Until November 25, the Prada Foundation (Ca ‘Corner, Venice) presents the exhibition Machines à penser, curated by Dieter Roelstraete, a project that explores the correlation between the conditions of exile, escape and withdrawal, and the physical or mental places that favor reflection , thought and intellectual production. The exhibition focuses on three fundamental figures of twentieth century philosophy: Theodor W. Adorno (1903-1969), Martin Heidegger (1889 – 1976) and Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951). The last two philosophers have shared the necessity of creating their own place of intellectual isolation during their lives: Heidegger has spent long periods of his maturity in a cabin in Todtnauberg in the Black Forest in Germany, while Wittgenstein has retired in several moments of its existence in a shelter located in a fjord in Skjolden in Norway Here we see the idea of a hut stylized by the artist and trivialized by the visitor who has the bulimia of photography.
Pubblicato da Marco Di Battista
Giornalista e musicologo. È l'autore di Max 5000 e Il buio e la meridiana, due raccolte di racconti disponibili solo in formato elettronico su Amazon e iBook Store Apple. E' anche un fotografo scarso ma appassionato. La musica è la sua vita ma ama anche il design (è stato direttore di Defrag), la lettura, l'arte, il teatro, viaggiare ecc. ecc. He is journalist and musicologist. He is the author of Max 5000, ten short stories published in epub format on Amazon and iBook Store Apple. He published also Il buio e la meridiana, only in italian language. He is also a a poor photographer but passionate. Music is his life but he loves also design (he was editor in chief of Defrag Magazine), he loves to read, art in general, theatre, to travel, etc etc Mostra tutti gli articoli di Marco Di Battista