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Atto Belloli Ardessi

http://www.futurdome.org/

Via Giovanni Paisiello 6, Milano, Italy
Architect Atto Belloli Ardessi is currently the artistic director of Isisuf, international institute of studies on futurism, an organization that is based on the futurist experience, anticipating contemporary art trends. He carries out critical activity in the field of modern, contemporary and design plastic arts, curating exhibitions, essays and monographs. He’s a lecturer at the Milan Polytechnic and the IED - European Design Institute, where he worked on visual communication methodologies.

FuturDome


A museum living

FuturDome


A museum living
FuturDome is an independent museum voted to enhance contemporary arts in an historical palace.
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As pivotal testing ground for architectural heritage renovation, FuturDome combines conservation interventions, advanced technological solutions and artistic incursions. The project occupies twenty-one un-finished flats that originally hosted the latest members of the Futurism Movement. Nowadays, in a meta-historical vision, FuturDome is inhabited not only by artworks and exhibitions, but also by residents that interact with projects also in common spaces, within the historical building. In such perspective, FuturDome matches art issues, installations and sculptural elements with domestic unities, publicly available to the citizenry. Thus, FuturDome rethinks how architecture could impact on public art, creating non-mediated connections between different audiences (residents, authors, cultural institutions). FuturDome enhances a new idea of environmental intimacy, amplifying contemporary practices in a city which could be re-read as a collective oeuvre.



Archipensieri, installation view, Gianni Pettena, Apr. 2018

Non Linear Spatial Normalizations, installation view, Ricardo Carioba, Obt. 2019

The Habit Of Foreign Sky, installation view, Guglielmo Castelli, Sept. 2016

Guido Van Der Werve, installation view, Autosacramental, Feb. 2018

Benoit Ménard, installation view, Outer Space, Apr. 2017

FuturDome


A museum living

FuturDome


A museum living
FuturDome is an independent museum voted to enhance contemporary arts in an historical palace.
File under
Type of project
  • Site-specific cases

As pivotal testing ground for architectural heritage renovation, FuturDome combines conservation interventions, advanced technological solutions and artistic incursions. The project occupies twenty-one un-finished flats that originally hosted the latest members of the Futurism Movement. Nowadays, in a meta-historical vision, FuturDome is inhabited not only by artworks and exhibitions, but also by residents that interact with projects also in common spaces, within the historical building. In such perspective, FuturDome matches art issues, installations and sculptural elements with domestic unities, publicly available to the citizenry. Thus, FuturDome rethinks how architecture could impact on public art, creating non-mediated connections between different audiences (residents, authors, cultural institutions). FuturDome enhances a new idea of environmental intimacy, amplifying contemporary practices in a city which could be re-read as a collective oeuvre.



Archipensieri, installation view, Gianni Pettena, Apr. 2018

Non Linear Spatial Normalizations, installation view, Ricardo Carioba, Obt. 2019

The Habit Of Foreign Sky, installation view, Guglielmo Castelli, Sept. 2016

Guido Van Der Werve, installation view, Autosacramental, Feb. 2018

Benoit Ménard, installation view, Outer Space, Apr. 2017


Idea by

Atto Belloli Ardessi
Via Giovanni Paisiello 6
Milano
Italy
Architect Atto Belloli Ardessi is currently the artistic director of Isisuf, international institute of studies on futurism, an organization that is based on the futurist experience, anticipating contemporary art trends. He carries out critical activity in the field of modern, contemporary and design plastic arts, curating exhibitions, essays and monographs. He’s a lecturer at the Milan Polytechnic and the IED - European Design Institute, where he worked on visual communication methodologies.