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Since 1923 Triennale Milano is Italy's foremost institution for design and contemporary culture

Since 1923 Triennale Milano is Italy's foremost institution for design and contemporary culture

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Italy

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Since 1923 Triennale Milano is Italy's foremost institution for design and contemporary culture

Language:

English


Episodes

From the Moon – Episode 7 – Hope

8/19/2021
With Joseph Grima, Sharmaine Lovegrove, Giorgia Lupi, Matthew Claudel. — Looking to the future near and distant we ask if there are reasons to be hopeful. Can innovation and the harnessing of human potential give us hope? In an age of activism and renewed social awareness is it even enough to passively talk about hope? — Hosted by David Plaisant — All the conversations were recorded in November and December 2020

Duration:01:03:49

From the Moon – Episode 6 – Farewell humanity!

8/5/2021
With Ben Ware, Tom Hughes, Tiago Rodrigues, Anne Laudisoit, Emanuele Coccia, Katie Mack, Marta Boffito. — Not as bleak and fatalistic as it may sound, we imagine a utopia or dystopia (depending on how you look at it) : the world without humans, and the very final stages of the universe beyond that. Speaking to two philosophers, a biologist, a theatre director, an ecologist, an HIV AIDS specialist and more besides; this is the most interdisciplinary and thought-provoking episode yet. — Hosted...

Duration:01:21:39

From the Moon – Episode 5 – Space from Earth

7/22/2021
With James Carpenter, Mia Fineman, Katie Mack, Ivana Müller, Paolo Nespoli. — In this episode we are going to reverse the telescope, and instead focusing our gaze on our home planet, we are going to stay on Earth and look out into space; taking this opportunity to look at our imaginary host, the Moon, and far beyond that too. — Hosted by David Plaisant — All the conversations were recorded in November and December 2020

Duration:01:02:12

From the Moon - Episode 4 - The world at night

7/8/2021
With Ricky Burdett, Angela Rui, Joni Baboci, Hou Hanru. – From space the planet lights up at night as humankind switches on, emits, consumes, and sleeps. We look at what those lights might tell us, and what the darkness reveals too. – Hosted by David Plaisant — All the conversations were recorded in November and December 2020

Duration:00:54:44

From the Moon – Episode 3 – Frontiers: visible and invisible

6/24/2021
With Hangama Amiri, Rabih Mroué, Thyago Nogueira, Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli. — From demarcations in the Amazon to data front lines on our smartphones and under the oceans, we look at the visible and invisible frontiers that continue to affect billions of people. — Hosted by David Plaisant — All the conversations were recorded in November and December 2020

Duration:00:59:23

From the Moon – Episode 2 – Divided planet

6/10/2021
With Andres Jaque, Nico Daswani, Hou Hanru, Anupama Kundoo, Kandis Williams. — We look at the divisions that run through our societies, from race to wealth. The information age has shone a light on a world that is more divided than ever. Maybe a new culture is the only hope of survival? — Hosted by David Plaisant — All the conversations were recorded in November and December 2020

Duration:01:12:25

From the Moon – Episode 1 – Blue and green planet

5/27/2021
With Stefano Boeri, Ersilia Vaudo, Paola Antonelli, Formafantasma, Andrés Jaque, Legacy Russell. — We take stock of the planet’s environment, both natural and manmade. Can we still talk of an Anthropocene Era? What is the planet’s culture as seen from the Moon? What is culture beyond the pandemic? — From the Moon the Earth seems to be a serenely beautiful sphere of blues, greens and whirling white clouds. From the moon, is where we can finally step back and look at the state of our planet;...

Duration:00:59:31

From the Moon - Trailer

5/20/2021
Triennale Milano has been working for some time on a series of in-depth analyses of its programmes in podcast form. From the Moon is part of this project and will accompany the public towards the opening of the International Exhibition. The series, which will be in English, consists of seven episodes, in which leading names from the world of culture and science will discuss some of the key issues facing the world today. — Hosted by David Plaisant

Duration:00:01:29

Enzo Mari Costellazione – Episode 6 – Stefano Boeri and Hans Ulrich Obrist

10/22/2020
“Committed, passionate, ingenious, resourceful, elegant and utterly uncompromising, Enzo Mari is one of the most fascinating designers of our time.” Stefano Boeri, President of Triennale Milano, remembers his long-term friendship with Enzo Mari in conversation with Alice Rawsthorn and Hans Ulrich Obrist.

