Nuovi spazi della memoria

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Nuovi spazi della memoria. Due progetti per la Resistenza e la Liberazione a Milano, Alessandro Menini e Marco Mazzola (POLMI APR2015).

Come allora il progetto per la memoria tenere vivo il ricordo e costruire identità e futuri più consapevoli del proprio passato? È possibile andare oltre le forme della commemorazione classica che sembrano avere perso oggi molta della loro efficacia? Questa tesi prova a rispondere a tali domande analizzando il caso studio della memoria della Resistenza e della Liberazione a Milano, fenomeni complessi la cui eredità è ancora oggi combattuta e irrisolta (web: MI4345).

The Next Monument, Amsterdam

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Are monuments only records of recorded histories? How can they act as a prompts for on-going reflection? Could a traditional monument be the starting point for individual commemoration? Does a memorial have to be fashioned out of bronze or marble to make a significant impression on our psyche? [James Young]

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Beyond the monument
Gerhard Hofland gallery


The Jewish Resistance Monument revisited
11:00-15:00 / 18:00-21:00
Amstel 41 gallery

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lablog WS in Rome

Saturday, August 31st, 2013

REcall WS3: Rome, 8-14 SEP 2013

Research by design activity aimed at envisioning projects in consistency with the issues pointed out in the REcall-project Call. Two-days visits to the case-study sites will provide direct knowledge of the project areas and identification of specific requirements suggested by the hosting institutions. The workshop activities will comprise teamwork, conferences, seminars, lectures and communications from local administration.

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REcall workshop

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Visualizza REcall_Venice WWII ‘Places&Stories’ in una mappa di dimensioni maggiori

The Venice workshop has for REcall a double challenge: is the occasion for launching officially (and in public) the project and also to test the quality and the quantity of its research queries. But the choice of Venice is not by chance, but a carefully elaborated decision connected to the specific concept behind the fore coming 13th Architecture Biennale titled ‘Common Ground’.

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