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Living Lab (2021) | Progettato da LWCircus e realizzato da Giacomo Salizzoni

Progetto RIVA 2021

Living Lab (2021) | Progettato da LWCircus e realizzato da Giacomo Salizzoni

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Living Lab (2021) | designed by LWCircus and created by Giacomo Salizzoni

RIVA Project 2021

Living Lab (2021), designed by LWCircus and created by Giacomo Salizzoni, is an ecological corridor made of jasmine plants (Rincospermum), enriched by a peripatetic bed of aromatic herbs typical of the Tuscan landscape, which enhance the loggia of MAD, paving the way to a polyfunctional space for lectures and workshops addressed to locals. The installation, which will be further enriched and developed for the duration of the exhibit, aims to underline the possible coexistence of urban and natural landscapes, which blend into a single environment capable of generating ecological awareness and culture thanks to inclusive workshops and encounters with artists, designers, landscape architects, scientists, architects.

In collaboration with the 17th Venice International Architecture Exhibition.

Living Lab (2021), designed by LWCircus and created by Giacomo Salizzoni, is an ecological corridor made of jasmine plants (Rincospermum), enriched by a peripatetic bed of aromatic herbs typical of the Tuscan landscape, which enhance the loggia of MAD, paving the way to a polyfunctional space for lectures and workshops addressed to locals. The installation, which will be further enriched and developed for the duration of the exhibit, aims to underline the possible coexistence of urban and natural landscapes, which blend into a single environment capable of generating ecological awareness and culture thanks to inclusive workshops and encounters with artists, designers, landscape architects, scientists, architects.

In collaboration with the 17th Venice International Architecture Exhibition.

Living Lab (2021) | designed by LWCircus and created by Giacomo Salizzoni

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Annacaterina Piras

Architect and Co-Founder and Scientific Coordinator of LWCircus

Annacaterina Piras is architect and cartographer and has a PhD in Landscape Architecture gained at the Alghero School of Architecture, University of Sassari (2011). She obtained the first degree in Architecture at the Florence School of Architecture (1999). Since 2004 she has coordinated several international operative workshops, experimenting shared practices in urban interventions trough the art medium as a vehicle for the redevelopment of open spaces, with the collaboration of local artists, communities and cultural foundations, as Museo Nivola, Orani (2004) and Fondazione Stazione dell’arte, Ulassai (2006). During last years she collaborated with different Universities, Foundations and Cultural Institutions, such as the Cornell University in Rome (2009), the Master in Landscape Architecture of Barcelona at ETSAB_UPC (2010), the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation (2011), the RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Melbourne (2013-19), the ENSP, Ecole nationale supérieure du Pa

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Annacaterina Piras is architect and cartographer and has a PhD in Landscape Architecture gained at the Alghero School of Architecture, University of Sassari (2011). She obtained the first degree in Architecture at the Florence School of Architecture (1999). Since 2004 she has coordinated several international operative workshops, experimenting shared practices in urban interventions trough the art medium as a vehicle for the redevelopment of open spaces, with the collaboration of local artists, communities and cultural foundations, as Museo Nivola, Orani (2004) and Fondazione Stazione dell’arte, Ulassai (2006). During last years she collaborated with different Universities, Foundations and Cultural Institutions, such as the Cornell University in Rome (2009), the Master in Landscape Architecture of Barcelona at ETSAB_UPC (2010), the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation (2011), the RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Melbourne (2013-19), the ENSP, Ecole nationale supérieure du Paysage, Versailles (2013-14-15-16), the Universidad Marista, Merida (2016), the Chinese Universities of SCUA, SCUT, GAFA in Guangzhou and PKU, Beijing (2017), the UHM, University of Hawaii at Manoa (2017), Tonji and Jiao Tong University in Shanghai (2018), TURENSCAPE Academy (from 2018). From 2009, She coordinated several workshops for the II Level Master in Mediterranean Landscape Urbanism, at the Alghero School of Architecture, University of Sassari, where she worked as Academic Coordinator for the second edition of the Master MMLU (2014-2015). She has been Co-Founder and scientific coordinator for the first six editions (2011-2016) of LandWorks-Sardinia. She is Co-Founder and Scientific Coordinator of LWCircus, the Italian – Mexican Operative Shared Program born in the 2016 and focused on experimental modalities in searching new strategies for sustainable urban and rural development on sensitive natural areas and the revitalization of cultural landscapes inside Mediterranean and the developing Countries. She has been juror at the World Landscape Architecture Award 2019 and has been nominated for the American Academy in Rome Italian Fellowships 2019-2020.

