Speak Listen Watch Make

Running until February 2020, Speak Listen Watch Make includes all manner of meetings, installations, performances, talks, screenings, workshops and projects with the direct involvement of the public and the premises of Triennale.

© Gianluca di Ioia

Performance

Caterina Barbieri/Ruben Spini e Francesco Cavaliere

Time-blind e Zoo Machia Disc

For the opening evening, two projects employing different expressive modes will be presented on the stage of Triennale Milano Teatro. Francesco Cavaliere, performer, musician and visual artist, will present a preview of his new work Zoo Machia Disc, a cycle of sound stories combining installative and choreographic elements. This will be followed by the audio-visual performance Time-blind, collaboratively created by the composer Caterina Barbieri and the visual artist Ruben Spini.

© Gianluca di Ioia

© Mattia Greghi

Exhibition

Carlos Casas

AVALANCHE #18

AVALANCHE is a project about the village of Hichigh, on the Pamir mountains, one of the most unexplored regions in the world, on the border between Tajikistan and Afghanistan.

© Mattia Greghi

© Mattia Greghi

Performance

Carlos Casas

AVALANCHE #18

On 9 October Carlos Casas will unveil the installation with an audio-visual performance.

© Mattia Greghi

© Mattia Greghi

Performance

Carlos Casas with Giuseppe Ielasi

AVALANCHE #18

On 15 October Carlos Casas will work with the musician Giuseppe Ielasi.

© Mattia Greghi

© Mattia Greghi

Talk

Carlos Casas with Frederik Van Oudenhoven

AVALANCHE #18

On 23 October Carlos Casas will interact with Frederik Van Oudenhoven, an ethno-anthropologist and expert in biodiversity and local agriculture.

© Mattia Greghi

© Gianluca di Ioia

Performance

Nicola Ratti

Concerto per sistemi eccentrici su lunga durata

A highly versatile musician on the experimental electronic scene in Italy, Nicola Ratti premieres his Concerto per sistemi eccentrici su lunga durata: a six-hour sound performance designed and created for the spaces at Triennale.

© Gianluca di Ioia

© Francesco Buccarelli

Workshop

Ruggge

With Ruggge, children and adults will be guided in the construction of four giant puppets, each inspired by the themes of the event: he speaks (mouths, jaws, teeth and lips), listens (ears, antennae and trumpets), looks (eyes, glasses, telescopes, eagles and hawks), do you (big hand, tentacles and bizarre prostheses).

© Francesco Buccarelli

© Drinchendrò

Workshop

Drinchendrò

The Drinchendrò laboratories will be dedicated to the creation of furnishings that will animate the parade: cloaks and flags (Mondays), wearable sound accessories and megaphones developed with clothing and salvaged objects (Tuesday), kaleidoscopic cardboard glasses, colored lenses and spare materials), parade posters, with the creation of collages inspired by the five senses (Thursday).

© Drinchendrò

© Gianluca di Ioia

Workshop

BOLO

From conception to design, up to the reproduction of the project, experimenting with analog post-production through distortion, enlargement, reduction and collage. Among assorted old and new images, with mouths, ears, noses and eyes with strange features, the participants will be guided, through analogical processes such as photocopy printing, in the conception and realization of fanzines to keep with them.

© Gianluca di Ioia

Performance

La parata strampalata!

The works realized during the five days of workshops, designed and planned for the review Parla Listen Watch Fai, giant puppets, flashy costumes, goggled masks, howling flags, and frightened musical instruments, will come to life with the La parata strampalata!, an original and unpublished parade of colors, music and noise in the spaces of Triennale.

Talk

ASSEMBLY 1.5.2

ASSEMBLY 1.5.2 is an audiovisual project conceived by the dual effort of Giorgio Di Salvo and Rocco Rampino.

Book presentation

Lele Saveri

Hong Kong Barricades

During the Hong Kong Barricades exhibition, on Tuesday 17 December at 6.00 p.m. the book of the same name by Lele Saveri, published in 2019 by Humboldt Books was also introduced.

Exhibition

Lele Saveri

In October 2014, Lele Saveri went to Hong Kong to be a teacher. As soon as he landed, he could not help but notice the complex structures that block the roads. In those days thousands of people, led by a group of students, took to the streets to protest against electoral reform: that was the beginning of what we now remember as the umbrella revolution. Saveri understood that he was the witness to a piece of history and spent the rest of his journey on the streets, meeting people and taking pictures.

Talk

Libri Belli Talks
Giulio Iacchetti

The first talk, on Tuesday, January 14th, will feature industrial designer Giulio Iacchetti, creative director at Danese, Dnd, Internoitaliano, MyHome, who also collaborated with companies including Abet Laminati, Alessi, Artemide, Ceramiche Refin, Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Magis, Moleskine and Pandora Design and won two Compasso d'Oro awards.

© Andrea Ferrari

Talk

Libri Belli Talks
Studiopepe

The second event, on Tuesday, January 21st, will turn the spotlight on Studiopepe, a design and architecture agency founded in Milan in 2006 by Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto. Their research is based on a multidisciplinary approach that includes interior design, product design and creative consultancy.

© Andrea Ferrari

© Laura Baiardini

Talk

Libri Belli Talks
The Ladies’ Room

The third event, on Tuesday, February 11th, will focus on The Ladies’ Room, a project launched in Milan in 2016 by Ilaria Bianchi, Agustina Bottoni, Astrid Luglio and Sara Ricciardi. Their work reflects on contemporary design through the construction of artifacts and experiences, conceived to reconcile the independent role of designers with the need for a multidisciplinary, experimental and fluid collaborative process.

© Laura Baiardini

Special

Radio Raheem

From January 15 to March 6, 2020, Radio Raheem will move to the Triennale Milano spaces, broadcasting programs every day from 11:00am to 8:00pm. In addition to the ordinary schedule, it will offer special content created for the Parla Ascolta Guarda Fai project.

Performance

Primitive Art’s Shelter Chapter 1

Shelter is the latest project created by Primitive Art (Matteo Pit and Jim C. Nedd) as part of Speak Listen Watch Make. It consists of a twelve square metre metal stilt house whose structure looks as basic as a child's drawing.

Performance

Matthew Herbert makes music

A one-off performance of repertoire spanning the maverick British composers nearly 30 year output. From film and television scores to his house / techno productions including pieces from the acclaimed albums Bodily FunctionsPlat du Jour and Scale as well as material from his renowned Big Band project.

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