In Milan and on Google Arts & Culture to discover the underground art scene in Berlin. From September 28th an exhibition on alternative spaces for contemporary art, international artists and the Noiselab in Teufelsberg.
In the heart of the historic center of Milan, Giovanni Morassutti presents the online exhibition on Art Aia - La dolce Berlin during the event 5VIE D'N'A - Design and Art for a Better World, a program produced by 5VIE that has been working for years as a creative hub telling the identity and enhancing the historic center of Milan. Giovanni Morassutti, actor and director transplanted for years in Berlin and soon on the set of Fra due battiti alongside Remo Girone, will talk about the projects related to his international residency for artists Art Aia - Creatives / In / Residence, in Friuli Venezia Giulia recently joined Google Arts & Culture, the technological platform developed by Google to promote and preserve online culture.
Thanks to this collaboration the actor and cultural entrepreneur together with his collaborators has also been able to create an online exhibition on Art Aia - La Dolce Berlin, the German branch of the center of Friuli Venezia Giulia. The exhibition traces the work of many artists who have exhibited in the space as well as offering users an overview of Berlin's independent art scene and its alternative spaces. Musicians of the caliber of Japanese composer Yukio Tsuji, visual and conceptual artists, illustrators, photographers and directors have joined this interesting initiative that thanks to Google´s technologies reveals extraordinary details far beyond what is visible to the naked eye. the exhibition will also tell about other Berlin spaces such as the Institut fur alle mogliche and the concerts of the Tiefgarage Köln stage at the NOISELAB in Teufelsberg. As stated by the actor and director Giovanni Morassutti :
"I am thrilled to have been invited to this fantastic festival in Milan and I feel lucky to collaborate with Google Arts & Culture. Berlin is a city where art is considered a value and is respected and supported. I´m very happy to tell this story, which in part also represents my journey. I thank all the artists who have embraced the project with enthusiasm. After all, together we can try to change the world, and I´m also happy to collaborate with Google sharing its mission to organize information worldwide and make it universally accessible to everyone. I believe it's a big step towards an open and transparent society".