ExpoAction – Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
The ExpoAction “Infinite Creativity for a Finite World” aims to highlight the unique capacity of design to actively engage in the co-construction of a desirable future and to research, reveal and highlight modest and sober practices whose resilience has been proven over time.
Visit the expo at: www.infinitecreativityfiniteworld.com.
The ExpoAction invites you to dive into a plurality of Actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed in the long term development of collective creative projects revealing the power of social bonds.
Starting from socially, politically and economically vulnerable, complex and conflicting situations, ExpoAction shows the capacity of co-design to direct the infinite creativity of each individual towards more responsible, concrete and restorative Actions that respect the fragility of the human being, the living and the finiteness of the planet by building a more sustainable relationship to the others, to time and space, to the environment and, more generally, to the world.
It may seem almost anachronistic and absurd to have dared an exhibition based on the principle of Action in a world paralysed by the health crisis, by the very Action of a microscopic organism. Yet it is precisely in this context that many of us have been able to measure the interdependence that links us to each other and the fundamental value of common Actions in solving conflictual situations.
Now it’s tima that these necessary and respectful Actions for the human and the living, co-initiated by international designers and artists and the students of the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs, will be explored, questioned, modulated and shared… ad infinitum!
Actors : Alexia Venot, Andrea De Chirico, Anne Fischer, Atelier 21, Carmen Bouyer, Caroline Grellier, Dach & Zephyr, Eugenia Morpurgo, Fleur Moreau, Florence Doleac, Stu-dio, Marginal Studio, Maureen Barbette, Nicolas Vershaeve, Orizzontale pour Lungomare, Pantopicon, Polimi DESIS Lab, Simon Ballen Botero, Stéphane Verlet Botero et Hamedine Kane, Talking Hands
Produced by the ENSAD, Paris, “Infinite Creativity for a finite world” is part of the European research project “From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture” (Creative Europe 4Cs www.4cs-conflict-conviviality.eu), curated by Anna Bernagozzi, which aims to explore the potential of culture and creativity as creative solutions to reflect on, deal with and solve emerging forms of con