19 > 22 DECEMBER 2020 // NATURARE

Parco Giordano Sangalli

Parco Giordano Sangalli

Parco Giordano Sangalli
Viale Alessandrino Aqueduct

Giordano Sangalli Park is located in Viale dell’Acquedotto Alessandrino and is one of the three public parks in the Tor Pignattara district. The aqueduct area was affected during the twentieth century by massive phenomena of building speculation and spontaneous construction. Immigrants from southern Italy but also evacuees from the center during the Fascist period built their houses leaning them right on the Aqueduct. Once knocked down, have made way for the current Sangalli park.

SATURDAY 19 – FROM H. 18:30
GIORDANO SANGALLI PARK
Viale Alessandrino Aqueduct

Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza; Luca Cataldo; Delta process; Hinrich Gross; Collective L4R; Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio; Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre; Quantum Framework; Diego Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo; Daniel Spano; Flavia Tritto; Olga Tuzova; Simona Verrusio.

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Pigneto-Pavoni Parking Area

Pigneto-Pavoni Parking Area

Pigneto-Pavoni Parking Area
Crossing via del Pigneto and via Lodovico Pavoni

The Pigneto-Pavoni parking area represents what can happen when it is built without any urban planning, but simply leaving room for the mere casual juxtaposition of buildings four times the height of existing buildings. Randomness has therefore created an ugliness: five blind walls form the scenery in this interlocking of concrete pours, creating a "natural" parking area.

SUNDAY 20 – FROM H. 18:30
PAVONI-PIGNETO PARKING AREA
Crossing via del Pigneto and via Lodovico Pavoni

Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza; Luca Cataldo; Delta process; Hinrich Gross; Collective L4R; Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio; Jeremy Oury; Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre; Quantum Framework; Diego Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo; Collective I Light; Daniel Spano; Lino Strangis, Flavia Tritto; Olga Tuzova and Lorenzo Pagella; Simona Verrusio.

LIVE STREAMING from 21:30 at 22:00

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Elevated ring road East

Elevated ring road East

Elevated ring road East
Via Prenestina civic height 52

It is the elevated section on the Via Prenestina of the East ring road, a high-traffic road designed by architect Kenzo Tange in the 1960s but already provided for in the master plan of the 1909, born to unite the northern and southern part of the city. The causeway of the East ring road was a risky choice, an idea from the early 1900s that had every opportunity to develop in the best way but which ended up creeping into the buildings built after the post-war building speculation, thus creating urban scenarios that have always been associated with decay.

LUNEDÍ 21 – FROM H. 18:30
RISE TANGENTIAL EAST
Via Prenestina civic height 52

Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza; Luca Cataldo; Hinrich Gross; Collective L4R; Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio; Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre; Quantum Framework; Diego Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo; Flavia Tritto; Olga Tuzova.

LIVE STREAMING from 18:30 at 20:00

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Prenestina ramp

Prenestina ramp

Prenestina ramp
Via Teano, civic height 223

This great spiral in the open air, a kind of small Colosseum, now covered with graffiti, was built as a warehouse for sets and costumes of the Teatro dellOpera. It partly changed its destination at the end of the 1960s and was adapted to school. In the 1970s, part of the complex served as a residential function, welcoming evicted families. As the last stop in its history, it hosted the activities organized by the Rampa Prenestina Cultural Space – music and theater workshops, social inclusion courses and much more.

At the moment the circular part is abandoned, it would be a perfect site for a Museum of Light!

 

 

 

TUESDAY 22 – FROM H. 18:30
PRENESTINA RAMP
Via Teano civic height 223

Luca Cataldo; Delta process; Hinrich Gross; Collective L4R; Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio; Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre; Chiara Patriarca and Francesca Cecarini; Quantum Framework; Diego Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo; Flavia Tritto; Olga Tuzova and Lorenzo Pagella; Simona Verrusio.

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20 > 30 DECEMBER 2020 // THE NEED TO MODIFY THE EXISTING

Naturare

Naturare

Meet the artists

During the meeting, the NATURARE concept will be discussed, chosen as the title of this year's particular edition, of the different relationship between Man and Nature, which we have seen accentuated in the last period, of the new ways of artistic creation, caused by the changes in progress. The theme of the organization and life of cultural events and how artists grasp the transformations and turn them into works of art will be addressed.

INTERVENE:

Lino Strangis, Repetto and Gianni Maroccolo; Simona Verrusio; Chiara Patriarca and Francesca Cecarini; Delta process; Hinrich Gross; Lea Brugnoli and Anna Torazza; Luca Cataldo; Luca Mauceri + MediaMash Studio; Quantum Framework; Collective L4R; Daniel Spano; Collective I Light; Flavia Tritto; Olga Tuzova and Lorenzo Pagella; Simone Palma and Raffaele Settembre; Jeremy Oury.

