Studio Roma
27 February 2014

Art, Knowledge, Education

The presentation of Studio Roma has been an opportunity in which to open to the city and to discuss institutions in the crisis and formative practices of the crisis. A debate that involves many protagonists of contemporary art, the universities as well as of non-academic experiments, the players of the world of cultural production and its research centers, the foundations and libraries. Multiple positions to imagine institutions in the renewal of accepted rules, and to cross the field of knowledge and its practices in an unprecedented way. What kind of knowledge can enrich the capacity of shared and individual experience? Where can we record the upheaval in the formats of educational and research activities? How can we put institutional practices and rules to the test? With these questions, Studio Roma launches a discussion with the city to reflect on the shared and irreversible necessities of our time.

Thursday 27 February
Istituto Svizzero di Roma - 18.30



Cecilia Canziani, co-director Fondazione Nomas

Stefano Chiodi, teaches Art History, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, co-director of

Antonio Manconi, Libera Università Metropolitana – LUM

Giacomo Marramao, teaches Political Philosophy, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Scientific Director of Fondazione Basso, Rome

Anna Mattirolo, Director MAXXI arte – Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo, Rome

Luana Perilli, Artist, teaches at Cornell University, Rome

Cesare Pietroiusti, Artist, teaches at IUAV, Venice

Massimo Prampolini, teaches Semiotics, Università di Salerno

Paolo Vinci, teaches Philosophy, Università di Roma La Sapienza, Member of scientific committee IISF – Scuola di Roma

Gallery: Debate and Studio Roma presentation
Interview with Giacomo Marramao

Interview with Cesare Pietroiusti

Interview with Paolo Vinci

Interview with Toni Hildebrandt

Interview with Antonio Manconi