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Summer Camps

Form 9 June to 2 July 2021

For children aged 7 to 11

From 9 June to 2 July, Pirelli HangarBicocca offered two courses that draw inspiration from Neïl Beloufa’s Digital Mourning exhibition to explore the languages of cinema and storytelling.

With her Miss and Mister Tolmen’s mysterious journey to the edge of reality, the visual artist Rachele Maistrello takes the young participants on a journey to discover the Bicocca district, creating a dialogue between reality and the digital world with the use of emoticons, avatars and virtual images.
With Tales from the future, the director duo Kinonauts creates short science fiction films with children and young people, helping them create costumes, props, sets and scripts.

9-10-11 June 2021: Miss and Mister Tolmen’s mysterious journey to the edge of reality with Rachele Maistrello
14-18 June21-25 June28 June-2 July 2021Tales from the future with the Kinonauts

“Trough matter”

Saturday 5 June 2021, 11AM
Designed and led by the dancers Umberto Gesi and Roberta Piazza

Workshop for children aged 6 to 10

Guided by the dancers Umberto Gesi and Roberta Piazza, let’s have fun exploring and discovering Chen Zhen’s installations, with fun activities involving dance and movement. We’ll go on a multi-stage journey and take inspiration from the elements in the installations and from the space they are in, reinterpreting our ideas, emotions and memories through our bodies.

Umberto Gesi (b. Lodi, 1988) is a dancer graduated in Cultural Heritage Sciences from the University of Milan and he is intrigued by a variety of forms of artistic expression and he works as a freelance on a number of projects: his most recent is the performance/activation of Jue Chang, Dancing Body – Drumming Mind (The Last Song), a work by Chen Zhen for Pirelli HangarBicocca, Fuori Margine for the 2019 edition of the Autunno Danza festival in Cagliari, Granelli di Cosmo for the DEOS company, and E-dAncity for Politecnico di Milano University. As a performer, he works with the companies Naturalis Labor of Vicenza, Anonima Teatri and Cie Twain of Tuscania.

Roberta Piazza started her professional studies in contemporary dance at Artichoke Formazione Danza Ricerca in Milan and continued with the Deos company, which she then joined. At the same time, she performed in Sharon Fridman’s Naked Feet at the Oriente Occidente festival in Rovereto. Since 2019 she has been dancing for the Naturalis Labor company and has recently worked with Cafelulè Danza Verticale, Feelrouge Worldwide Shows, and Pirelli HangarBicocca, activating Jue Chang, Dancing Body – Drumming Mind (The Last Song), a work by Chen Zhen.

“Mystery and discovery on a journey to the edge of reality”

Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 June 2021, from 3 PM
Designed and conducted by the artist Rachele Maistrello

Workshop for children aged 6 and over and their families

Can a face hide a universe? Can a bench become a time portal? Every so often it can, if you have the right tools. The giant silhouettes created by Rachele Maistrello and those made by participants in the workshop allow us to build stories and tales, together with the artist, that have a moment and a turning point at each new encounter with people both inside and outside the Museum. The idea is for everyone to come together and create an open narrative, a game in which a fantastical world will look out into everyday life, discovering universes that no one even imagined.

Rachele Maistrello (b. Conegliano, 1986) is an Italian artist who studied at the IUAV in Venice, at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts in Paris and at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK) in Zurich. Her work feeds on microcosms, little marginal stories and rediscovered rituals, through the use of photography, performance, written texts and websites. In 2020 she won the Premio Graziadei, the Art4future prize of Unicredit, and she was artist in residence at MAMbo (Nuovo Forno del Pane).

“STORY-GAME: create your own story!“

Sunday 20 June 2021, from 11AM to 12.30PM and from 3 to 6PM
Designed and conducted by the writer Francesco Gungui

Workshop for children aged 6 and over and their families

Ready to play? Together with the writer Francesco Gungui, watch your story come to life and play with your characters’ cards. How? Imagine you’re an archaeologist and you’ve just discovered a city hidden beneath the desert. Here it is: the desert is a great blank sheet, and the city is the story beneath it. The felt-tip markers are your shovel, pickaxe, brush and palette. But that’s not all! Because the characters in your story become playing cards and, when the workshop is over, you can take them home with you!

Francesco Gungui (b. Milan, 1980) is a writer and the author of numerous novels, having published more than 20 books in Italy and abroad. In 2020 and 2021 he published the Jack Pigòn series of adventures (Giunti) for elementary school children, and for the past year he has been engaged in a digital tour on MEET with schools throughout Italy. A passionate narrator, an improviser-cook, and a failed painter, he loves playing with stories and passing on his passion to others. He lives in Milan with his wife and two children, aged 6 and 8, who are his inspiration and invaluable assistants.

“A Web of Stories”

Sunday 27 June 2021, from 11AM to 12.30PM and from 3 to 6PM
Designed and conducted by the illustrator Marco Zambelli

Workshop for children aged 6 and over and their families

The illustrator Marco Zambelli holds a workshop for children and families in which everyone’s drawing mingles and fits together with those of others, creating a collective story with unpredictable outcomes. The workshop is like a big game: no one knows how their story will end and everything can change as a new drawing is added, but with Zambelli’s expert guidance each work becomes a fundamental piece of the tale, influencing the next drawing to create a picture story that’s waiting to be discovered!

Marco Zambelli (b. Bergamo, 1992) is an illustrator who has worked for publishing houses (Gribaudo, Mondadori, Hachette, Smemoranda) and for television (Mediaset Group), as well as a designer for event agencies (Disney/Marvel Italia, Librerie Giunti, Samsung). From 2017 to 2019 he put on courses and workshops for WOW Museo del Fumetto in Milan and for several schools in the province. Since 2019 he has been responsible for the courses for young people at the Milan branch of the Scuola Internazionale di Comics.

“Mystery and discovery on a journey to the edge of reality”

Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 July 2021, from 4 PM
Designed and conducted by the artist Rachele Maistrello

Workshop for children aged 6 and over and their families

Can a face hide a universe? Can a bench become a time portal? Every so often it can, if you have the right tools. The giant silhouettes created by Rachele Maistrello and those made by participants in the workshop allow us to build stories and tales, together with the artist, that have a moment and a turning point at each new encounter with people both inside and outside the Museum. The idea is for everyone to come together and create an open narrative, a game in which a fantastical world will look out into everyday life, discovering universes that no one even imagined.

Rachele Maistrello (b. Conegliano, 1986) is an Italian artist who studied at the IUAV in Venice, at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts in Paris and at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK) in Zurich. Her work feeds on microcosms, little marginal stories and rediscovered rituals, through the use of photography, performance, written texts and websites. In 2020 she won the Premio Graziadei, the Art4future prize of Unicredit, and she was artist in residence at MAMbo (Nuovo Forno del Pane).

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