What is the hidden and unknown power of creativity? Which role can design play in a world that seems to be shaken by increasing uncertainty, insecurity, and unpredictability? How can design contribute to new models of sustainable progress? And might design even function as a beacon for new mindset leading the way to a different future?
These are only some of the questions that will be discussed in the round-table (Un)known Power of Design within the German Pavilion at 23rd Triennale Milano International Exhibition “Unknown Unknowns. An Introduction to Mysteries” in Milan (The German Pavilion at the 23rd Triennale Milano International Exhibition is convened by Red Forest on a commission from the Goethe-Institut Mailand and supported by the German Federal Foreign Office. Media Partner Radio Raheem Milan and reboot.fm Berlin. Pavilion Design David Muñoz-Alcántara, Production Andrea Angeli Architetto. Grafic Design UAU Studio.)
Moreover, the round-table will offer a platform for key players from institutions, universities, politics, industries, and associations for an engaging dialogue in the field of cultural and creative industries between Italy and Germany in the EU contest and with a focus on next generations.
The initiative is realised by Villa Vigoni, the German-Italian Centre for the European Dialogue as part of the IMPACT project financed by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research , in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Mailand, filename.one, Triennale Milano and with the media partnership of nomad magazine.