Speak Listen Watch Make

Running until February 2020, Speak Listen Look Act includes all manner of meetings, installations, performances, talks, screenings, workshops and projects with the direct involvement of the public and the premises of Triennale.

© Gianluca di Ioia

Caterina Barbieri/Ruben Spini e Francesco Cavaliere

Time-blind e Zoo Machia Disc

Performance

For the opening evening, two projects employing different expressive modes will be presented on the stage of Triennale Milano Teatro. Francesco Cavaliere, performer, musician and visual artist, will present a preview of his new work Zoo Machia Disc, a cycle of sound stories combining installative and choreographic elements. This will be followed by the audio-visual performance Time-blind, collaboratively created by the composer Caterina Barbieri and the visual artist Ruben Spini.

© Gianluca di Ioia

© Mattia Greghi

Carlos Casas

AVALANCHE #18

Exhibition

AVALANCHE is a project about the village of Hichigh, on the Pamir mountains, one of the most unexplored regions in the world, on the border between Tajikistan and Afghanistan.

© Mattia Greghi

© Mattia Greghi

Carlos Casas

AVALANCHE #18

Performance

On 9 October Carlos Casas will unveil the installation with an audio-visual performance.

© Mattia Greghi

© Mattia Greghi

Carlos Casas with Giuseppe Ielasi

AVALANCHE #18

Performance

On 15 October Carlos Casas will work with the musician Giuseppe Ielasi.

© Mattia Greghi

© Mattia Greghi

Carlos Casas with Frederik Van Oudenhoven

AVALANCHE #18

Talk

On 23 October Carlos Casas will interact with Frederik Van Oudenhoven, an ethno-anthropologist and expert in biodiversity and local agriculture.

© Mattia Greghi

© Gianluca di Ioia

Nicola Ratti

Concerto per sistemi eccentrici su lunga durata

Performance

A highly versatile musician on the experimental electronic scene in Italy, Nicola Ratti premieres his Concerto per sistemi eccentrici su lunga durata: a six-hour sound performance designed and created for the spaces at Triennale.

© Gianluca di Ioia

© Francesco Buccarelli

Ruggge

Workshop

With Ruggge, children and adults will be guided in the construction of four giant puppets, each inspired by the themes of the event: he speaks (mouths, jaws, teeth and lips), listens (ears, antennae and trumpets), looks (eyes, glasses, telescopes, eagles and hawks), do you (big hand, tentacles and bizarre prostheses).

© Francesco Buccarelli

© Drinchendrò

Drinchendrò

Workshop

The Drinchendrò laboratories will be dedicated to the creation of furnishings that will animate the parade: cloaks and flags (Mondays), wearable sound accessories and megaphones developed with clothing and salvaged objects (Tuesday), kaleidoscopic cardboard glasses, colored lenses and spare materials), parade posters, with the creation of collages inspired by the five senses (Thursday).

© Drinchendrò

© BOLO Paper

BOLO

Workshop

From conception to design, up to the reproduction of the project, experimenting with analog post-production through distortion, enlargement, reduction and collage. Among assorted old and new images, with mouths, ears, noses and eyes with strange features, the participants will be guided, through analogical processes such as photocopy printing, in the conception and realization of fanzines to keep with them.

© BOLO Paper

La parata strampalata!

Performance

The works realized during the five days of workshops, designed and planned for the review Parla Listen Watch Fai, giant puppets, flashy costumes, goggled masks, howling flags, and frightened musical instruments, will come to life with the Wacky Parade !, an original and unpublished parade of colors, music and noise in the spaces of Triennale.

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