This is one of those events, where you just have to leave the original event description. Not because it is so great, but because it is so artificially complex that only a rare breed of people can think it is helpful to promote a cultural event:
“Italian life and culture are filled with objects that cross, accompany, facilitate or disrupt experience, desires, and dreams. Yet in spite of their ubiquity, theoretical engagement in the Italian context is still underdeveloped.
Paolo Bartoloni investigates four typologies – the fictional, migrant, multicultural/transnational, and the artificial – to hypothesise that the ability to treat things as partners of emotional and creative expression creates a sense of identity predicated on inclusivity, openness, care, and attention.”
Admission is free, but booking is required via the website below.