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Artisanal Intelligence for AltaRoma
January 25, 2012
A.I. Gallery presents three events dedicated to the strong bond between visual arts, performance and contemporary craftmanship
- Text by Flavia Ferrucci
During the winter days of Roman fashion Artisanal Intelligence, the platform promoted by AltaRoma to promote the Made in Italy products in arts, crafts and fashion, will host three exhibition-events suspendend between innovation, tradition and experimentation.
L'origine della Trama
On Saturday, January 28, the "Muga Gallery" in Via Giulia will host "L'origine della trama". It is an installation-sculpture by Davide Dormino with music by Diego Buongiorno, who drew up the sounds of the birth of the universe as recorded by scientist John G. Cramer. The embroidery pattern are seen here as the archetype of contemporary artistic traits. The work literally reaches the road, turning into a symbol of an uncontrollable creative anarchy.
Inedito: Carol Christian Poell
On January 29 the concept store and gallery "Motelsalieri" presents the new collection from Austrain artist and designer Carol Christian Poell. A unique figure in the international fashion scene, profoundly dedicated to research and manual work, Poell has found himself a natural habitat in the store.
The Diamond Pattern - Ora et Labora
The Diamond Pattern is the event hosted by the store-gallery BOMBA41 which will take place on Monday, January 30. Caterina Nelli, Julia Frommel and Emiliano Maggi, the creatives behind the store, start sewing and invite the public to sew with them in a common creative act. A cloth-mosaic, a diamond pattern, made up from the rare fabric pieces, collected over the last 30 years by Cristina Bomba. There will also be a preview of the spring/summer collection, which will include some unique and limited edition pieces realised with fabrics from Uzbekistan and Japan.
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