Itinerant workshop inspired by art and landscape
September 12th, 2020 - from 10.00 to 12.00
Landscape is a complex system of systems, natural and man-made, which tend to balance. Although this is a scientific concept, the sensibility of many artists grasps and returns this theory to us. The city of Bergamo is a splendid example of this complex system with almost intact natural environments on the hills, ecological corridors along the edges, a precious historic city in the Upper Town and a contemporary city in transformation in the Lower Town.
The laboratory proposes a walk to understand what the elements that build the urban landscape are, everyone could look for his own path and feeling, tracing his own colourful walkway, between views, perspectives and points of view. A travel notebook will be created, with sketches, thoughts and matter.
Project by: Alberta Colombo
landscape architect and museum educator in GAMeC. She loves trees, leaves, seasonal colours and to touch materials, recognize their texture and smell them.
Target: children from 9 to 12 years old.