Three Stations for art-science

Word by Jessica Stella
October 20, 2021

From October 12, 2021, to February 27, 2022, Rome’s Palazzo delle Esposizioni will host, in collaboration with numerous public institutions, “Three Stations for Art-Science”, a wide-ranging project seen from three different points of view: the historical The Science of Rome: past, present, and future of a city; the artistic T Zero; and the contemporary scientific research Uncertainty: interpreting the present, predicting the future.

The Azienda Speciale Palaexpo aims to promote the participation of different types of public, to mix different skills, and in general to overcome the very notion of “exhibition” going towards an experience that combines the exhibition aspect with the educational and performing one. So these exhibitions will be accompanied by a wide calendar of workshops, conferences, events, and film retrospectives together with a rich digital program.

The project as a whole was triggered by the desire to intervene in the contemporary debate on the relationship between science and society than climate change and the pandemic have thrust into the spotlight.

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