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LWCircus

Italian – Mexican Operative Shared Program

LWCircus is the Italian – Mexican Operative Shared Program born in the 2016, following to a critical rereading of the guide lines delineated along the pluriannual experience of coordination inside of successful international operative programs and looking for a systematization of alternative methodologies based on social practices and an improvement of tools and devices, able to give life to long term process in term of sustainable development and responsible valorization. The Program focuses specifically on experimental modalities in searching new strategies for sustainable urban and rural development on sensitive natural areas and territories under transition (anthropologic, socio-economic and environmental aspects), together with a responsible valorization of cultural landscapes inside Mediterranean and the developing Countries.

LWCircus is the Italian – Mexican Operative Shared Program born in the 2016, following to a critical rereading of the guide lines delineated along the pluriannual experience of coordination inside of successful international operative programs and looking for a systematization of alternative methodologies based on social practices and an improvement of tools and devices, able to give life to long term process in term of sustainable development and responsible valorization. The Program focuses specifically on experimental modalities in searching new strategies for sustainable urban and rural development on sensitive natural areas and territories under transition (anthropologic, socio-economic and environmental aspects), together with a responsible valorization of cultural landscapes inside Mediterranean and the developing Countries.

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ArnoLab019

Progetto RIVA

L’Associazione LWCircus, in collaborazione con la Direzione Artistica delle Murate, nell’ambito del progetto RIVA, palinsesto che promuove ricerche alternative commissionando interventi artistici incentrati sul fiume Arno, ha presentato il secondo appuntamento primaveriale della serie di seminari e Open Talks ILARKS, ideati per ampliare e promuovere il dibattito all’interno della disciplina sull’utilizzo di pratiche performative e linguaggi multimediali nella progettazione, valorizzazione e attivazione dei paesaggi culturali contemporanei, coinvolgendo architetti, paesaggisti, artisti e designer, attivisti, curatori antropologi ed editori, chiamati a dare il loro contributo in merito.

L’Associazione LWCircus, in collaborazione con la Direzione Artistica delle Murate, nell’ambito del progetto RIVA, palinsesto che promuove ricerche alternative commissionando interventi artistici incentrati sul fiume Arno, ha presentato il secondo appuntamento primaveriale della serie di seminari e Open Talks ILARKS, ideati per ampliare e promuovere il dibattito all’interno della disciplina sull’utilizzo di pratiche performative e linguaggi multimediali nella progettazione, valorizzazione e attivazione dei paesaggi culturali contemporanei, coinvolgendo architetti, paesaggisti, artisti e designer, attivisti, curatori antropologi ed editori, chiamati a dare il loro contributo in merito.

ArnoLab019

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ArnoLab018

Progetto RIVA

Un grande ciclo di conferenze organizzato nella primavera 2018 da LWCircus e MAD Murate Art District, che ha affrontato la progettazione sostenibile nelle città contemporanee partendo da esempi e soluzioni sui fiumi delle grandi aree urbane internazionali dalla progettazione dal bacino della Garonna  in Francia ai modelli evolutivi di Shanghai. Al programma di conferenze si è affiancato il workshop ArnoLab018, un laboratorio creativo open air, finalizzato alla realizzazione in loco di installazioni effimere tra arte e paesaggio. Attraverso modalità sperimentali partecipate e operative i protagonisti di ArnoLab018 hanno reinterpretato e assemblato tra loro materiali naturali riciclati attraverso linguaggi artistici e multimediali per creare arredi urbani leggeri, punti di sosta e rifugi temporanei. I materiali di risulta derivanti dalle fluttuazioni del fiume  sono stati messi a disposizione dal Consorzio di Bonifica 3 del medio Valdarno e le essenze autoctone sono state fornite

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Un grande ciclo di conferenze organizzato nella primavera 2018 da LWCircus e MAD Murate Art District, che ha affrontato la progettazione sostenibile nelle città contemporanee partendo da esempi e soluzioni sui fiumi delle grandi aree urbane internazionali dalla progettazione dal bacino della Garonna  in Francia ai modelli evolutivi di Shanghai. Al programma di conferenze si è affiancato il workshop ArnoLab018, un laboratorio creativo open air, finalizzato alla realizzazione in loco di installazioni effimere tra arte e paesaggio. Attraverso modalità sperimentali partecipate e operative i protagonisti di ArnoLab018 hanno reinterpretato e assemblato tra loro materiali naturali riciclati attraverso linguaggi artistici e multimediali per creare arredi urbani leggeri, punti di sosta e rifugi temporanei. I materiali di risulta derivanti dalle fluttuazioni del fiume  sono stati messi a disposizione dal Consorzio di Bonifica 3 del medio Valdarno e le essenze autoctone sono state fornite dal raggruppamento Carabinieri Biodiversità reparto di Vallombrosa.

ArnoLab018

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