Collaborative Effects: A symposium

Design, Inhabitation, Play: Piero Gilardi in the context of Arte Povera

Piero Gilardi’s exhibition, Collaborative Effects, took place at Nottingham Contemporary in 2013. This short symposium addresses Piero Gilardi’s relationship with the Arte Povera movement, radical design, and socially engaged practices.

Speakers include:

Robert Lumley, Professor of Italian History, UCL on Habitable Art: In and Around Piero Gilardi

Teresa Kittler, PhD Candidate, Art History, UCL on Living Sculpture and the Art of Living

Catharine Rossi, Senior Lecturer, Design History, Kingston University on Playing with the Povera: Connections between Art, Architecture and Design in 1970s Italy