MODERATOR: Diego Labonia – RGB Light Experience artistic director

Here is the link to follow live

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86125038061?pwd=OHJJeEh6OWhJTkNwdGRxZ1lDRFZRQT09

SUNDAY 20 – H. 10:30>12:30

“NATURARE”
Meet the artists

I speak to the guest artists of the 5th edition of RGB.
Moderator Diego Labonia.

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RGB Light Experience
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Cross light

Cross light

Meeting

The cultural trend we are witnessing is a new era of contamination of cultural containers, therefore a progression of systemic thinking that links different sectors together. One of the most interesting is the convergence of art, science and technology with personal experiences and works that can really be affirmed beyond the conventional schemes in which we are used to classify them. A technology that frees itself from the rigid laws of profit and an art that gives up its proverbial humility towards technology and science. This convergence is driven by fundamental phenomena such as the need to give a sustainable response to the progressive degradation of the planet; the great migratory flows, protagonists of cultural contamination and the consequent massive urbanization; the same planetary epidemic emergency to which a systemic and global response must be given. Artists and technologists are finally merging into cooperative projects and hybrid formations, tracing the Leonardesque myth. The same principle of globalization can be reviewed as different models of creation. Models in which works can be the result of collective co-creation and smart cities that become the exhibition environment par excellence by welcoming the creative principles of aesthetics and digital light into its infrastructures. A new grazing and transversal light that is dismantling our cultural barriers to give shape to new strong ideas and structures capable of changing our evolution and our way of life in a more sustainable and creative way.

 

INTERVENE:

Mauro Annunziato – Director of the ENEA Smart Energy Division; Gisella Gellini – Architect, researcher of the culture of light and lecturer at the Politecnico di Milano course "Light Art and Design of Light"; Diego Labonia – RGB Light Experience Artistic Director; Diego Repetto – Architect and visual artist; Isa Helena Tiburcio – Arch. PhD in design from Politecnico di Milano and lecturer in Urban design at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts; Flavia Tritto – Visual artist

Here is the link to follow live

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The biography of Mauro Annunziato is the story of a hybrid experience between art and science over twenty years of holistic and sustainable thinking. Graduated in Nuclear Engineering, but soon converted to sustainable development, has conducted research on intelligence and artificial life, the theory of chaos, energy technologies. Since 1986 in ENEA where he currently heads the Smart Energy Division focused on the theme of Intelligent Cities and Communities. He was among the founders and coordinators of the European Joint Program on Smart Cities, he is a member of the Governing Board of the Joint Research Center and coordinator of the ICT Working Group of the Italy-USA Commission on Emerging Technologies. Author of about two hundred publications, several patents, circa 100 Invited Talk at national and international conferences. In the artistic field, Annunziato founded in 1994 with Piero Pierucci the Plancton Art Studio group engaged in the production of digital images and interactive installations on the border between art and science. Active in the world of international digital art, they found the "Art of Emergence" approach. The works have been exhibited in many international exhibitions (The Angels, New Orleans, Washington, Monaco, London, Lima, Moscow, Roma, Torino, Venezia). Annunziato has received several awards including the cover of the international magazine of Art-Science "Leonardo" (MIT Press) in 2002, the honorary mention of Vida in 2002. His contribution on the convergence of art and science was selected by NASA among the 60 artist-scientists for the "first library" of the first human settlement on Mars in 2030. (Mars Millennium Project: http://mmp.planetary.org/scien/annum/annum70.htm).

Gisella Gellini and architetta, researcher of the culture of light, he collaborated with the collector Giuseppe Panza di Biumo. Curator of exhibitions and events in Italy and abroad: 2008, Dan Flavin from the Panza Collection, Berardo Museum Lisbon ; Light Blade by Nicola Evangelisti at Villa Reale- Milano; 2010, collective Luces - Light Art from Italy e 2012, NOW Archaeological Shadow di Fabrizio Corneli, both at the Archaeological Museum in Frankfurt; 2014, artistic direction of Arezzo in Luce; 2014 It is in the 2015 curates Light Art Ensemble and LUCE4GOOD - Light Art Ensemble, both to the former church of San Carpoforo, Milano; 2016, Light in the Stone by Sebastiano Romano at Rocca Albornoz in Spoleto. Since 2017 al 2020, curator, of the Black Light Art traveling exhibition, the light that colors the dark, exhibited at Palazzo Lombardia in Milan, at the Civic Art Gallery of Como, at Rocca Albornoz in Spoleto and currently at Casa Mantegna for the Mantua Biennial of Light. Since 2009 curates the publication of Light Art in Italy - Temporary Installations, which collects the most significant temporary installations of Light Art in Italy. Lecturer at the School of Design of the Politecnico di Milano of the course Light and Color between Art Design, she is a speaker in various seminars and workshops at international level.

