On July 20th, at km 278 of the Marzocca di Senigallia coastline, will take place the eighth edition of the night of architecture, arts and design: Demanio Marittimo.Km-278.
The project is a cure of Cristiana Colli and Pippo Ciori, promoted by the magazine MAPPE in collaboration with the Museum of the Arts of the XXI century and the program included meeting, conferences, workshops and live productions.
The event will last 12 hours, from 6 pm to 6 am. The passage from hour to an hour will be underlined by a keyword formulated by Giorgio Moretti, founder of the blog unaparolaalgiorno.it.
This year Demanio Marittimo.Km-278’s theme, which will be commented by Usmaradio, is Coexistence that can take on a very current meaning if we think of the coexistence of ideas, stories, trajectories, migrations.
Demanio Marittimo has invited prestigious guests, such as Giancarlo Mazzanti (Medellin), Christopher Roth (Berlin) and Jan Boelen (Eindhoven), along with young artists, performers and well-known designer like Liam Young (Los Angeles), James Taylor Foster (Stockholm) and many others.
Furthermore, this year’s edition brings with it two great innovations. The first is the choice to select the team of exhibition designers among the students of the Royal College of Architecture in London. The second is the fact that this year’s event will coincide with the initial workshop of the Housing the Human project, an international and interdisciplinary network that methods for a practical futurology. So, on July 20, 14 participants written by Housing the Human test their ideas, creating 5 prototypes with the help of architects, designers, curators and futurologists like Freo Majer (Forecast, Berlin), Joséphine Michau (Copenhagen Architecture Festival), Jan Boelen (Istanbul Design Biennale) e Pippo Ciorra (MAXXI, Demanio Marittimo.Km-278).
To accompany the event there will be two specific production made just for the occasion: the site specific installation obbobobbobo dul peshku by Sislej Xhafa and Unnamed, ritual spaces, project interpreted by Andrea Anastasio, Roberto Paci Dalò and Alessandro Sciarroni and curated by the director artistic Davide Quadrio.