Turin – Thursday, October 27, the inauguration of NESXT, the festival of independent artistic production centers, with this first edition dedicated to the Italian scene will take place. Diogene Project is participating as one of the off circuit spaces, opening the doors of its tram at the roundabout between Corso Regio Parco and Corso Verona, in the Aurora neighborhood of Turin.
On this occasion, the artist Tea Andreoletti, the winner of the Diogene Bivaccourbano_R 2016 grant, will present her research project to the general public.
Her project is dedicated to convivial practices through the recovery of the ancient figure of the Symposiarch. Every week a few guests will be welcomed to the tram to sit together and enjoy some wine knowingly mixed with water. This practice is conducive to being together, meeting people, and simply sharing an experience.
The Symposiarch sitting room will be presented to the public and Tea will be there to talk about her project.
Thursday, October 27, 6 -10 pm