View of a massive rift in the Antarctic Peninsula’s Larsen C ice shelf, 2016. Courtesy NASA/John Sonntag
MAXXI auditorium – free entry until full capacity
The presentation of the XXII Milan Triennale, entitled Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival, to be held from March 1st to September 1st, 2019 at the La Triennale di Milano, curated by Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design as well as Director of the Research and Development Department at the MoMa.
Broken Nature is an in-depth study of the bonds that unite people to the natural environment, bonds that throughout the years have been deeply compromised, if not completely destroyed. By analysing various architecture and design projects, this edition will explore the concept of restorative design and will shed light on objects and strategies, on different scales, that reinterpret the relationship between human beings and the environment in which they live, including both social and natural ecosystems.
Giovanna Melandri President of the MAXXI Foundation
Lorenza Baroncelli Artistic Director of the Milan Triennale
Paola Antonelli curator of Broken Nature, Senior Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design and Director of the Research and Development department at the MoMa