This led us to Gilles Clement’s Manifesto del Terzo Paesaggio:
- Teach not-doing as well as doing
- Consider non-organization as a vital principle which every organization crosses by flashes of life
- Move closer to reality with wonder
- Consider the planetary mix, the third landscape, as an engine of evolution
- Teach evolution engines as you teach languages, the sciences, the arts ..
- Consider the planetary dimension
- Present the Third landscape not as an asset but as a common space of the future
- Conserve or encourage diversity through permissible practices of non-organization
- Project the organization of the territory as a large and permeable mesh
- Create as many doors as necessary for the communication between fragments
- Facilitate the recognition of the third landscape with the usual measurement by eye. Learn to name beings
- Think of limits as having depth and not as a distance
- Accept margins as an area of research on riches born from the meeting between different environments
- Elevate unproductiveness until it reaches political authority
- Enhancing the biological growth and development, as opposed to economic growth and development
- Protect the places affected by belief as an essential area for the wandering spirit
- Don’t wait: observe each day
The strength of the wild, the bursting of the green, the unstoppable and indomitable overflow of Nature.
moBLArte puts these thoughts at the base of its own design dedicated to children and adults, in the idea of bringing them to name and recognize the wild, proposing experiences that can have as a theme the formless and its richness as well as the strength of the infiltrator, of the one who breaks the structure.
The project is characterized by an area dedicated to children in the 0-36 month age group, an atelier area and a collective installation area. The collective installation will remain the same for all the events, it will simply grow as participants add their contributions to develop it. The workshops for children will be held on the two weekends. (10th-11th and 17th-18th September).