Isa Helena Tibúrcio and architetta graduated from UFMG – Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil, 1993), he did the master in Architecture and Urbanism (2000) at the same university and the PhD in Design at the Politecnico di Milano (2019). He has been working on architectural projects since 1993 and from 2000 as a teacher in the field of architecture and urbanism. He has written some articles on the themes of Light Art, urban space and participation, and collaborated with Artalkers, online magazine of interviews on artistic themes. In 2019 he curated the exhibition in Milan “Impalpable materiality” on Light Art and the exhibition of art installations and audiovisual works “Absences Present”, involving Italian and Brazilian artists. He currently teaches Urban Design at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, in Milan.

 

LUNEDÍ 21 – H. 10:30>12:30

“TRANSVERSAL LIGHT”
Meeting

I speak Mauro Annunziato; Gisella Gellini; Diego Labonia; Diego Repetto; Isa Helena Tiburcio; Flavia Tritto

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Whisper talk. Smart swarm

Whisper talk. Smart swarm

Workshop

It is a connective creativity laboratory based on the use of a whisper-radio system, to converse in an immersive and local context with headphones and widespread (globally) in streaming on the web. This happens as you explore (without going far, walking little, unlike the walkabout) and information-emotions experienced in the projective event to be inhabited are processed, al RGB Light Experience. During the whisper-talk, both the stakeholders and authors present in the field and remote ones will be involved in the radio brainstorming, to focus on the various aspects of the sensitivities involved in the light experience.

By Carlo Infante – Urban Experience.

 

Carlo Infante is changemaker, freelance teacher of Performing Media, cultural designer, founder of Urban Experience and screenwriter for future resilience. He directed, in the eighties, festivals as Scenarios of the Immaterial, area in which the video theater and the first experiments of performing media were developed (in 1987 the title of the edition was "The Interactive Scene"). He led (also as an author) radio broadcasts on Radio1 and Radio3, such as Mediamente.scuola on RAI3 and Salva con Nome on RAInews24 (in 2009). He devised (on the occasion of the Turin Olympics 2006) format web, like the geoblog (which made it possible to write stories in geographies, before GoogleMaps), which express the creative tension of a Social Innovation operating in the territory (as happened with the Performing Media Lab in Salento for La Notte della Taranta, and in Piedmont within a Property Confiscated from the Mafia which he owned with the teatron.org association). He is the author, Moreover, to Educate online (1997, Netbook), Learning by playing (Bollati Boringhieri, 2000), Edutainment (Coop Italy, 2003), Performing Media. The new spectacularity of interactive and mobile communication (Novecentolibri, 2004), Performing Media 1.1 Politics and poetics of networks (Memory, 2006) and many other sages (+ of 80) and articles (thousands) for multiple publications (including NOVA-Sole24ore, Tiscali and L'Unità, for which he edited the monthly UniTag insert, and currently The New Ecology, on which it has a fixed address book). He is among the founders of the States General of Innovation (with which in 2012 the Rome Smart City project is launched in which it is a resilient city) he was a member of the board (as in previous decades it had been the case of the National Theater Critics Association and the National Video Council), he is part of the scientific committee of Symbola and is a professor of digital technologies and cognitive processes at the Faculty of Economics of the Mercatorum University. He edited for the Italian Treccani Encyclopedia (Science and Technique- double volume on Informatica) the essay Digital Cultures and various related terms. Now walk, conversation, solicits participated gaze, learns everywhere, con i walkabout, peripatetic conversations with your feet on the ground and your head in the cloud.

LUNEDÍ 21 – H. 20:00>22:00

“WHISPER TALK”
Workshop a cura di Carlo Infante-Urban Experience

Radio conversations to be relaunched in live streaming, to remix the reflection on the Light Experience both in presence and at a distance.

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RGB Light Experience
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Reflections for a new nocturnal urban landscape

Reflections for a new nocturnal urban landscape

Meeting

The landscapes of the contemporary nocturnal city are constantly evolving from one side, of individual and group human activities, which I would define the profile of the request, on the other of the technologies that illuminate it, both in terms of light characteristics, that of characteristics of the systems that serve to supply light, which I would define the offer profile.

