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Today we are open from 10.30 am to 8.30 pm

Opening time

Today we are open from 10.30 am to 8.30 pm

Anna Resmini, Giulia Zaffaroni, Emanuele Maniscalco
TATCH Leggere con tutti i sensi

15 - 20 MAY 2018

General admission 5,00 Euros
Tuesday - Friday 10.30 am, 11.30 am
Saturday - Sunday 10.30 am, 11.30 am, 3.30 pm, 4.30 pm
Running time: 30’
Limited availability
Palazzo della Triennale
TATCH is an engaging lab/performance in a protected environment, an occasion for the youngest to experiment and approach technology.

An event for our youngest audience, which invites them to experience ways of reading with all their senses. TATCH is an interactive and multisensorial game which, by blending creativity and technology, combines images and sounds to stimulate observation, recognition, listening and imagination in young children. Assisted by their parents, babies and toddlers will be able to explore the space freely, interacting with all their bodies and following the visual and aural stimuli of the installation. TATCH is an immersive workshop/performance in a safe environment, an opportunity for young children to be introduced to and experiment with technology. The project is the outcome of the interdisciplinary collaboration between the young artist and illustrator Anna Resmini and the musician and photographer Emanuele Maniscalco.

Anna Resmini is a young artist and illustrator. She holds a degree in Art History, she is specialized in Esthetics while she deepened her knowledge in illustration at the School of Visual Art di New York. In 2013 her works were selected for the Bologna Children’s Book Fair and in 2016 for the international competition Three x Three International Illustration Awards. She cultivated her talents working with editing houses both Italian and international, creating animations and developing creative projects for agencies and cultural institutions. Since 2013 she has been creating illustrations for Corriere della Sera. In 2017 she collaborated with The New York Times.

Emanuele Maniscalco has been studying music and photography since a young age. His talent and commitment would soon catch the attention of the most regarded names in the Italian jazz scene: Enrico Rava, Stefano Battaglia, Pietro Tonolo, Stefano Bollani, Ares Tavolazzi, Gianluca Petrella, Emanuele Cisi, Francesco Bearzatti, Sandro Gibellini and many more. At the age of 22 he decided to switch to the piano as his main instrument, starting his career anew. Largely self-taught, he would later focus on free improvisation in Copenhagen. He performs regularly around the world in important stages as well as small underground locations where he performs as a pianist and a drummer. He has collaborated with actors, dancers and visual artists and has participated in more than 40 studio album recordings.

Giulia Zaffaroni is a colorist and illustrator for publishing houses, associations and individuals. She studied Conservation of Cultural Heritage at the University of Parma where she graduated with a thesis on Archaeology. Later she devoted herself to her artistic career, attending the evening school of illustration of the IED, two summer courses at the Artelier association of Padua and the school of illustration of Sarmede, as well as courses at the library-laboratory Spazio BK in Milan. Since 2013 she has been experimenting with art and design for children, proposing educational projects based on the interpretation of image and of illustrated books, at home and in bookstores and libraries. Since 2015 she has been collaborating with Anna Resmini in the creation of multidisciplinary workshops. Together they created in 2016 the project FormeSonore on occasion of the Uovokids festival in Milan.  

For children 0 to 12 months old.


visual installation curated by: Anna Resmini and Giulia Zaffaroni
sound experience curated by: Emanuele Maniscalco



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