In a place like the Milan Triennale, which has made tangible and physical projects by great minds in art and design, the 23rd International Exhibition focuses on the theme of the unknown through a series of events entitled Unknown Unknowns. An Introduction to Mysteries.
Among the scheduled events, Triennale will collaborate with adidas Originals again this year in a talk entitled The New Season of Art, part of the Pick Your Mystery format, which will be staged on Oct. 4 starting at 8:30 p.m. This is an interesting stop for an art institution like the Triennale and for adidas, a brand that has always been interested in art as a tool to read the contemporary, thanks to its being increasingly cross-media and influenced by technical and creative visions. All values that are also reflected in the collections that have marked streetwear, especially in the last decade.
The talk will be about art, so the guests of Triennale and adidas will be Visual Artists Lorenza Liguori and Andrea Crespi, who will share the stage with singer Sangiovanni.
Mystery is a necessary component of creativity, a way beyond the real to describe the uniqueness of a talent and a vision. All the more so when it comes to art and the future of it, between NFT, crypto art and the metaverse, it is useful to try to look for new meanings in unknown worlds, and who better than astrophysicist Ersilia Vaudo could then serve as host of The New Season of Art.The ESA Chief Diversity Officer at the European Space Agency will talk with the three artists about the fascination of the unknown and what her world has in common with that of those who create art.
The road that connects a work to the mysteries of the universe is closer than it seems, the new frontiers of art prove, and that is why it is necessary to go and investigate these new worlds, mysterious and full of questions. At the Triennial, Oct. 4.