These two souls are increasingly disconnected and generate a sort of schizophrenia between the demands of compliance with regulations, energy saving and cost containment and the needs of the psychophysical well-being of those who live in the city.

Light festivals, more and more frequent in Italy and in the world sometimes they take on the role of a medicine that tries to heal this schizophrenia at least for a few days: an important role in remembering that the quality of light cannot be measured only with numbers, but also with the level of emotions it can arouse, but which must stimulate a wider debate, that comes out of its space-time boundaries.

INTERVENE:

Elettra Bordonaro – Co-founder and creative director of Light Follows Behavior; Stefano Catucci – Professor of Aesthetics at the Faculty of Architecture of Rome La Sapienza; Marco Frascarolo – Lighting designer and lecturer in lighting technology at the Roma Tre architecture department; Diego Labonia – RGB Light Experience Artistic Director; Federico Petrei – Vj motion designer Deltaprocess; Daniel Spano – Visual artist

Here is the link to follow live

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89447270487?pwd=MXZRNm1VUThEaVpVc1ovcFhRdXNhUT09

 

Elettra Bordonaro, co-founder and creative director of Light Follows Behavior, a lighting studio that has the goal of designing with people and for people. She is also co-founder of the Social Light Movement (SLM), born with the purpose of bringing enlightenment to less affluent communities. He has focused his attention on lighting design and has been participating in research initiatives from beyond 15 years. In addition to providing lighting projects for outdoor and public areas in the UK and abroad, Elettra focused on design education and the promotion of research initiatives related to the design of cities after dark. He has held courses at the University of Rome, Milan and Turin and has been teaching since 2014 al 2018 at the Rhode Island School of Art and Design (RISD) a Providence. Elettra is also Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics Sociology and in the field of research “Configuring Light / Staging the Social”, group working on various research projects that integrate social research into lighting design. His program “Social Lightscapes Workshop”, in association with Confuguring Light, received an honorable mention at “Compasso d'Oro design awards”, in 2020.

Marco Frascarolo, engineer, lighting designer, lighting Lecturer at the Department of Architecture of Rome and the Master in Lighting Design of Sapienza University of Rome, coordinates the 2001 the study Fabertechnica which he founded. Among the most important works includes the design for the new LED lighting system of the Sistine Chapel in the consortium LED4ART, the coordination of Marco Frascarolo of the working group of the Master in Lighting Design, University "La Sapienza", for the preparation of the guidelines of the new lighting system for the Colosseum (2015) and the project for the new lighting system for the Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi. Since 2018 Marco Frascarolo follows as coordinator the "Jubilee of Light" project promoted by A.N.C.I. and by the Ministry of the Environment MATTM, that interests 17 Italian Municipalities and has recently been extended to others 33. The founding idea of ​​the project is to use light as a flywheel to bring out and tell places, to enhance the territory and its multiple resources. Among other major projects: House Italy Pyeongchang, Rio de Janerio Casa Italia, LunerPark Villa Balbiano ad Ossuccio, How. Faculty of Architecture 2b pavilions, 4 and 8 dell 'former slaughterhouse, Faculty of Naval Architecture Bath. Exhibition spaces of the Vittoriano Complex. Basilica of S. Croce in Gerusalemme. monumental Nymphaeum of Villa Aldobrandini (Frascati). Temporary exhibitions at the Scuderie del Quirinale, Complex of the Victorian, Ara Pacis Museum, Palazzo delle Arti Napoli, Centre Pompidou.

 

 

TUESDAY 22 – H. 14:00>16:00

“REFLECTIONS FOR A NEW NIGHT URBAN LANDSCAPE” Meeting

With Elettra Bordonaro; Stefano Catucci; Marco Frascarolo; Diego Labonia; Federico Petrei-DELTAPROCESS; Daniel Spano

Link Zoom to participate in the meeting

LIVE STREAMING

RGB Light Experience
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Light and interactivity: design and physical computing

Light and interactivity: design and physical computing

Workshop

Intensive three-meeting workshop aimed at those who want to deepen light design and digital art.

Lesson 1: Interactive process theory

Lesson 2: Lights, sensors and arduino

Lesson 3: Light, wereable and artificial intelligence

 

By Leonardo Zaccone- FabLab Ostiense

 

 

Leonardo Zaccone and performer, sound & interaction designer, trainer from 0 a 99 years, digital humanist. As an artist, he focuses his research on interaction as a human and technological process. On the same push, interested in urban social processes, founded the FabLab in Rome, today Spazio Chirale, open place of technological cultural sharing. Meet people every day. He is fat before he is big. Search silence as a gift Sound.

