THE TOMORROW INSTALLATION AT THE 14TH VENICE BIENNIAL
July 5th- November 23rd, 2014
14th International Exhibition of Architecture in Venice
the Tomorrow and New Narrative for Europe projects are presented within
the 14th International Exhibition of Architecture through an installation in the
“Monditalia” exhibition at the Corderie.
theTomorrow, is a daily web journal that reports the untiring generation of ideas, events, conversations that unite the thinkers who live in the mental and geographical space of Europe.
theTomorrow encourages the narration of Europe, lived by its inhabitants as a single large polycentric city.
theTomorrow comprises a calendar of all the most interesting and innovative European cultural events, and a public exchange of letters among thinkers.
theTomorrow involves a network of more than fifty Universities of Art, Architecture and Cultural Heritage from all over the world.
theTomorrow is a project by: Lorenza Baroncelli, Stefano Boeri, Maddalena Bregani, Tommaso Sacchi, Pier Paolo Tamburelli.
Folder (Marco Ferrari and Elisa Pasqual, with Marina Mangiat)
Rappresentanza in Italia della Commissione Europea/New Narrative for Europe; Matera 2019/Capitale europea della Cultura; 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art
Presented at the Biennale di Venezia by:
Hans Ulrich Obrist and Lorenza Baroncelli
In collaboration with:
Michele Brunello, Juan Andrés Gaitán, Joseph Grima, Ana Hidalgo, Justin McGuirk, Gianluigi Ricuperati, Michael Schindhelm and Renato Soru
Project management consultant:
Lucia De Rienzo
Based on an idea by:
Stefano Boeri and Pier Paolo Tamburelli
Solari di Udine
Technology provided by:
New Narrative for Europe is an initiative designed to connect people living in Europe to the European integration project via the arts and sciences. It provides a platform in which artists, authors, filmmakers, scientists, cultural practitioners and engaged citizens can share their views on and for the development of a European social imaginary and public space of debate, both of which are essential for solidarity and the democratic process, and are enshrined as such in the first document to emerge from this platform, the declaration ‘The Mind and Body of Europe’. Today, more and more people working in every field of culture see little distinction between their spaces and the spaces of politics and everyday life. New Narrative for Europe is an attempt to channel this integrative ethos and to bring its underlying premises to bear on the urgent discussions already under way about the future of
New Narrative for Europe is a project proposed by the European Parliament and implemented by the European Commission with the endorsement of its president, José Manuel Barroso. It is steered by a Cultural Committee composed by the following members:
Kathrin Deventer, Paul Dujardin, Olafur Eliasson, Rose Fenton, Cristina Iglesias, Michal Kleiber, György Konrad, Rem Koolhaas, Yorgos Loukos, Peter Matjasic, Jonathan Mills, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Plantu, Sneska Quaedvlieg-Mihailovic, Thomas Sedlacek and Luisa Taveira
Emiliano Battista, Frederic Meseeuw and Nicola Setari
filmed and edited: Daniele Zacchi