Art and Science in Rome with a contemporary selection


“The image is the inevitable effect of passing on an idea.” He said Maurizio Mochetti (Rome, 1940), artist who Saturday April 2nd The review will open Choose contemporary. All the pictures in the world On the official channels of without addressa company that has been designing and managing educational and cultural mediation services for museums for more than ten years.

The work of Maurizio Mochetti between art and science

The screening of the documentary opens the review events Maurizio Mochetti. project by project, expected Saturday April 2nd at 11am Online on unnamed official channels. The film will deepen his artistic research, which since the mid-sixties has been concerned with the study of reality through projects and ventures that study the properties of matter in terms of space, time and speed, as well as in terms of themes. Includes atomic physics and quantum mechanics. A research in constant transmission and inspired by contemporary scientific and technical definitions, led Mochetti to develop an original thought about the space of art, understood as a fluid field where uncertainty reigns, the interaction of different elements and the dialectic of opposites, such as stagnation and movement complicate relationships. Projects and works follow one another as a great life project on an artistic path that has never ceased to raise questions, the constant evolution of matter, the unpredictability of environmental conditions and the consequent mutability of art, which, like diamonds, shows, highlights and documents innumerable facets .

Choose contemporary. All the pictures in the world

Choose contemporary. All the pictures in the world The project, promoted by the Culture of Rome, is the winner of thePublic announcement of EUREKA! Rome 2020-2021-2022 Edited by the Department of Cultural Activities and prepared in collaboration with SIAE. Edited by Elena Lydia Scipione, encourages encounters between artists, researchers, art historians, scientific liaisons and museum educators to build a cross-sectional and participatory narrative of the encounter between art and science in relation to Rome’s artistic and natural heritage. After the event dedicated to Mochetti on April 2nd, the program will continue Saturday April 9th A video dedicated to the artist and activist Andrea (Rome, 1978) – set up in the Museo Orto Botanico – which, since 2000, has been conducting research on human-environment relationships, urban space and landscape, anatomy and urbanism, ecology and social justice. Also in the Museum of the Botanical Garden, Saturday May 7th Instead, a special day will be dedicated to the families participating in the satellite project for schools: thanks to the collaboration with ISPRA and the Higher Institute of Environmental Protection, Research and Technology, the relationships between art and science will be explored with children sciences.


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