Science for All
The Science talk Zero-Km Wonder is introduced by Professor Marnie Campagnaro and lead by Massimiliano Tappari, photographer, writer, and Andersen prize-winner as a protagonist of children’s culture.
You know those interminable slide shows of neighbours returning from a holiday in an exotic country? That’s how Stupore a km zero works, but it only lasts half an hour and tells of a journey among the objects in the house, in the courtyard, in the lawn around the corner. Stupore a km zero is made up of simple and surprising images that come together before our eyes to lightly and ironically discover small hidden stories. Everyday things will become art, art will become everyday things.
A way to approach the installations of the exhibition “The eye at play” at Palazzo del Bo and the Botanical Garden, thanks to the collaboration between the University and the Cariparo Foundation.
Design of the Science talk “Zero-Km Wonder”
Illustrazione © di Emmanuelle Houdart, tratta da E. Houdart, Rifugi, #logosedizioni, 2015