Micali, Isabella Ducrot, Italo Rota and Alessandro Pedretti, Jackson Pollock, Jana Sterbak, Jirí Kolár, Joaquim Ruiz Millet, Kim Soo-ja, Klaus Haapaniemi, Lia Drei, Lucio Fontana, Maria Lai, Mario De Luigi, Marion Baruch, Mariscal, Max Bucaille, Michele De Lucchi, Mustras, Nani Marquina, Patricia Urquiola, Roberto Aloi, Saâdane Afif, Shannon Bool, Stefano Ussi
The Intertwingled Catalogue published by Corraini will be available soon
Previous Exhibit On Flower Power Catalogue
The Role of the Rug in the Arts, Crafts and Design
La Galleria Nazionale - Rome
Opening Monday 21.03 at 18h
With the presentation "From Magma to Mankind" of the artist Egill Saebjörnsson
Official link to the exhibit