LUNEDÍ 28 – H. 10:30>13:00

“LIGHT AND INTERACTIVITY: DESIGN AND PHYSICAL COMPUTING "
Lesson 1 of 3 – "Theory of interactive processes"

By Leonardo Zaccone – FabLab Ostiense

Link Zoom to participate in the workshop

LIVE STREAMING

RGB Light Experience
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Scratch. Video art for children

Scratch. Video art for children

Educational workshop for children

Using the block programming platform, we will carry out a short videomapping by learning to program.

 

By Leonardo Zaccone- FabLab Ostiense

 

 

Leonardo Zaccone and performer, sound & interaction designer, trainer from 0 a 99 years, digital humanist. As an artist, he focuses his research on interaction as a human and technological process. On the same push, interested in urban social processes, founded the FabLab in Rome, today Spazio Chirale, open place of technological cultural sharing. Meet people every day. He is fat before he is big. Search silence as a gift Sound.

LUNEDÍ 28 – H. 15:00>17:30

“SCRATCH. VIDEOART FOR CHILDREN”
Educational workshop for children dai 7 ai 10 years

By Leonardo Zaccone – FabLab Ostiense

For info and reservations write to info@rgblightfest.com

Link Zoom to participate in the workshop

Light and interactivity: design and physical computing

Light and interactivity: design and physical computing

Workshop

Intensive three-meeting workshop aimed at those who want to deepen light design and digital art.

Lesson 1: Interactive process theory

Lesson 2: Lights, sensors and arduino

Lesson 3: Light, wereable and artificial intelligence

 

By Leonardo Zaccone- FabLab Ostiense

 

 

Leonardo Zaccone and performer, sound & interaction designer, trainer from 0 a 99 years, digital humanist. As an artist, he focuses his research on interaction as a human and technological process. On the same push, interested in urban social processes, founded the FabLab in Rome, today Spazio Chirale, open place of technological cultural sharing. Meet people every day. He is fat before he is big. Search silence as a gift Sound.

TUESDAY 29 – H. 10:30>13:00

“LIGHT AND INTERACTIVITY: DESIGN AND PHYSICAL COMPUTING”
Lesson 2 of 3 – "Light, sensors and arduino”

By Leonardo Zaccone – FabLab Ostiense

Link Zoom to participate in the workshop

LIVE STREAMING

RGB Light Experience
Shadow Highlight 

Scratch. Video art for children

Scratch. Video art for children

Educational workshop for children

Using the block programming platform, we will carry out a short videomapping by learning to program.

 

By Leonardo Zaccone- FabLab Ostiense

 

 

Leonardo Zaccone and performer, sound & interaction designer, trainer from 0 a 99 years, digital humanist. As an artist, he focuses his research on interaction as a human and technological process. On the same push, interested in urban social processes, founded the FabLab in Rome, today Spazio Chirale, open place of technological cultural sharing. Meet people every day. He is fat before he is big. Search silence as a gift Sound.

TUESDAY 29 – H. 15:00>17:30

“SCRATCH. VIDEOART FOR CHILDREN”
Educational workshop for children dai 10 ai 13 years

By Leonardo Zaccone – FabLab Ostiense

For info and reservations write to info@rgblightfest.com

Link Zoom to participate in the workshop

Light and interactivity: design and physical computing

Light and interactivity: design and physical computing

Workshop

Intensive three-meeting workshop aimed at those who want to deepen light design and digital art.

Lesson 1: Interactive process theory

Lesson 2: Lights, sensors and arduino

Lesson 3: Light, wereable and artificial intelligence

 

By Leonardo Zaccone- FabLab Ostiense

 

 

Leonardo Zaccone and performer, sound & interaction designer, trainer from 0 a 99 years, digital humanist. As an artist, he focuses his research on interaction as a human and technological process. On the same push, interested in urban social processes, founded the FabLab in Rome, today Spazio Chirale, open place of technological cultural sharing. Meet people every day. He is fat before he is big. Search silence as a gift Sound.

WEDNESDAY 30 – H. 10:30>13:00

“LIGHT AND INTERACTIVITY: DESIGN AND PHYSICAL COMPUTING "
Lesson 3 of 3 – "Light, wearable and artificial intelligence "

By Leonardo Zaccone – FabLab Ostiense

Link Zoom to participate in the workshop

LIVE STREAMING

RGB Light Experience
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