Artissima and Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT launched Beyond Production in 2021: a dialogue capable of stimulating and fostering reflections on the most innovative trends in art, investigating their relationship with the transformations of the society, with a central focus on the works and the historical and cultural value of collecting. After the first two editions that respectively explored the phenomenon of NFTs (2021) and the Metaverse (2022), the third chapter presents Symposium (2023), an in-depth reflection on the relationship between new technologies, art and society, translating into a morning program of studies, free and open to the public by reservation, with outstanding international speakers, to discuss the themes investigated by the conceptual platform Beyond Production since 2021.
Working tables on Saturday 4 November:
9.45am | Art, Artificial Intelligence and Hybrids
11.15am | New technologies for art: challenges and opportunities
12.15pm | Artificial Intelligence, ethics and legislation: an empirical approach
Speakers: Rebeca Romero (artist), Eva e Franco Mattes (artists), Wolf Lieser (founder and curator of Digital Art Museum of Berlin), Bruno Bolfo (founder Particle), Fabrizio D’Aloia, (founder Artsquare), Brando Bonaretti (founder Ninfa), Massimo Sterpi (Studio Legale Gianni & Origoni), Maria Abdulhamid (professor at Istituto Europeo di Design), Annapaola Negri Clementi (Studio Legale Pavesio e Associati with Negri-Clementi)
Moderators: Ilaria Bonacossa (curator of Beyond Production and director of the National Museum of Digital Art), Luisa Ausenda (curator and founder of Studio Leggero), Matteo Pessione (coordinator of OGR Tech), and Edoardo Raffiotta (LCA Studio Legale).
RESERVE YOUR SEAT: https://bp-symposium.it/en/events/saturday
Entry is free of charge by reservation. Bring your registration confirmation for access to the event