Until 31 October it is possible to visit two installations at the University, from the exhibition by Interni Energy For Creativity. A Dream for Tomorrow. Looking to the Past to Invent the Future.
The installation Future Flowers, a project by Daniel Libeskind, occupies the entire central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It is based on a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red panels. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paints and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Libeskind has developed a range of new colors.
The Copper Labyrinth, a project by Bart Van Heesch and Emile Kroner of Look Into My Eyes Studios with The European Copper Institute, is composed of a tube of 100% recycled copper of almost 250 meters, polished by hand and sand-blasted, and then curved to form waves. Positioned in the Cortile dei Bagni, it covers an area of 100 m2, tracing a concentric design on the ground.
The installations are on view from Monday to Friday, 8.30-18.30 (Saturday until 18.00 – closed on Sundays).