interactive video installation
variable dimensions

Six artists, selected by the City of Milan in collaboration with Milan ARCI, have worked together to create TouchStories for the workshop by Studio Azzurro, 2011.

TouchStories presents a series of stories that are rooted in contemporary reality of the Mediterranean.
The work aims to merge one of the oldest traditions of storytelling - the oral storytelling - in a contemporary language, based on interactive multimedia technology. The public has an active role in the process of creating tales: the actions, choices and behaviors determine the development of these collective histories.

Artists: Isabella Mara (visual arts); Camilla Monga (dance), Serena Porrati (visual arts); Mariagiulia Serantoni (dance), Domenico Stranieri (guitarist and composer of electronic music), Serena Zordini (photography)

XV Biennale de la Méditerranée. Thessaloniki October 2011
Arrivi e Partenze 2012. Mediterraneo, Ancona July 2012
Disorder Event, World Event Young Artists-WEYA, Nottingham, September 2012
Disorder, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano, November 2012


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