Diachronic Visions: worlds in dialogue between natural ecosystems and contemporary digital art.
The last appointment of the Diachronic Visions exhibition concludes the journey with the Iranian artist Nazgol Ansarinia, who will present her work Fragments, Particles and the Mechanisms of Growth.
The artist investigates the urban landscape by studying the impact of architecture on the use of public space and social relations. In her works – in the form of videos, installations and sculptures – real and artificial space interpenetrate in a fascinating way.
A Volvo project coordinated by BAM – Biblioteca degli Alberi Milano and MNAD Museo Nazionale di Arte Digitale (National Digital Art Museum).
Visit the BAM website to participate.
The event scheduled for Wednesday 15.11 is postponed to Wednesday 22.11
- Volvo Studio Milano Viale della liberazione ang, Via Melchiorre Gioia