MACC Alumna Susanna Bianchini is curating a multi-disciplinary show that combines art, design and solar energy.
Date: 26 March 2014
MACC Alumna Susanna Bianchini is curating a multi-disciplinary show that combines art, design and solar energy. Two established artists, Alice Anderson and Mariella Bettineschi, have been invited to create a site-specific installation for a designer solar lamp installed in a public park in Bergamo (Italy), where Susanna now lives. The aim is to create temporary public art (in line with The Bay Window Project) and raise awareness on the efficiency of solar energy, which is not fully used in Italy.
SybinQ Art Projects also created a contest for an emerging artist: the winning project will receive 500 Euros and the chance to be included in the show along with the established artists Alice Anderson and Mariella Bettineschi.
Read more about this project: lightingmoodscontest.com
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