UNIVERSO FUTURISTA – Catalogue


The catalogue for the UNIVERSO FUTURISTA / Futurist Universe exhibition (April 21, 2018 – May 19, 2019) at the Fondazione Massimo e Sonia Cirulli in Bologna is an experimental alternative to those conventional notions, projected by Jeffrey Schnapp (professor at Harvard University and curator of the exhibition) and Daniele Ledda (xycom Milano).

The catalogue is composed by thirteen reshuffled pamphlets and one poster, bound together in a vacuum-packed wrapper.

It is a new, agile, and expedite approach to the documentation of an exhibition. This particular format draws its inspiration from Universo Futurista, an exhibition whose hybrid and unbound paths of exploration suggest a more fluid relationship between the space of the exposition and the pages that seek to explain it.

A core set of assets were present at the start: curatorial essays, section essays for each of the major units of the show by Jeffrey Schnapp, Silvia Evangelisti, Pierpaolo Antonello, Nicola Lucchi, Ara H. Merjian and Marco Scotti for a total amount of 428 pages and 390 images.

The catalogue is a limited edition and it’s available for purchase by writing an e-mail at info@fondazionecirulli.org

Exhibition’s page ->>

UNIVERSO FUTURISTA – Catalogue


The catalogue for the UNIVERSO FUTURISTA / Futurist Universe exhibition (April 21, 2018 – May 19, 2019) at the Fondazione Sonia e Massimo Cirulli in Bologna is an experimental alternative to those conventional notions, projected by Jeffrey Schnapp (professor at Harvard University and curator of the exhibition) and Daniele Ledda (xycom Milano).

 

The catalogue is composed by thirteen reshuffled pamphlets and one poster, bound together in a vacuum-packed wrapper.

It is a new, agile, and expedite approach to the documentation of an exhibition. This particular format draws its inspiration from Universo Futurista, an exhibition whose hybrid and unbound paths of exploration suggest a more fluid relationship between the space of the exposition and the pages that seek to explain it.

A core set of assets were present at the start: curatorial essays, section essays for each of the major units of the show by Jeffrey Schnapp, Silvia Evangelisti, Pierpaolo Antonello, Nicola Lucchi, Ara H. Merjian and Marco Scotti for a total amount of 428 pages and 390 images.

 

The catalogue is a limited edition and it’s available for purchase by writing an e-mail at info@fondazionecirulli.org

 

Exhibition’s page ->>