Stefano Mirti triennale
Domus Academy students were invited to participate in 999: A Collection of Questions on Contemporary Living, an exhibition conceived and curated by Stefano Mirti for the Triennale di Milano.
The students were tasked with answering the question, “What is the relationship between food and domestic spaces?” The result was “SHARE EAT: Experiencing creative domestic spaces,” five installations/performances that present five contemporary and innovative portraits of the relationship between living and food.
What is 999
999: A Collection of Questions on Contemporary Living consists of a series of questions about the places of our lives, illustrating the theme of housing as we have never seen it before. The exhibition is a sweeping investigation of the concept of house and home, living and dwelling, on the borderline between the physical and digital worlds. It is an innovative, wide-ranging, collaborative, and ever-changing exhibition that will evolve in space and time.
Visitors will embark on an authentic journey through the home of a future that has become the present, moving from one room to another and personally interacting with a series of new ways of living.
999: A Collection of Questions on Contemporary Living
Curated by Stefano Mirti
January 12 – April 2, 2018
La Triennale di Milano
Students analysed the impact of humans on nature and then realised a roaming space where all data collected.