In conversation with the artists
Throughout the six months of the Exhibition the public will be able to learn more about May You Live In Interesting Times from the voice of its protagonists. The Curator Ralph Rugoff will meet with some of the participating artists to further explore some of the main themes of the Exhibition.
The program will include lectures from some of the participating artists: a conference addressing art’s relationship with technological, social and environmental issues will take place at Teatro alle Tese Arsenale on September 14th; led by Ralph Rugoff, the meeting will involve artists participating in the Exhibition such as Tomás Saraceno and Margaret Wertheim.
As part of the Pavilion of Applied Arts Special Project, a symposium on Felicita Bevilacqua La Masa will be chaired by Paolo Baratta, President of La Biennale di Venezia, and feature as speakers Marysia Lewandoska and Angela Vettese (on October 22th).
Lastly, Paolo Baratta and Ralph Rugoff will meet the public on Sunday, November 24th at the Teatro alle Tese Arsenale to discuss the legacy of this year’s Exhibition.