Università di Trieste è partner ufficiale di Botteghe digitali/Digital Manufacturing

Botteghe Digitali/Digital Manufacturing. Summer School on-line

digital manufacturing

L’Università di Trieste è partner ufficiale del progetto Botteghe digitali/Digital Manufacturing, il quale intende promuovere la formazione e l’azione di /e under 35 di tutta Europa perché lavorino in contatto con realtà imprenditoriali della Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Progetti relativi alle arti visive, al teatro, agli audiovisivi, alla danza, alla musica, con proposte che promuovono il dialogo tra i linguaggi artistici e quelli multimediali e tecnologici con attenzione particolare ai temi della sostenibilità e dell’innovazione alla Summer school online che si terrà dal 13 al 17 luglio.



Monday 13 July
10.00 – 11.30
Digital manifacturing project presentation by Eva and Chiara: Introducing partners, project objectives, summer school programme, artists’ brief (for collaborative proposals to be handed in 20 July)
11.30 – 13.00
Brief presentations by participanting artists.
Brief presentation by the businesses that will partner on the project.
Introduction of the keywords of the project: sustainability, immagination, utopia, etc
Setting a task to be completed by the artists over lunch and presented during the afternoon session: each artist is asked to define the keywords with the use of images, drawings, found text,objects, etc.. What meanings do these hold for them?
14.00 – 15.30
Participatory session with the participating artists during which they present their definitions.
A sign up sheet will be set up for the participating artists to express interest in which business they would like to collaborate with. Meetings with the businesses will be arranged for the last day of the summer school programme.

Tuesday 14 July
10.00 – 13.00
Eva Sajovic: practising artist and lecturer UAL – UK Sakis Kyratzis: graphic designer and lecturer UAL – UK
This session, through a combination of talks and workshops, will explore and interrogate the two main concepts of the project: sustainability and innovation.
In terms of sustainability we will ask the following questions: What do we understand by sustainability?
What is the responsibility of the artist in a world of imminent breakdown?
What does collaboration look like in a contactless world?
In terms of innovation we will ask the following questions:
How can imagination help us create in a utopic world of alternative economies?
What does originality mean in the age of digital reproduction? What are the new ways of seeing and making?
Concepts that will be explored are: hybridity, prototype/speculative art, (hyper)reality, ethics, green/art-washing, virtual narratives, multi-
14.00 – 15.30
Quarantasettezeroquattro – Italy

Wednesday 15 July
10.00 – 11.30
Università di Trieste – Italy
11.30 – 13.00
University of Nova Gorica – Slovenia
14.00 – 15.30
PiNA – Slovenia

Thursday 16 July
10.00 – 11.30
Time’s UP – Austria
11.30 – 13.00
Media Art Friesland – Neederlands
14.00 – 15.30
Acquasumarte: artists – Italy

Friday 17 July
10.00 – 11.30
for Fun – Italy
11.30 – 13.00
Case study: Sam Curtis, lead artist on the project. Sam will present work in progress being developed in collaboration with a local business.
14.00 – 15.30
Break-out sessions with the businesses that will be involved in the Digital manifacturing project. An opportunity to answer any questions that the artists might have and initiate collaborations.
A representative from the Gorizia council and Confcommercio will also be present.

In the following week (w/b 20 July) the participating artists will each receive a 30-minute tutorial with one of the partner representatives and the lead artist.

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