Duration:00:35:36

Enzo Mari Costellazione – Episode 5 – Marva Griffin Wilshire

10/22/2020
“Committed, passionate, ingenious, resourceful, elegant and utterly uncompromising, Enzo Mari is one of the most fascinating designers of our time.” Marva Griffin, Founder and Curator of SaloneSatellite and Director of Salone del Mobile’s International Press Office, discusses Mari’s role as an “outsider” of the design world with Alice Rawsthorn.

Duration:00:32:00

Enzo Mari Costellazione – Episode 4 – Formafantasma

10/22/2020
“Committed, passionate, ingenious, resourceful, elegant and utterly uncompromising, Enzo Mari is one of the most fascinating designers of our time.” Design duo Formafantasma explains the influence Enzo Mari had on their ongoing research about the “implication of production” in design processes.

Duration:00:29:10

Enzo Mari Costellazione – Episode 3 – Paola Antonelli

10/22/2020
“Committed, passionate, ingenious, resourceful, elegant and utterly uncompromising, Enzo Mari is one of the most fascinating designers of our time.” Design curator Paola Antonelli and Alice Rawsthorn discuss Mari’s influence on today’s understanding of design: from his project of the Milanese Panettoni to the masterpiece Proposta per un’Autoprogettazione.

Duration:00:26:21

Enzo Mari Costellazione – Episode 2 – Martino Gamper

10/22/2020
“Committed, passionate, ingenious, resourceful, elegant and utterly uncompromising, Enzo Mari is one of the most fascinating designers of our time.” Series host Alice Rawsthorn sits down with London-based designer Martino Gamper, who remembers his uncompromising master Enzo Mari.

Duration:00:35:32

Enzo Mari Costellazione – Episode 1 – Hans Ulrich Obrist

10/22/2020
“Committed, passionate, ingenious, resourceful, elegant and utterly uncompromising, Enzo Mari is one of the most fascinating designers of our time.” Series host Alice Rawsthorn sits down with the curator of the Enzo Mari retrospective at Triennale Milano to discuss how he approaches an exhibition about “the many faces of Mari”.

Duration:00:30:30

Enzo Mari Costellazione – Trailer

10/22/2020
“Committed, passionate, ingenious, resourceful, elegant and utterly uncompromising, Enzo Mari is one of the most fascinating designers of our time.” Design critic and writer Alice Rawsthorn collaborates with Hans Ulrich Obrist, curator of the Triennale Milano’s Enzo Mari retrospective, on Enzo Mari Costellazione: a podcast in which Mari’s friends and collaborators share their memories and observations of the designer. Architect Stefano Boeri describes him as “a constellation”. Curator Paola...

Duration:00:01:07

Architecture & Anthropocene – Episode 7 – Collective thinking

11/13/2019
David Plaisant sits with James Binning who founded in 2010, together with a 16 to 20 partners, Assemble, a multidisciplinary collective that tries to address the typical disconnect between the public and the process by which places are made.

Duration:00:12:04

Architecture & Anthropocene – Episode 6 – Architecture for all humans?

11/6/2019
Journalist David Plaisant meets with the rising star of Mexican architecture Tatiana Bilbao, founder of the Tatiana Bilbao Estudio in her native Mexico City in 2004. Image Los Terrenos / Tatiana Bilbao. Photo Rory Gardiner

Duration:00:17:16

Architecture & Anthropocene – Episode 5 – The urban age

10/31/2019
In this episode David Plaisant meets with thinker Ricky Burdett, professor of Urban Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science and director of Urban Age project which he founded in 2005. At the end of 2018 Burdett launched “Shaping Cities in an Urban Age” the third in the Urban Age series of publications published by Phaidon.

Duration:00:16:12

Architecture & Anthropocene – Episode 4 – Temporary or permanent?

10/23/2019
David Plaisant meets with renowned Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, who was awarded the Pritzker prize in 2014 and discuss his approach to architecture.

Duration:00:06:54

Architecture & Anthropocene – Episode 3 – The ears of the world

10/19/2019
David sits down with Bernie Krause, author, bio-acoustician, speaker, natural sound artist, to discuss his life’s work in sound.

Duration:00:18:20